No. 1: Two records in one vs Kansas City, 2009
No matter what way you look at it, the two things that Cribbs did in this game are not likely to be repeated in history ever again; break the NFL kickoff return record and return two 100+ yard kickoffs in the same game.
In the midst of all of Cribbs’ huge performances and big-time plays, the Browns were known to be a team that would struggle to win. There is nothing better than a historical performance that happens in the same game the team comes out with a W.
In this case, the Cribbs and the Browns were able to do so, with the Browns taking this game in Kansas City by a final score of 41-34.
Cribbs’ first return in this game was a beautiful 100-yard return, a classic one. Making defenders miss and turning on the jets in the open field to make the coverage team of the Chiefs look absolutely silly.
The second return of this game? a 103-yard beauty where he was barely touched on his journey to the end zone for the second time on the day.
This game is certainly one that Cribbs himself will never forget, along with the fans who got to celebrate their number one return man breaking two records in one game.
As Cribbs will without a doubt go down as one of the most electric players in Browns history, going back and rewatching just how deadly he was as a return man will always be an exciting thing to do when you are missing Browns football.