Josh Gordon scores first touchdown in four years

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The Browns fall to 0-13.

Gordon, who played his first game since 2014 last week, caught an 18-yard pass from DeShone Kizer as the Browns tied the game at 7-7.

The Browns are still winless but threatening the Packers late in Sunday's game. The Browns forced a punt with 5:22 left the next time Green Bay had the ball, but could not run out the clock.

But the Packers potentially kept their season alive long enough to give Aaron Rodgers a chance to return in Week 15 - pending a CT scan scheduled for this week on his broken right collarbone - and rescue Green Bay, still very much alive in the NFC playoff picture at 7-6.

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In his second game back from what ended up being a two-and-a-half season suspension for drug-related reasons, Gordon scored his first touchdown since the 2013 season.

Sashi Brown is gone, but the team he put together over the last couple of years is looking as good as it has at any point in that period in their first game since he was sacked. They led the Vikings 13-12 at the half in London on October 26, but lost 33-16.

In a game in which the Browns had touchdown drives of 88, 70 and 84 yards, they found a way to lose once again, and Hue Jackson fell to 1-28 as their coach.

NOTES: WR Davante Adams caught his 60th pass of the season on the Packers' opening series.

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