Cleveland Browns receiver, Josh Gordon recorded over 1,600 receiving yards in his second year in the NFL. That figure was good enough for the 10th best statistical year for a receiver, but Gordon thinks he can do better.
In an interview with the Browns official website, Gordon said: “I don’t think I really reached my pinnacle yet. I think this is the tip of the iceberg, really. I think I can go a lot higher, a lot further than that,”
Gordon has certainly cemented himself as one of the premier receivers in the league and, at the age of 22, he has the time to keep growing.
He was the main focus for Brandon Weeden last season and was targeted by the struggling passer on 159 occasions.
Weeden has since been released by the Browns and now is set to be the backup for Tony Romo in Dallas. It is expected that Cleveland will now draft another quarterback and the hope will be that the young rookie can help Gordon elevate his game to a higher level.
If the Browns can somehow accomplish that, Gordon may well be able to add championships to his personal achievements.