• Josh Gordon plans to make more plays than Aqib Talib on Sunday

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Dec 6, 2013
    Gordon is coming off a team-record 261 receiving yards and he needs 41 yards to set the franchise’s single-season record, something he seems pretty confident that he’ll be able to do despite likely coverage from cornerback Aqib Talib during the game. It’s a sizable step up in class from the Jaguars’ rookie-laden secondary to a matchup with Talib, but Gordon’s eliminated most of the questions about his ability to thrive in every circumstance this season. Gordon was the first player in league history to gain 200 or more receiving yards in back-to-back games. 24, Gordon broke his own franchise mark with a 261-yard, two-touchdown performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Due to a suspension at the beginning of the 2013 regular season because of a failed drug test, second-year Cleveland Browns wide receiver began the year trying to earn back the trust of the coaches, his teammates, and the fans.
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    During the last two weeks, second-year Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has turned in record-setting performances.

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