Browns' Tyrod Taylor says he knew Josh Gordon was starting

Browns' Tyrod Taylor says he knew Josh Gordon was starting

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon is listed as a starter for Week 2 versus the New Orleans Saints. Now, it appears Gordon will get the official go-ahead and be on the field to start the game this coming Sunday for the Cleveland Browns.

The Saints await this week in New Orleans and they're a ideal example of a good team finding a way to get the ball into the hands of their top playmaker.

But quarterback Tyrod Taylor told reporters Wednesday he knew the 2013 Pro Bowl player would.

But after the Browns forced a Pittsburgh punt and began a drive at their 36, Gordon was lined up to the far left before Taylor dropped back to pass before scrambling for a 6-yard gain.

"Obviously, I have a lot of trust and confidence in him", Brees said. According to Nate Ulrich of The Beacon Journal, Gordon has voiced that he wants to make a strong impact on the game with his play alongside Taylor this season.

"I was not (surprised)", Taylor said, via the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

"I think I heard one of the coaches mention it during pregame, but I wasn't really too sure about it, that didn't really make sense at the time", he said. "That starts with myself".

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Gordon, who has made personal decisions he regrets, can only think about what might have been.

"There were some chances", Jackson said, "and there were some chances where we have to do a better job of running the routes - not just Josh, I think all of our receivers - as an offensive unit, it is a thing that we have to continue to work through, and understand that when the opportunities present themselves, we have a chance to make those plays".

That wasn't the only thing Taylor took responsibility for Wednesday.

"Definitely pass interference", Gordon said. He did add 77 yards and a touchdown as he did all he could to keep the Browns in the game.

The 27-year-old, who had only played in 10 games since 2014 because of substance-abuse suspensions, said the extra workload was needed.

"That's what the offense is created to do and that is what we are going to try and accomplish".

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