Gordon logged a 38% snap share and while he only produced two receptions, both were significant third down conversions, key to the Seahawks' walk-off field goal victory in San Francisco. The 28 year old should see an increased role going forward as Tyler Lockett picked up a late-game leg injury, though he doesn't seem to be in danger of missing extended time. The Seahawks have quietly developed an impressive receiving corps. for Russell Wilson and Gordon slots in nicely alongside both Lockett and rookie D.K. Metcalf. Now ranked as DLF's WR49, Josh Gordon's day in the sun as a high-upside-capable WR1 may now be behind him, but he remains a dynamic receiving threat with an ability to turn in impressive, though inconsistent, games in the second half of the season. Gordon remains a last-flex starter until production proves otherwise.