Cleveland Browns hit with injury woes on Christmas Eve game.

Kicker Dustin Hopkins injured his hamstring during a 98-yard kickoff return.

Punter Corey Bojorquez also got injured, leaving Browns in a tough spot.

Browns had to go for it on fourth downs and attempt two-point conversions without a kicker.

The team's head coach, Kevin Stefanski, unsure about the extent of Hopkins' injury.

Hopkins had an impressive season, knocking in 33-of-36 field goal attempts.

Limited options available for the Browns to find a replacement kicker.

Robbie Gould considered, but he's recently said he's retired.

Browns face a short week and need to make a quick decision before their next game against the New York Jets.