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Josh Gordon has gone through hell and back to return to this league. 

It's been a long time since he's been dominant – a very long time. The last time he destroyed the league was back in 2014, but he's primed to do it again. 

Gordon is currently listed at 8/11 odds to break 975 receiving yards this season. 

It's a pretty big if, but if Gordon does play all 16 games, it's hard to imagine him not being capable of this.

There are some forces working against Gordon though. He hasn't played a full season in a while, and Cleveland has many mouths to feed on the receiving front with Jarvis Landry, David Njoku and potentially Dez Bryant too.

All of that goes out the window when you remember Gordon's 2014 season when he played 14 games and had 1,600-plus yards. In two more games, we're supposed to believe he's going to finish 625 yards worse than that? Hard to imagine, especially since he's healthy.

You also have to consider the fact that the Browns finally have competent quarterback play between veteran Tyrod Taylor and No. 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield.

All the stars have aligned for Gordon, so it's time to open your mind and faith to the possibility that this may actually happen.

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