Bryant caught all four of his targets for 49 yards in Sunday's 31-21 win over the Texans.

Bryant was a forgotten man Week 1, slipping behind David Njoku in terms of snaps and targets, but the second-year tight end was more involved in the win over Houston. His first catch was a 29-yard grab that put the Browns in business at Houston's six-yard line, setting up their first score. In terms of snaps, Bryant (31) was on the field fewer times than Njoku (36), but he had the greater impact. The position group as a whole was busy, leading the team with 12 targets, as wide receiver Jarvis Landry lasted only two plays before injuring his MCL. Landry joined the inactive Odell Beckham (knee) on the sidelines, leaving Cleveland without its top two receivers. Landry is expected to miss multiple games, and if Beckham's unable to play next Sunday against the Bears, Bryant and the tight ends may be relied on heavily once again.

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