Browns’ Josh Gordon scores 1st TD in 1,456 days

He caught four passes for 85 yards in Los Angeles.

Gordon’s touchdown reception was just the third by a Browns receiver this season, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Kizer was 1-for-10 with two interceptions throwing to wide receivers in the end zone before his touchdown pass to Gordon.

After a summer of Deflategate coverage, it may not surprise you that misery sometimes surrounds the Patriots. That rings true for the Raiders, who still rue the once anonymous, now infamous and discarded ‘Tuck Rule.’

Before Tom Brady and the Patriots ever won a Super Bowl, they first won a highly controversial 2001 AFC divisional round game against the Raiders. With his team leading 13-10, the Raiders’ Charles Woodson appeared to strip Brady behind the line, forcing a late fourth-quarter fumble and seemingly securing the game. But upon further review, referee Walt Coleman reversed the call, citing ‘The Tuck Rule.’

Larry Fitzgerald’s climb up the NFL’s all-time receiving yards list continued Sunday. The Arizona Cardinals wide receiver passed longtime mentor and friend Randy Moss for third place on the list in a 12-7 win over the Tennessee Titans.

Fitzgerald entered the game needing 25 yards to match Moss’ 15,292 career yards. He passed Moss in the third quarter on a 23-yard pass from quarterback Blaine Gabbert. Fitzgerald finished the day with 44 yards on five receptions.

Fitzgerald was a ball boy for the Vikings and used to wash Moss’ cars for cash, and even borrowed his BMW to go to the high school prom.

The next target for Fitzgerald will be Terrell Owens, who is second on the all-time list with 15,934 career receiving yards.
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Tom Brady excited his mom will attend the Super Bowl after recent health issues

Tom Brady’s mother, Galynn, has been dealing with health issues for the past 18 months, and it has been a big source of concern and stress for Brady, according to CSNNE.

His mother’s health might also explain why Brady was emotional at Super Bowl Opening Night when asked who his hero was, and he responded with his dad.

Tom Brady nearly brought to tears at Super Bowl media event after answering 7-year-old boy’s question asking who his hero was: “My dad.”

When asked about his heartfelt response, Brady said via NESN, “You just have different things that your family goes through throughout the course of your life. It has been a challenging year for my family for some personal reasons.” That turned out to be telling about his mother’s health.

Wilson continued, “Now you kind of recognize that people’s feelings are getting hurt, people’s lives getting changed, people are getting sent back or not let in back home to see their families for reasons that may not be worthy. Just because you believe in something or you’re from a certain place doesn’t mean that you’re a bad person.”

He also questioned whether or not Trump would last his entire term.

“I don’t know if [Trump’s] even going to be able to last four years, in my opinion. You don’t want to wish bad upon anybody, because if he doesn’t last four years, that means that something went wrong. So hopefully nothing goes wrong any more than what it’s already doing.”