2. Corey Bojorquez
A punter isn't the sexiest football position, but having a competent one is key to winning in the NFL. Fortunately, Corey Bojorquez has been exactly that for the Browns this season.
The 27-year-old special teamer, who joined Cleveland as a free agent last year, has been reliable more often than not in 2023. Bojorquez is averaging 48.1 yards per punt with a 7.4% touchback rate and has even had 10 of his kicks land inside of the opponent's 20-yard line, putting him on pace for 34 in 17 games.
For reference, the Bellflower, CA native had 23 punts pinned inside the 20-yard line last season.
Bojorquez's contributions have helped keep the Browns above .500. Between injuries and inconsistent play, Cleveland's offense has been lacking, so having a punter who can push the opposition down the field has been a blessing.
With Bojorquez hitting free agency in March, the Browns need to find a way to extend him. There's no guarantee that another punter — either from free agency or the draft — will be able to replicate his results.
Bringing him back for another season or two would send a message to the locker room that all positive contributions will be rewarded, which will only further improve team chemistry.