The obvious choice to receive the '"Dawg Bone" on offense is the only player who put up any significant statistical numbers.
Of course, it is the third overall selection in this year's entry draft, Trent Richardson.
In a sloppy afternoon that had the punters receive plenty of camera time, Richardson rebounded from his disappointing outing in a loss at Indianapolis in a huge way.
Still nursing a rib/chest injury, the former Alabama rusher exploded with a career high 122-yard performance on 24 carries to lead the Browns to their second straight home win. He also topped his season yards per carry average by 50 percent, finishing up with an average of 5.1.
More importantly Richardson scored the game's only touchdown. However, it was the way he scored that should give Cleveland fans reason to smile.
On what turned out to be a 26-yard burst, T-Rich broke a pair of tackles and was pushed to freedom by his linemen. This was the bruising, cutting, ferocious back that the Browns expected.
"He was the spark we needed," quarterback Brandon Weeden remarked, courtesy of The Plain Dealer's Terry Pluto.
Imagine when he finally becomes injury free.
In his postgame press conference, Richardson commented on how being sat a week ago gave him extra motivation coming in and that he needed to play better.
Another six days to heal further and a growing confidence means bad news for next Sunday's opponents, the Baltimore Ravens.
*Fist Bump goes to guard Shawn Lauvao.
Offensive linemen often don't get the love they deserve and Lauvao's effort certainly warrants a mention.
He was the big body shoving Trent Richardson out of traffic to clear to the endzone and yelling "GO GO!" on his TD gallop.
The Hawaii native used his running back as a battering ram again later in the matchup as he bulldozed Richardson to an important first down.