Now for the second time since Week 12, the Cleveland Browns are the home for the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week. First, it was Donovan Peoples-Jones bringing home the honor after returning a punt for a touchdown against the Houston Texans. Now punter Corey Bojorquez wins the award for his Week 17 performance against the Washington Commanders.
On the day, Bojorquez was asked to punt four times, mainly due to the offense failing to hit their stride until the second half. On his four punts, Bojorquez knocked down two inside the 20-yard line, averaged about 47 yards per punt, and even boomed one of 64 yards for the Browns.