Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has been one of the league's best wide receivers since making his season debut in Week 3. That continued Sunday in the Browns' 41-20 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Gordon's value came primarily from one play in the third quarter of the game. Overall, he caught five passes for 125 yards and a touchdown, but his big play was a 74-yard touchdown reception. Outside of that play, he had only 51 yards on four catches.
Fantasy impact: Gordon was targeted 15 times in the game, nine more than any other wide receiver on the team, and three more than the second-most targeted Browns player, running back Chris Ogbonnaya. He has quickly become the favorite target of quarterback Jason Campbell.
Sunday was Gordon's fourth 100-yard game and he grabbed his fourth touchdown of the season. It brought him to 751 receiving yards overall, and cemented his status as a low-end WR1/high-end WR2 going forward.