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By the numbers: A breakdown of Travis Benjamin's historic performance

Our coverage of Travis Benjamin's big day was extensive, but there's always room for more on Victory Monday.

We dove deep into the numbers this morning to give you every last detail from Benjamin's best game with the Browns.

34 - Benjamin's yards-per-catch average through two games, good for first in the NFL by 8 yards.

204 - Benjamin's receiving yards through two games, a figure that ranks fourth in the NFL. The three ahead of him? Antonio Brown, Julio Jones and Rob Gronkowski

4 - Benjamin's number of touchdowns through two games. That's good for a tie for first with Gronkowski among non-quarterbacks.

164 - Benjamin's punt return yards through two games, a total that is also best in the NFL. He had 127 last season and 257 in 2013 before suffering a knee injury.

4 - Touchdowns of more than 50 yards through two games. He's the first player in the NFL to do this since Browns legend Jim Brown in 1963.

5 - Benjamin's touchdowns vs. Tennessee in his last two games against the Titans. That's 45 percent of his career touchdowns.

269 - All-purpose yards vs. Tennessee, a figure that ranks seventh in Browns history.

154 - Benjamin's punt return yards against the Titans. That's good for third in Browns history and was 25 shy of the record he set in 2013.

3 - receiving touchdowns through two games, matching his career high for a season and the high among Browns receivers in 2014.

1 - reception that's gone for fewer than 15 yards.

1 - punt return that has gone for fewer than 10 yards, and that was a 9-yarder in Sunday's second quarter

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