Tag: Josh Gordon

  • Scott Kacsmar’s RSP Writers Project: How I Would Have Handled Josh Gordon

    Scott Kacsmar’s RSP Writers Project: How I Would Have Handled Josh Gordon

    I gave the Football Outsiders’ writer the opportunity to write about the troubled Browns star. Kacsmar delivers. How I Would Have Developed Josh Gordon By Scott Kacsmar, Football Outsiders Assistant Editor (@FO_ScottKacsmar) The ideal situation for developing a troubled talent like Josh Gordon and the reality of his circumstances in Cleveland could not be any […]

  • Reads Listens Views 4/5/2013

    Reads Listens Views 4/5/2013

    Would Josh Gordon have been the top option in the 2013 draft class if his college career wasn’t filled with off-field missteps? I thought he was an option in the late-first to early-second rounds of 2012 rookie drafts, which would have placed him in the conversation with this year’s class. If you wish to take a liberal […]

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    Two years ago, Boston.com reporter Albert Breer quoted an unnamed NFL coach that estimated that at least one-third of the players on NFL draft boards had a history of marijuana use. Think that’s bad? Consider the rest of the American public. Depending on the poll, between 40-60 percent of (honest) Americans have tried marijuana as […]

  • Thoughts on Josh Gordon to Cleveland

    As I mentioned last week, I’ll have more analysis on Gordon’s game within the next 7-10 days. But I have a little time to share some thoughts on the Browns drafting Gordon with a second-round pick and the general tenor of reactions I have seen regarding the former Baylor wide receiver. “Not enough to see” […]

  • WR Josh Gordon: Hands are for more than catching the football

    Warning: Although the video clips illustrating the analysis of this post are more than adequate to get the point across, they are amateurish, at best. Future analysis will likely be in still frames as I’ve used in the past. Josh Gordon’s current skill and style of play reminds me of a mix between a raw […]

  • Josh Gordon Analysis Coming Soon

    “Flash” is a great descriptor for former Baylor wide receiver Josh “Flash” Gordon, who is entering the 2012 NFL Supplemental Draft. At least 6’3″ and 220 pounds, the wide receiver’s game is built upon explosive and dynamic physical attributes. If he were to participate at a Pro Day or an NFL Combine, I believe an […]