Josh Gordon catches 1st TD pass in 1456 days

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He started hot by completing 11 of his first 12 throws, including a touchdown to Josh Gordon - Gordon's first since 2014.

The Packers overcame a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter, scoring the final 20 points of the game to win 27-21.

After moving the chains on an Isaiah Crowell 9-yard run, Cleveland got into field goal range when Kizer hit Gordon on a 13-yard slant to convert a third-and-1.

Just minutes after hauling in the game-tying score from Brett Hundley with 17 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Adams caught a short pass and spun away from a few defenders to stun the Browns with a 25-yard touchdown with 5:05 left in overtime.

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The Browns were the own worst enemies in overtime. DeShone Kizer deserves credit here too for making strong, confident throws. The Packers went 3-4 in games without him and, at 7-6, would have a chance to rebound for their ninth consecutive postseason appearance by winning in Carolina next week, before hosting Minnesota and closing the season in Detroit. The drive ended with Gordon running a post pattern and snatching an 18-yard touchdown pass from Kizer to tie the game.

Hundley was 35-of-46 for 265-yards. He finished with a passer rating of 111.2. Isaiah Crowell set up the score with a 37-yard ramble through the Green Bay defense and he's put up 103 yards on 13 carries over the course of the afternoon. He's eligible to come off injured reserve for next Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers.

The Packers (7-6) kept their playoff hopes alive in the NFC.

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