The next time you read the NFL record book, Josh Gordon's name will be in it and that's because Gordon made NFL history on Sunday. In the Browns 32-28 loss to Jacksonville, Gordon caught 10 passes for 261 yards. Combined with his 237-yard performance against Pittsburgh last week, Gordon becomes the first player in NFL history to go over 200-yards receiving in back-to-back games. Gordon crossed the 200-yard mark against Jacksonville in the fourth quarter when he caught a 95-yard touchdown pass from Brandon Weeden that gave the Browns a 28-25 lead. As you can see below, Weeden threw the ball about 20-yards and then Gordon did the rest.