Browns WR Josh Gordon mocks Chiefs crowd with the chop

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The Browns offense has been awful in the first half, so their one moment of competency, off a gimmick play, warranted some mocking celebration from Josh Gordon.

The Browns offense in the first half against the Chiefs was an embarrassment, but somehow, with just -2 rushing yards, they got the KC secondary to bite on a flea-flicker. Jason Campbell hit Josh Gordon, the Browns only real threat on offense, over the top for a quick touchdown.

That one play gained as many yards as the Browns offense had posted in the entire first half to that point, so naturally Gordon felt the need to gloat in the end zone:

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It's not quite as bad as Greg Little doing Usain Bolt celebrations while Cleveland was getting embarrassed weekly last year, but inciting the crowd and defense after being dominating for an entire half isn't the best look.

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