Browns receiver Travis Benjamin did it all in Sunday's 28-14 home-opening win over the Tennessee Titans. Benjamin scored three of Cleveland's four touchdowns on the day, two on long passes from quarterback Johnny Manziel.
On the Browns' first series, Benjamin got behind Titans corner Coty Sensabaugh before hauling in a 60-yard deep ball to put Cleveland up 7-0.
Then just before halftime, Benjamin went untouched taking a punt 78 yards to the house, hurdling over Titans punter Brett Kern in the process to give Cleveland a 21-0 lead.
After Tennessee closed the gap to 21-14, Benjamin helped the Browns seal the game with a 50-yard strike from Manziel. Manziel scrambled to his left to extend the play before finding a Benjamin on a deep post for the touchdown with 2:52 remaining.
Benjamin finished 269 total yards on the day. He had three catches for 115 yards while adding 154 on six punt returns. All of this came on the heels of last week's 54-yard scoring toss from Manziel to Benjamin against the Jets, giving Benjamin three touchdown receptions, matching his 2014 total.