Josh Gordon goes off on Browns 1st drive vs. Packers

Rachel Hardy
December 11, 2017

The 26-year-old was able to haul in his first touchdown in 1,456 days on an 18-yard catch midway through the first quarter. On a day in which the Browns consistently pinned the Packers inside their own 20-yard line, Cleveland surrendered a big return at the worst possible time, as Trevor Davis took it back 65 yards to the Browns' 25.

Hundley threw the winning touchdown pass with 5:05 left in overtime.

Green Bay got on the board first with a touchdown on the opening drive while converting on fourth down twice along the way. Both of these teams are fighting for something, the Packers are fighting for a chance to make it into the playoff, and the Browns are fighting for its first win of the season.

No Deutsche Bank lens on Donald Trump's finances: White House
Others, as you'll see, said that Judicial Watch's Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow was the Trump lawyer who denied this subpoena claims. The bank sued to force Trump to pay a portion of the debt: $40 million plus legal fees and interest.

Hundley had one of his best games in possibly his final start of 2017, completing 35-of-46 passes for 265 yards, three touchdowns and zero interceptions.

In his second game back from what ended up being a two-and-a-half season suspension for drug-related reasons, Gordon scored his first touchdown since the 2013 season.

Feeling the pressure, the Packers mounted a 13-play, 75-yard touchdown drive to start the fourth, then finished the quarter with a touchdown, evening the game to 21-21 to force overtime. They led the Vikings 13-12 at the half in London on October 26, but lost 33-16.

Other reports by TheDailyFarc

Discuss This Article