Josh Gordon scores first touchdown in four years

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The Browns, entering the fourth quarter with a 21-7 lead, fell in overtime to the Green Bay Packers, 27-21. Green Bay took it to overtime and eventually won after a costly DeShone Kizer interception. A 12-yard pass to TE Randall Telfer got the Browns to the Green Bay 21, and two plays later, Kizer found Gordon for an 18-yard TD against zone coverage to tie the game.

Gordon made his return to the National Football League last week, playing his first game since 2014 due to suspensions stemming from multiple violations of the NFL's substance abuse policy.

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- Tight end David Njoku had a 7-yard catch on third down overturned following a challenge by McCarthy.

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Gordon, who is playing only his second game since the 2014 season due to a several substance abuse suspensions, showed off all of his skills on this play.

Gordon had 56 yards of the 84-yard touchdown drive Sunday.

On the ensuing drive, the Browns threw incomplete on third-and-11, but LB Ahmad Brooks jumped offside, giving Cleveland another shot. The Browns defense forced another punt but the yardage lost was costly.

The Browns are good at blowing games.

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