— Flash Gordon (@JOSH_GORDONXII) August 18, 2018
And with that folks, Josh Gordon is back and the 2018 Browns season can officially begin.
First and foremost, I want to say how happy I am for Josh being able to get himself in the proper mental state to be able to return to the team. Gordon has an incredibly turbulent past so to see him doing this well brings me so much joy. A lot of time as sports fans we forget that these athletes are people just like us with so many of the same problems that we also deal with on a daily basis.
Overall, it’s amazing to see Josh is doing so well and is in a great place.
Now, let’s get to what this means for the Browns moving forward and really it’s pretty simple. They now have Josh Gordon and Jarvis Landry to wreak havoc on defensive backfields this upcoming season. It may have been a few years, but let’s all remember that Josh Gordon is in fact really, really good. In his 2013 campaign, he racked up 1646 yards and nine touchdowns. Gordon also did that with Jason Campbell and Brandon Weeden throwing him the ball, who are both significantly worse than Tyrod Taylor.
Also in case anyone is worried about Josh being away from football for a while he is still in probably the best shape any person has been in ever.
Finally, I am just thrilled that Gordon is back and we all finally get to see him dominate on the football field again. Gordon has become a fan favorite amongst Cleveland fans these past few years and it’s just so great to see him come back and help this team finally return to glory.
Photos via: Josh Gordon’s Instagram