Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots
| Gillette Stadium | Dec. 8, 2013
WR Josh Gordon registered 151 receiving
yards to pass WR Braylon Edwards
(1,289 in 2007) for the franchise's single-season record. Gordon now has 1,400
yards in 11 games. He has totaled 774 receiving yards over the last four games,
an NFL record, according to Elias Sports Bureau. Gordon's seven 100-yard
games this season are a club record and he is the only Browns player to record
four straight 100-yard receiving games. Twelve of Gordon's 13 career touchdowns
have come from 20-plus yards. Gordon is the first Browns player with at least
one touchdown catch in four consecutive games since WR Kevin Johnson in 2001. In addition, his 2,205 receiving yards are
the most by any player in their first 27 games as a Brown.
TE Jordan Cameron leads the team with 72
receptions, the second most by a Brown through the first 13 games of a season.
WR Josh Gordon's 71 catches are tied
TE Jordan Cameron is the first player in
Browns history to catch a touchdown pass from four different passers in a
season, and the first NFL player to accomplish the feat since Carolina WR Steve
Smith in 2007. Cameron has caught touchdown passes from QBs Brian Hoyer (3), Brandon Weeden (2) and Jason
Campbell (1) and one from punter Spencer
Lanning on a fake field goal.
TE Jordan Cameron registered a career-high
121 receiving yards, marking his second career 100-yard game. He added his
seventh touchdown catch of the season to take sole possession of the
second-most by a Browns tight end. Cameron's 825 receiving yards are the fourth
most by a Browns tight end in the first 13 games of a season.
With Josh Gordon (151) and Jordan Cameron (121) each surpassing
100-receveing yards, it marked the first time the Browns had a pair of
teammates reach 100 receiving yards in the same game since Sept. 16, 2007 (WR Braylon Edwards with 146 and TE Kellen Winslow with
100, vs. Cincinnati).
QB Jason Campbell completed 29 of 44
passes for a career-high 391 yards with three touchdowns, zero interceptions
and a 116.6 rating. His 391 yards are the sixth most in Browns history and the
second-highest figure by a Browns QB on the road. Campbell has registered a
rating of 100-plus in three of his five starts this season. He has 11 career
with Brian Hoyer (321 at Minnesota
on Sept. 22) and Brandon Weeden (370
vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 1) this marks the first time the Browns have ever had
three players with 300-yard passing games in the same season.
LB D'Qwell Jackson recorded his first
interception of the season. He has been a part of five takeaways this season
with an interception, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and two deflected
passes that each were intercepted.
LB Barkevious Mingo recorded his
team-leading fifth sack of the season.
LB Jabaal Sheard recorded a sack and has
4.5 on the season and one in each of the past two games. Sheard, who has led
the club in sacks in each of the past two seasons, has 20 in his career
LB Paul Kruger recorded two sacks
including one strip-sack, which was recovered by DL John Hughes. It marked his fourth career multiple-sack game. Kruger
has 4.5 sacks this season and 20.0 in his career.
TE Gary Barnidge registered a 40-yard
touchdown grab, the longest touchdown catch of his career. He has a career-high
two touchdowns this season.
LT Joe Thomas extended his
consecutive-snaps streak to 6,739, the longest active stretch in the league.
Thomas has started all 109 games and hasn't missed an offensive play since
being selected by the Browns with the third overall pick in the 2007 draft.
C Alex Mack has started and played in each of
the first 77 games of his career. He hasn't missed an offensive snap during his
career, a stretch of 4,814 plays.
K Billy Cundiff recorded three touchbacks
on kickoffs. He has 35 on the season, the most in franchise history. He
connected on field goals from 37 and 43 yards to improve to 18 of 23 on the
DB T.J. Ward registered his second career
100-tackle season. He recorded a team-leading 105 tackles as a rookie in 2010
and is currently second on the team this year. Coaches film had credited Ward
with 97 tackles entering the game. Press box figures credited him with eight
Browns took their opening drive 47 yards on 10 plays, which resulted in a field
goal. Cleveland has scored on its opening possession in each of the last three
games (two field goals, one touchdown).
OL Jason Pinkston made his 2013 debut playing
as a reserve at both left and right guard. He missed the final 10 games in 2012
with a blood clot and was placed on injured reserve designated for return with
a high-ankle sprain this season. He was active but did not play in the previous
three contests after being activated on Nov. 11.
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