Daily Dawg Tags: Waiting on Josh Gordon’s return

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The Cleveland Browns haven’t given fans much to be excited about in 2017, but the good news is that Josh Gordon is expected back this Sunday.

Another Sunday, another loss has been the theme for the Cleveland Browns in 2017. The offense played arguably its best game of the season in Cincinnati and still, it was nowhere near enough.

The Browns now sit at 0-11 and are in a similar spot as they were in 2016. One win is all the team needs to avoid infamy, and even that seems like a lot to ask right now.

A small bit of good news is that Josh Gordon is expected to return on Sunday, giving the Browns a legitimate threat at wide receiver. Even if he is rusty, he is still better than any other receiver on the roster.

Gordon’s return not only helps the team’s chances of getting that first win, but it also gives fans a reason to watch this 0-11 football team. Because right now, it is hard to argue with anyone deciding to do some other activities on Sundays in December.

Gordon may not be as great as he once was when he returns, but at least he is providing fans with some hope. Another Ricardo Louis drop may be enough for some fans to give up for good.

We take a look at that and more in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.

Cleveland Browns news:

Cleveland Browns lose in Cincinnati, fall to 0-11 in 2017

"The Cleveland Browns put up a good fight, but couldn’t do enough to beat the Cincinnati Bengals in a loss that drops the Browns to 0-11 in 2017."

Browns drop another one: 3 takeaways from loss to the Bengals

"The Cleveland Browns continued their march toward a possible 0-16 season with Sunday’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Here are three takeaways from the game."

For Browns, another full housecleaning may be a necessity (PFT)

"Whatever the Browns do when the dust settles on the latest 0-11 disaster, they’ll need to do something significant in order to have a shot at hiring anyone with options."

Jabrill Peppers: ‘I can’t be mad at [refs]’ for penalizing hit (ESPN)

"The person least upset about the penalty flag on Jabrill Peppers late in the Cleveland Browns’ 30-16 loss to the Bengals was Jabrill Peppers."

NFL news:

Reid not considering benching Alex Smith — for now (NFL.com)

"The calls for Alex Smith’s benching are amplifying following another dismal performance from the Kansas City Chiefs offense in a 16-10 home loss to the Buffalo Bills"

Cowboys reportedly frustrated with Garrett’s lack of adjustments (CBS)

"The Dallas Cowboys are in a tailspin. They’ve lost three games in a row by a combined score of 92-22, and have dropped to the very fringes of the NFC playoff race."