A pair of amazing, athletic catches headlined Week 5's Top 10 "Performance Moments of the Week" presented by Bridgestone. But there could only be one.
No other touchdown in Travis Benjamin's short career meant as much as the 4-yarder he hauled in Sunday. The Cleveland Browns, down 28-3 at one point to the Tennessee Titans, posted a furious comeback in the second half. Benjamin's grab from Brian Hoyer completed the biggest road comeback in NFL history.
At No. 2, Cowboys stud wide receiver Dez Bryant takes home the honors. After a missed Dan Bailey field goal in regulation and a stop against Houston's defense, Dallas needed just a field goal to win its fourth straight game. Enter Bryant, taking Texans cornerback Jonathan Joseph one-on-one down the left sideline. Though Tony Romo was walloped by D.J. Swearinger, he managed to toss a powerful enough ball to Bryant. It looks great each time we watch it.
Also making the countdown: Brandon Lloyd leaped over Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith for another leaping catch to his repertoire. ... Terrance Williams was on the receiving end of a tremendous Romo throw resulting in six. ... Peyton Manning made history as the second quarterback with 500 touchdown tosses on his resume.