BEREA (AP) -- Josh Gordon's season went beyond what he or anyone else expected. Way beyond.
The second-year wide receiver has broken Browns records, set league marks and evolved into one of the game's top playmakers. And, he's done it despite being suspended for two games.
"Hands down, just be outright the best wide receiver in the NFL," he said.
Move over, Megatron.
On Thursday, Gordon was unanimously voted Cleveland's MVP for 2013 by the local chapter of the Pro Football Writers Association. Gordon wrapped up his victory weeks ago, when he went on a four-game tear unlike any the league has ever seen.
He rewrote the record books, becoming the first player to top 200 yards receiving in consecutive games, totaled 649 yards in three games and racked up 774 yards in four.
Gordon was virtually unstoppable.
With 1,564 yards, Gordon enters the weekend leading Detroit's Calvin Johnson (1,492) for the league lead. No Cleveland player has ever finished the season on top, and Gordon, averaging 120.3 yards per game and 19.6 yards per catch, would like to add that his growing resume -- along with a Pro Bowl trip.