Yes, the Browns still lost.
But Gordon was the highlight of the Browns' 27-21 defeat at FirstEnergy Stadium. The speedster had a team-high 69 receiving yards.
He also made an early play to tie the game for the Browns. Cleveland was trailing Green Bay 7-0 at the 4:50 mark of the first quarter. Browns quarterback DeShone Kizer stepped in for a 2nd and 7 play on the Packers' 18-yard-line. Kizer fired a pass to his right, watching Gordon sprint down the seam. Gordon stretched out and snatched the pass for a touchdown, showing off his strong hands.
The Browns wide receiver celebrated by dancing with his teammates. He then ran to the sideline and put on some black sunglasses.
Gordon's score was his first touchdown in a regular season game since the 2013 season. That touchdown came in Week 15 during a 38-31 loss to the Chicago Bears. Gordon was selected as a first-team All-Pro that season, leading the league with 1,646 yards and nine scores on 87 receptions.
Kizer completed 20-of-28 pass attempts for 214 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions in Sunday's loss.