(Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports)
(Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports)

CLEVELAND – Despite losing 27-11 to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon proved to be the lone bright spot. 

Gordon, a talented—yet troubled second-year player out of Baylor once the source of trade rumors, set a new franchise record of receiving yards in a game with 237, including one touchdown. 

With the game well in hand and the Steelers playing prevent, Gordon caught a one-yard touchdown pass from backup quarterback Brandon Weeden and finished the game with 14 catches on 17 targets for an average yards per catch of 16.9

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