Josh Gordon Celebrates Highlight-Reel Stiff Arm With Awesome Instagram Post

Josh Gordon has the stiffest arm of them all, and you definitely don’t want to be on the receiving end of his arm. Redskins cornerback Quinton Dunbar felt it, and only God knows how much it hurt.

The receiver took to his Instagram account to celebrate the stiff arm right after the Pats moved to 5-0 on the regular season.

Gordon is really proud of how his team handled the pressure of the game.

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“It felt good. Good run game, good ball movement, once we started getting in that rhythm things started opening up. We wanted to finish strong, most importantly, finish every drive. I think we wore them down, kept the pace, kept the tempo going and then something changed. It was great.

“When we get to this juncture, it depends on how we want to see things develop. In the second half, we were able to start the run game up, get the guys going in the run game and with everything else – downfield blocking, offensive line. Tremendous effort.”

Everyone contributed to the excellent 33-7 win, and Gordon was part of it. He is well aware of his position on the team, and the way everyone adjusted to the big game.

“I guess that goes on [Head Coach Bill] Belichick, [Offensive Coordinator Josh] McDaniels, [QB] Tom [Brady], guys who see the field and they can make adjustments on the fly or second half adjustments, they kind of see it. See what the feel is for the defense, what we studied in practice, what has changed in the outcome of the game and making adjustments on the fly. We prepare for that each week and sometimes it works out.”

There was a big crowd watching the excellent game, and it felt good. Gordon was amazed. He couldn’t believe that all those people came to watch the Patriots.

“It was confusing. It felt like a home game, just like Foxborough [Ma]. To be honest, I’m just grateful to have that support, our fans traveling, maybe we got some Redskins fans. It was awesome though, I’m blessed.”

Gordon and his team are on to the New York Giants now.

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