It took a 22-yard rush, but Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon topped 100 total yards again Sunday, a week after he fell below the number for the first time in five games. The receiver didn't reach the end zone, though, his first game without a touchdown since early November, as the Browns lost 24-13 to the New York Jets.
Gordon caught six passes in the game for 97 yards, adding a 22-yard rush to get to 119 total yards. It brings Gordon's season-long numbers to a 1,564 receiving yards, plus 88 rushing yards on five carries. Despite missing the team's first two games of the season under suspension, Gordon has been one of fantasy's top wide receivers all season.
Fantasy impact: Gordon's huge stretch of impressiveness had to fade at some point, and it has the last two weeks, with 186 total yards and one touchdown in his last two weeks. The fact that that level of production -- 23 fantasy points in two games -- is regression speaks volumes about Gordon's level of production this season. He's averaged 22 fantasy points a game since the Browns' Week 10 bye.
At this point, Gordon is easily a top-tier wide receiver this season, and the question now is just how high he climbs in next season's rankings.