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Browns-Steelers Postgame Notes

Posted Dec 29, 2013

PITTSBURGH -- Here are the postgame notes from Sunday's Browns-Steelers game at Heinz Field.

BROWNS-STEELERS POSTGAME NOTES

WR Josh Gordon registered a team-high 82 receiving yards on seven catches. He finished with a Browns season record 1,646 yards in 14 games. Pending tonight’s games, Gordon will become the first Browns player to lead the NFL in receiving yards. His 1,646 yards are the 10th-most by an NFL player in a season. Gordon’s average of 117.6 receiving yards per game led the NFL this year, mark a Browns record and rank sixth in NFL history. In addition, his 2,451 receiving yards are the most by any player in their first 30 games as a Brown.

MOST RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME NFL HISTORY, SEASON

1. Wes Chandler (San Diego, 1982)-129.0

2. Charley Hennigan (Houston Oilers, 1961)-124.7

3. Elroy Hirsch (LA Rams, 1951)-124.6

4. Calvin Johnson (Detroit, 2012)-122.8

5. Jim Benton (Cle. Rams, 1945)-118.6

6. Josh Gordon (Cleveland, 2013)-117.6

7. Jerry Rice (San Francisco, 1995)-115.5

MOST RECEIVING YARDS NFL HISTORY, SEASON

1. Calvin Johnson (Detroit, 2012)-1,964

2. Jerry Rice (San Francisco, 1995)-1,848

3. Isaac Bruce (St. Louis, 1995)-1,781

4. Charley Hennigan (Houston Oilers, 1961)-1,746

5. Marvin Harrison (Indianapolis, 2002)-1,722

6. Torry Holt (St. Louis, 2003)-1,696

7. Herman Moore (Detroit, 1995)-1,686

8. Calvin Johnson (Detroit, 2011)-1,681

9. Marvin Harrison (Indianapolis, 1999)-1,663

10. Josh Gordon (Cleveland, 2013)-1,646

11. Jimmy Smith (Jacksonville, 1999)-1,636

MOST RECEIVING YARDS BY A BROWN, SEASON

1. Josh Gordon (WR, 2013)-1,646

2. Braylon Edwards (WR, 2007)-1,289

3. Webster Slaughter (WR, 1989)-1,236

MOST RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME BY A BROWN, SEASON

1. Josh Gordon (WR, 2013)-117.6

2. Braylon Edwards (WR, 2007)-80.6

3. Webster Slaughter (WR, 1989)-77.3

MOST RECEIVING YARDS IN FIRST 30 GAMES WITH THE BROWNS

1. Josh Gordon (WR)-2,451

2. Kellen Winslow (TE)-1,834

3. Mac Speedie (WR)-1,797

WR Josh Gordon led the team with 87 receptions, the fourth-most by a Brown in a season. TE Jordan Cameron finished second on the team with 80, tied for seventh in Browns history.

MOST RECEPTIONS BY A BROWN, SEASON

1. Kellen Winslow (TE, 2006)-89

    Ozzie Newsome (TE, 1984)-89

    Ozzie Newsome (TE, 1983)-89

4. Josh Gordon (WR, 2013)-87

5. Kevin Johnson (WR, 2001)-84

6. Kellen Winslow (TE, 2007)-82

7. Jordan Cameron (TE, 2013)-80

    Braylon Edwards (WR, 2007)-80

WR Josh Gordon (87) and TE Jordan Cameron (80) combined for 167 receptions, the most by a pair of Browns in a season.

MOST RECEPTIONS BY BROWNS TEAMMATES, SEASON

1. Josh Gordon (87), Jordan Cameron (80) (2013)-167

2. Kellen Winslow (82), Braylon Edwards (80) (2007)-162

3. Kellen Winslow (89), Braylon Edwards (61) (2006)-150

DB Tashaun Gipson recorded his team-leading fifth interception of the season. His five interceptions are the most by a Brown since Joe Haden had six as a rookie in 2010.

TE Jordan Cameron’s 917 receiving yards this season are the fifth-most by a Browns tight end.

MOST RECEIVING YARDS BY A BROWNS TE, SEASON

1. Kellen Winslow (2007)-1,106

2. Ozzie Newsome (1981)-1,002

3. Ozzie Newsome (1984)-1,001

4. Ozzie Newsome (1983)-970

5. Jordan Cameron (2013)-917

6. Kellen Winslow (2006)-875

WR Josh Cooper registered a career-high five receptions, while adding 34 yards.

LB Craig Robertson recorded his first interception of the season and third of his career.

LT Joe Thomas extended his consecutive-snaps streak to 6,923, the longest active stretch in the league. Thomas has started all 112 games and hasn’t missed an offensive play since being selected by the Browns with the third overall pick in the 2007 draft.

Seventh-round pick Garrett Gilkey made his first career start, opening at left guard. DB Julian Posey also earned his first career start.

C Alex Mack has started and played in each of the first 80 games of his career. He hasn’t missed an offensive snap during his career, a stretch of 4,998 plays.

With a team-leading 5.5 sacks this year, LB Jabaal Sheard became the first Browns player to lead the team in sacks for three consecutive seasons. Sacks became an official NFL stat in 1982.

DL Billy Winn recorded his second sack of the season.