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Browns fans are watching the future of the franchise when these guys hook up downfield.
Injuries to Mohammed Massaquoi and Travis Benjamin have forced Gordon into the starting lineup and he’s leaving a lasting impression.
He’s got three touchdowns in last two games, and he hauled in a 71-yard bomb during the Browns win over the Bengals lat Sunday.
The supplemental draft pick has caught 12 balls for an average of 22.8 yards per catch, which is No. 1 among NFL receivers with at least 10 catches.
Weeden, on the other hand, has come miles after a forgettable debut.
After a nightmarish first week that witnessed a 5.1 passer rating, Weeden’s showed he possesses big-play potential.
The 29-year-old gunslinger’s thrown for seven touchdowns against six interceptions while averaging 280.2 yards per game.