Dec 1, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon (12) misses a long pass during the fourth quarter as Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Alan Ball (23) defends at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Jaguars beat the Browns 32-28. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Browns WR Josh Gordon plans to make more plays than Aqib Talib


The Cleveland Browns travel to Foxboro this weekend for a Week 14 match up against the New England Patriots, which means we will be treated to an exciting one-on-one match up between Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon and Patriots cornerback Aqib Talib.

Both men are among the best players at their division in the league, so it will be a great match up for football purists to enjoy.

Gordon was speaking about his upcoming challenge and he seems more than willing to step up big and show he is a better player.

“I’m pretty sure he’ll make some plays, but I’m definitely going to make more plays,” Gordon said, via the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “NFL cornerback is a hard position to play, and he’s doing a great job right now for that defense. He’s a real physical, scrappy player. But I’m going to come out there and do the same, go out there and make plays myself and try to make sure that nobody can stop me.”

If Gordon is able to get at least 41-yards this weekend, he will set the Browns’ single-season receiving record. Considering he is coming off of 261 receiving yards last week, which set a Browns’ single-game record, Gordon looks like he will be able to do so on Sunday.

Tags: Aqib Talib Cleveland Browns Josh Gordon New England Patriots

  • http://sbpra.com/paulvsuffriti Paul V. Suffriti

    Two factors that may limit Gordon on Sunday. He may see a lot of double coverage and who exactly will be throwing him the ball…..Pats defense may be all over the Browns QB in this game. I think the Browns will be trying to run the ball a lot against the Pats porous run defense….control the clock and limit the snaps for Brady.

  • Greg

    Just think how Gordon would do with a good quarterback?
    He could set all kinds of receiving records.