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WR Josh Gordon - Cleveland Browns

6-3, 225Born: 4-13-1991College: BaylorDrafted: ---

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17 at PIT 54 0 0 0 7 4 115 0 0 11.5

Recent Game Summaries

2017 Week 17 vs PIT (7 / 4 / 115 / 0 rec)

Gordon and quarterback DeShone Kizer were finally able to connect on a few splash plays after coming close over their four previous games. Gordon wound up with his first 100-yard receiving game since the 2014 season. His biggest gain came on a 56-yard over-the-shoulder catch in the second quarter. Gordon blew by Joe Haden in coverage, forcing safety Mike Mitchell to pick him up, but it was too late. Gordon initially appeared to score a touchdown on the play but the officials reviewed it and it was found that his foot touched out of bounds at the Pittsburgh two-yard line. After picking up two catches for a combined 28 yards in the third quarter, Gordon ripped off another large gain in the fourth. He caught a short pass on a crossing route and turned upfield for a 33-yard gain. It was a great bounceback after a disappointing Week 16 game for Gordon.

2017 Week 16 vs CHI (8 / 2 / 19 / 0 rec)

Gordon and DeShone Kizer struggled to get on the same page yet again. The wide receiver looked a bit off in this game, dropping a catchable pass in the third quarter and allowing a pass breakup on another catchable ball in the fourth quarter. After the game, head coach Hue Jackson told the media that Gordon was dealing with an illness of some kind. Gordon did see an end zone target in the second quarter but he was closely covered and had no chance at making the catch. The ball shouldn't have been thrown by Kizer. Gordon was held to one catch until late in the fourth quarter when he found a soft spot in the Bears' zone coverage, tacking on an 11-yard gain.

2017 Week 15 vs BAL (11 / 5 / 47 / 0 rec)

Gordon turned in a slow game, partially due to the inaccuracy of his quarterback. He had two targets in the first quarter which were tipped at the line of scrimmage. Later in the first quarter he saw a deep target which was overthrown by DeShone Kizer. There was some incidental contact on the play but nothing to suggest a pass interference penalty should have been called. Most of Gordon's receptions were of the short to intermediate variety as he and Kizer continue to struggle to connect on anything deep. Gordon did make a nice catch in the fourth quarter on a pass which was thrown behind him.

2017 Week 14 vs GB (6 / 3 / 69 / 1 rec)

Gordon was busy on his team's first drive, catching two of his three passes. He made a 38-yard catch on the first play of the game off of a play action pass. He finished that drive with a fantastic 18-yard touchdown reception on a snatch catch. It was a tough catch that Gordon was able to hold on to. His final catch came on the first drive of the second quarter on a quick slant which he turned into a 13-yard gain. Later in the second he came close to scoring a second touchdown and probably would have had it not been for pass interference by the Packers. Gordon got a hand on a pass in the end zone and was clearly pushed before the ball got there, but no flags were thrown. In the fourth quarter it appeared he could have had another long gain but defender Davon House tripped, which in turn tripped up Gordon. Despite the slow second half, the presence of Gordon has made the Cleveland offense look much more functional than it did while he was suspended.

2017 Week 13 vs LAC (11 / 4 / 85 / 0 rec)

Gordon looked good in his first game since December, 2014. He still looks as fast and athletic as ever as he posted one of the best lines a wide receiver has mustered against the Chargers this season. He and quarterback DeShone Kizer still have to work on their chemistry as Kizer missed him on several passes where Gordon was open. It could have been a huge game as Kizer overthrew an open Gordon on at least two deep attempts, one of which would have been a sure-fire 44-yard touchdown. His first catch came on a short slant on the first play of the game which he turned into a nine-yard gain. In the second quarter, Gordon made an impressive leaping grab down the left sideline for a 28-yard gain. In the fourth quarter, Gordon saw an end zone target on a crossing route from Kizer but the pass was too high and a bit behind him, resulting in an incompletion.

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