Higgins caught two of three targets for 19 yards during Sunday's 26-20 win over the Panthers.
Higgins played exactly half of Cleveland's offensive snaps, though his involvement remained limited. His longest catch of the day went for a 15-yard gain when Baker Mayfield found him open in the second quarter. Higgins has three touchdowns over his last six games, though Saturday's game against the Broncos will prove a tough matchup for the third-year wideout.
Higgins caught each of his four targets for 62 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 29-13 loss to the Texans.
Higgins played 33 of 57 snaps (58 percent) on offense, essentially splitting the No. 3 receiver role with Breshad Perriman, who caught two of six targets for 26 yards across 26 snaps (46 percent). Neither player poses much of a threat to Jarvis Landry or Antonio Callaway heading into a favorable Week 14 matchup with the downtrodden Carolina defense.
Higgins caught one of three targets for 24 yards during Sunday's 35-20 win over the Bengals.
Higgins played just 20 offensive snaps Sunday, as Breshad Perriman seems to have jumped over him on the depth chart. The third-year wideout from Colorado State has been productive when he healthy, though he has just two catches over the past three weeks due to his decrease in playing time.
Higgins caught a 28-yard touchdown pass with his lone target during Sunday's 28-16 win over Atlanta.
Higgins put the Browns on the board in the closing minutes of the first quarter, running a deep post and skying for a 28-yard touchdown. Higgins has missed time with a knee injury this season but has scored twice in his last three outings. Sunday showed some improvement in Cleveland's offense under new coordinator Freddie Kitchens and, in an offense without much in the way of proven targets, Higgins figures to benefit. Following the bye, the Browns take on the Bengals' bottom-rated pass defense -- surrendering a whopping 313 yards per game.
Higgins played 29 of 75 offensive snaps (39 percent) and caught three of four targets for 19 yards during Sunday's 37-21 loss to the Chiefs.
Higgins made his return after a three-game absence with an MCL sprain, though it appears the Browns were careful about overworking him during his first game back. Antonio Callaway acted as Cleveland's No. 2 receiver, though that could change if new head coach Gregg Williams and offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens favor the veteran over the rookie. In six games, Higgins has 19 receptions for 263 yards and a touchdown.
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