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Josh Gordon didn't do too much during Week 1, with the exception of his fourth-quarter touchdown. 


Well, based on the latest, he may play a bigger role in Week 2. 


The Cleveland Browns wide receiver has officially been named as one of the team’s starters for Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints.

Cleveland brass had previously stated that Gordon would be on a “pitch count” and subsequently have to earn his spot back into the starting lineup. However, in typical Browns fashion, words were miscommunicated and he would end up not only starting, but also playing in 69 of the 89 offensive snaps in Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.


Gordon acclimated himself back into the lineup nicely with the game-tying touchdown late in Sunday's game. That catch was his only one of the day on three targets, but he sure knew how to make it count. As Gordon gets more reps, look for him to get back to his old self. 


This could be a profitable week for Gordon, as he’ll take on a Saints secondary that just got torched by Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 


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