Notes from the Browns following a 32-28 loss to Jacksonville on Sunday:
— WR Josh Gordon registered a Browns record with 261 receiving yards on 10 receptions (26.1 avg.) with two touchdowns. He set the previous record last week after totaling 237 yards vs. Pittsburgh (11/24). According to Elias Sports Bureau, he is the only player in NFL history to top 200 receiving yards in back-to-back games. He is the only player in Browns history to ever top 200-plus receiving yards and he has done so in back-to-back games.
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— Gordon has 498 yards in the last two games and 623 in the last three games, both figures are NFL records according to Elias Sports Bureau.
— According to Elias Sports Bureau, Gordon is one of eight players to record two 200-plus receiving yard games in the same season.
— QB Brandon Weeden’s 95-yard fourth-quarter touchdown pass to Gordon was the third-longest offensive play in Browns history.
— On the season, Gordon has a team-leading 1,249 receiving yards, the second most by a Browns in a season. In addition, his 2,054 receiving yards are the most by any player in their first 26 games as a Brown. Gordon also joined WR Gary Collins (1965) and WR Webster Slaughter (1989) as the only Browns players to record three straight 100-yard receiving games. Gordon’s six 100-yard games this season are a club record. Eleven of Gordon’s 12 career touchdowns have come from 20-plus yards.
— Gordon leads the team with 64 receptions, tied for the third most by a Brown through the first 12 games of a season. TE Jordan Cameron’s 63 catches are fifth.
— Weeden completed 24 of 40 passes for a career-high 370 yards with two touchdowns and a 94.8 rating. His 370 yards rank eighth in Browns history. Weeden now has four career 300-yard games.
— The Browns are the only NFL team to have not allowed a 100-yard rusher or a 300-yard passer in a game this season.
— DB Joe Haden recorded his team-leading fourth interception, all of which have come in the last four games. He has 13 career interceptions since joining the Browns as a first-round pick in 2010.
— Cameron’s 704 receiving yards are the fourth most by a Browns tight end in in the first 12 games of a season.
— RB Willis McGahee registered his second rushing touchdown this season and 65th of his career, the third most among active players.
— WR Greg Little recorded two receptions for nine yards with a touchdown. He has two touchdowns this season and eight in his career.
— LB Jabaal Sheard recorded a sack and has 3.5 on the season. Sheard, who has led the club in sacks in each of the past two seasons, has 19 in his career.
— DL Ahtyba Rubin recorded his second sack of the season.
— The Browns are 13 of 26 (50.0 percent) on fourth downs this season. The attempts and conversions are each the most in club history.
— LT Joe Thomas extended his consecutive-snaps streak to 6,669, the longest active stretch in the league. Thomas has started all 108 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 76 games of his career. He hasn’t missed an offensive snap during his career, a stretch of 4,744 plays.
— K Billy Cundiff recorded two touchbacks on kickoffs. He has 31 on the season, the most in franchise history.
— LB D’Qwell Jackson registered his sixth career 100-tackle season and third consecutive. He has led the team in tackles each of the past two seasons and is currently leading the team this year. Coaches film had credited Jackson with 98 tackles entering the game. Press box figures credited him with six tackles today.
— Along with Brian Hoyer (321 at Minnesota on Oct. Sept. 22), this marks the first time the Browns have had two players with 300-yard passing games in the same season since 2004 (Jeff Garcia and Kelly Holcomb).
— Rookie LB Darius Eubanks made his first NFL start and registered six tackles, according to press box totals.