Although Josh Gordon won't be taking the Cleveland Browns to the playoffs, he should be one of the cornerstones for your fantasy football team as you make your push in the postseason.
The second-year wideout is having yet another huge day.
It's the fourth game in a row that he's eclipsed 100 yards, and he could make history on Sunday for the best four-game stretch from a receiver, per ESPN Stats and Info.
Josh Gordon: 122 rec yds today, 745 over last 4 games (2 yds shy of breaking Calvin Johnson's record for most in 4-game span in NFL history)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 8, 2013
Gordon would finish with seven receptions for 151 yards and a touchdown. He also ran the ball once for 34 yards.
The only reason you may lose any faith whatsoever in Gordon is that Jason Campbell and Brandon Weeden are Nos. 1 and 2 in the Browns' depth chart.
It shouldn't be a problem, though. Campbell has performed well enough, and Gordon has demonstrated that not even Weeden can limit his effectiveness.
Gordon will continue getting a ton of targets, and with his ability, he should finish the season strong.