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Melvin Gordon
Melvin Gordon III (born April 13, 1993) is an American football running back for the Los Angeles Chargers of the National Football League (NFL). He played

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For the businessman, see Melvin Gordon (businessman). Melvin Gordon Gordon with the Chargers in 2017.No. 28 – Los Angeles ChargersPosition: Running backPersonal informationBorn: (1993-04-13) April 13, 1993 (age 25)
Kenosha, WisconsinHeight: 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)Weight: 215 lb (98 kg)Career informationHigh school: Bradford (Kenosha, Wisconsin)College: WisconsinNFL Draft: 2015 / Round: 1 / Pick: 15Career history
  • San Diego / Los Angeles Chargers (2015–present)
Roster status: ActiveCareer highlights and awards
  • Pro Bowl (2016)
  • 2× Big Ten champion (2011, 2012)
  • Doak Walker Award (2014)
  • Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year (2014)
  • Unanimous All-American (2014)
  • Unanimous First-team All-Big Ten (2014)
Career NFL statistics as of Week 1, 2018 Rushing yards: 2,807Average: 3.8Rushing touchdowns: 18Receptions: 141Receiving yards: 1,189Receiving touchdowns: 6 Player stats at NFL.com

Melvin Gordon III (born April 13, 1993) is an American football running back for the Los Angeles Chargers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Wisconsin, and was drafted by the Chargers in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft.

Gordon briefly held the NCAA Division I FBS single-game rushing yards record with 408 yards, set playing in three quarters against Nebraska in November 2014, until it was broken the following week by Oklahoma Sooners running back Samaje Perine against Kansas with 427 yards. He became the second all-time single-season rusher in FBS history with 2,587 yards, falling 41 yards shy of Barry Sanders record of 2,628 yards set in 1988.[1]

Contents
  • 1 Early years
  • 2 College career
    • 2.1 2011 season
    • 2.2 2012 season
    • 2.3 2013 season
    • 2.4 2014 season
    • 2.5 College statistics
    • 2.6 College awards/honors
    • 2.7 College records
  • 3 Professional career
    • 3.1 2015 season
    • 3.2 2016 season
    • 3.3 2017 season
    • 3.4 2018 season
    • 3.5 NFL statistics
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Early years

Gordon attended Mary D. Bradford High School in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he was a two-sport star for the Red Devils in both football and track.[2] In football, he tallied 1,098 yards and 11 scores on 99 carries, and had five receiving touchdowns, and was an honorable mention All-state and All-region by the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association (WFCA) as a junior. He was a first-team All-state selection by the Associated Press and the WFCA as a senior, after he rushed for 2,009 yards with 38 touchdowns. He was the Wisconsin Gatorade Football Player of the Year.

Gordon's high school teammate, cornerback Trae Waynes, was drafted four spots ahead of Gordon in the 2015 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings.

As an outstanding track & field athlete, Gordon was one of the state's top performers in the long jump. At the 2011 Racine Invitational event, he ran the 55-meter dash in a PR 6.39 seconds on his way to a first-place finish.[3] He earned a second-place finish in the 100-meter dash at the 2011 SEC Outdoor Conference, recording a career-best time of 10.95 seconds.[4] At the 2011 WIAA Track & Field State Championships, he took silver in the long jump event after posting a career-best leap of 7.20 meters (23 ft 7 in).[5]

Regarded as a four-star recruit by the Rivals.com recruiting service, Gordon was ranked the No. 24 running back in the nation. He was ranked the top player in Wisconsin by ESPN.com. He chose Wisconsin over scholarship offers from Iowa, Louisville, and Michigan.[6] Gordon originally committed to the University of Iowa but decommitted and chose the University of Wisconsin–Madison instead.[7]

US college sports recruiting information for high school athletes Name Hometown High school / college Height Weight 40‡ Commit date Melvin Gordon
RB Kenosha, WI Bradford 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 185 lb (84 kg) 4.5 Dec 5, 2010  Recruiting star ratings: Scout:   Rivals:   247Sports:    ESPN: Overall recruiting rankings: Scout: #38 RB   Rivals: #24 RB  247Sports: #6 RB  ESPN: #39 ATH
  • ‡ Refers to 40 yard dash
  • Note: In many cases, Scout, Rivals, 247Sports, and ESPN may conflict in their listings of height, weight and 40 time.
  • In these cases, the average was taken. ESPN grades are on a 100-point scale.

Sources:

  • "Rivals.com 2011 Wisconsin Football Commitments". Rivals.com. Retrieved 2014-11-17. 
  • "Scout.com 2011 Wisconsin Football Commits". Scout.com. Retrieved 2014-11-17. 
  • "ESPN 2011 Wisconsin Football Commits". ESPN.com. Retrieved 2014-11-17. 
  • "Scout.com Team Recruiting Rankings". Scout.com. Retrieved 2014-11-17. 
  • "2011 Team Ranking". Rivals.com. Retrieved 2014-11-17. 
  • "247sports.com 2011 Wisconsin Football Commits". 247sports.com. Retrieved 2014-11-17. 
College career

Gordon attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he played for the Wisconsin Badgers football team from 2011 through 2014 under head coaches Bret Bielema, Barry Alvarez, and Gary Andersen.[8]

2011 season See also: 2011 Wisconsin Badgers football team

As a freshman in 2011, Gordon played in three games rushing 20 times for 98 yards with a touchdown. Gordon rushed for his first career collegiate touchdown against South Dakota on September 24.[9] He was given a medical redshirt after suffering a groin injury.[10]

2011 season breakdown Rushing Receiving Date Opponent Result Att Yards Avg Long TDs Rec Yards Avg Long TDs 9/1 UNLV W 51-17 7 38 5.4 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 9/17 Northern Illinois W 49-7 5 28 5.6 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 9/24 South Dakota (FCS) W 59-10 8 32 4.0 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 2011 totals 20 98 4.9 14 1 0 0 0 0 0 2012 season Gordon during a 56-yard touchdown run in the 2012 Big Ten Football Championship Game See also: 2012 Wisconsin Badgers football team

In 2012, Gordon was the third string running back behind Montee Ball and James White.[11] Gordon set a career-high record of 216 yards on nine carries averaging 24 yards per carry in the 2012 Big Ten Football Championship Game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers where the unranked Badgers defeated the #12 Cornhuskers by a score of 70–31.[12] During the 2013 Rose Bowl, he had nine carries for 51 yards against #6 Stanford but ultimately the unranked Badgers lost by a score of 20–14.[12]

Over the course of the 2012 season, Gordon rushed 62 times for 621 yards and three touchdowns.[13]

2012 season breakdown Rushing Receiving Date Opponent Result Att Yards Avg Long TDs Rec Yards Avg Long TDs 9/15 Utah State W 16-14 2 18 9.0 15 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 9/22 UTEP W 37-26 8 112 14.0 26 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 9/29 @Nebraska L 27-30 2 5 2.5 4 0 1 8 8.0 8 0 10/6 Illinois W 31-14 5 15 3.0 10 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 10/13 @Purdue W 38-14 7 80 11.4 51 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 10/20 Minnesota W 38-13 10 20 2.0 9 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/10 @Indiana W 62-14 8 96 12.0 23 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/17 Ohio State L 14-21OT 1 -1 -1.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/24 @Penn State L 21-24OT 1 9 9.0 9 0 1 57 57.0 57 1 12/1 vs. Nebraska W 70-31 9 216 24.0 60 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 1/1 vs. Stanford L 14-20 9 51 5.7 15 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2012 totals 62 621 10.0 60 3 2 65 32.5 57 1 2013 season See also: 2013 Wisconsin Badgers football team

On November 14, Gordon was named one of the ten semifinalists for the 2013 Doak Walker Award.[14] In December 2013, Gordon announced after much speculation that he would be returning to Wisconsin for his junior season. In explaining his decision, Gordon stated that,"I love the University of Wisconsin and feel that there is still a lot of room for growth...academically, another year in school will help me get closer to completing my degree, and on the field I hope to help my team get back the Big Ten championship."[15] In the 2013 season, Gordon recorded 1,609 rushing yards with 12 touchdowns.[16]

2013 season breakdown Rushing Receiving Date Opponent Result Att Yards Avg Long TDs Rec Yards Avg Long TDs 8/31 UMass W 45-0 13 144 11.1 70 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 9/7 Tennessee Tech W 48-0 9 140 15.6 65 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 9/14 @Arizona State L 30-32 15 193 12.9 80 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 9/21 Purdue W 41-10 16 147 9.2 27 3 0 0 0.0 0 0 9/28 @Ohio State L 24-31 15 74 4.9 16 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 10/12 Northwestern W 35-6 22 172 7.8 71 1 1 10 10.0 10 0 10/19 @Illinois W 56-32 17 142 8.4 28 3 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/2 @Iowa W 28-9 17 62 3.6 13 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/9 BYU W 27-17 19 86 4.5 23 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/16 Indiana W 51-3 13 146 11.2 44 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/23 @Minnesota W 20-7 12 69 5.8 13 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/30 Penn State L 24-31 13 91 7.0 14 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1/1 vs. South Carolina L 24-34 25 143 5.7 20 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2013 totals 206 1,609 7.8 80 12 1 10 10.0 10 0 2014 season Rushing against Western Illinois See also: 2014 Wisconsin Badgers football team

Prior to the season, Gordon was widely viewed as a Heisman Trophy contender.[17][18][19][20] He was also on preseason watchlists for the Maxwell Award, Doak Walker Award, and Walter Camp Award.[12][21] 2014 was the first year where Gordon was Wisconsin's featured running back; in 2012, he was behind both Montee Ball and James White, and 2013 he was behind James White with Corey Clement as the third string running back after Gordon.[22]

Gordon began the season with 16 carries for 140 yards against #13 LSU on 30 August at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. LSU came back from a 7-24 deficit to win the game by a score of 28-24. Wisconsin's head coach, Gary Andersen, was criticized for Gordon only having three carries in the second half and when questioned Anderson stated he "didn't know why Gordon had limited carries".[23][24] Gordon stated to the media after the game that he wasn't injured.[25] However, two days later Andersen stated that Gordon strained his hip-flexor on the last play in the second quarter of the game against LSU and "we were trying to be smart with him as the rest of the game went on".[24] In the second game of the season against the Western Illinois Leathernecks (FCS), Gordon was held to a season-low 38 rushing yards on 17 rushing attempts.[26]

On September 20 against Bowling Green, Gordon had a career-high five rushing touchdowns and 253 rushing yards.[27] Just two weeks later, Gordon surpassed his 253-yard game rushing against Bowling Green when he reached 259 yards rushing against Northwestern at Ryan Field in a losing effort.[28] After week six Gordon was named to the CBSSports.com Midseason College Football All-America Team.[29] Gordon was one of 20 semifinalists for the Maxwell Award.[30]

On November 15, Gordon set the FBS single game rushing record with 408 yards versus the #16 Nebraska Cornhuskers. Gordon accomplished this, as well as scoring four rushing touchdowns, on only 25 carries in three quarters of play. The previous mark of 406 yards was set by TCU running back LaDainian Tomlinson and had stood as a record since 1999.[31] In addition, he broke the 339-yard school record, held by Ron Dayne since 1996, and the 377-yard Big Ten Conference record, held by Indiana running back Anthony Thompson since 1989.[32] Gordon garnered multiple Player of the Week awards for his performance against the Huskers. The Walter Camp Football Foundation, Athlon Sports, and CBSSports.com named him National Offensive Player of the Week, and the Big Ten named him the conference Offensive Player of the Week.[33][34][35]

On November 19, Gordon was named one of ten semifinalists for the Doak Walker Award and the Walter Camp Foundation listed him as one of the fifteen "Players to Watch" for the Walter Camp Award. The Doak Walker Award National Selection Committee will release a list of three finalists on November 25 and the Walter Camp Foundation will release a list of five finalists on December 3.[36]

Gordon running against the Iowa Hawkeyes defense in 2014 at Kinnick Stadium

On November 22, against Iowa at Kinnick Stadium, Gordon rushed for 200 yards and had four receptions for 64 yards, leading the team in both categories. Gordon went over 2,000 yards rushing for the season, only the 17th player in FBS history to do so.[37] He reached the 2,000 yard mark faster than any of his predecessors, on just 241 carries. The previous holder for fastest 2,000 yards was Penn State running back Larry Johnson who accomplished the feat on 251 carries in 2002.[38] However, Gordon's single game rushing record was broken by Oklahoma running back Samaje Perine, who gained 427 yards in a game against Kansas. When Gordon learned that his record had been broken after only one week, he commented: "That's disappointing, to have that. But congrats to that guy; that's really not easy to do."[37] Gordon was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week for the third time this season as a result of his performance at Kinnick Stadium.[39]

On November 25, Gordon was named as a finalist for the Maxwell Award with quarterbacks Marcus Mariota (Oregon) and Dak Prescott (Mississippi State). Gordon and fellow Big Ten running backs Ameer Abdullah (Nebraska) and Tevin Coleman (Indiana) were named the three finalists for the Doak Walker Award.[40] Gordon would later win the award. On December 1, Gordon was named the Big Ten's Ameche–Dayne Running Back of the Year as well as being a consensus 1st Team All-Big Ten Running Back.[41][42] The following day, Gordon was named the Big Ten's Graham–George Offensive Player of the Year.[43]

Gordon was one of three Heisman Trophy finalists joining Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota and Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper.[44] Gordon became Wisconsin's fourth finalist for the Heisman Trophy, all of whom played running back for the Badgers. Alan Ameche (1954) and Ron Dayne (1999) won the award, while Montee Ball (2011) finished fourth in the final balloting. Gordon finished second in the Heisman Trophy voting behind Mariota.[45]

Gordon waived his final year of college eligibility and entered the 2015 NFL Draft.[46]

In Gordon's final college game, the 2015 Outback Bowl, he rushed for 251 yards against the #19 Auburn Tigers in a 34-31 overtime victory. He set the Outback Bowl rushing record with his performance[1] and was named the game MVP.[47] For the season, he gained 2,587 yards, second only in FBS history to the 2,628 yard record held by Barry Sanders since 1988.[1]

2014 season breakdown Rushing Receiving Date Opponent Result Att Yds Avg Long TDs Rec Yds Avg Long TDs 8/30 vs. LSU L 24-28 16 140 8.8 63 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 9/6 Western Illinois W 37-3 17 38 2.2 21 0 4 22 5.5 8 1 9/20 Bowling Green W 68-17 13 253 19.5 69 5 1 5 5.0 5 0 9/27 South Florida W 27-10 32 181 5.7 43 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 10/4 @Northwestern L 14-20 27 259 9.6 61 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 10/11 Illinois W 38-28 27 175 6.5 46 4 1 0 0.0 0 0 10/25 Maryland W 52-7 22 122 5.5 22 3 2 12 6.0 12 0 11/1 @Rutgers W 37-0 19 128 6.7 51 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/8 @Purdue W 34-16 25 205 8.2 47 1 3 44 14.7 27 1 11/15 Nebraska W 59-24 25 408 16.3 68 4 0 0 0.0 0 0 11/22 @Iowa W 26-24 31 200 6.5 88 2 4 64 16.0 35 0 11/29 Minnesota W 34-24 29 151 5.2 24 1 2 4 2.0 4 1 12/6 vs. Ohio State L 0-59 26 76 2.9 13 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1/1 vs. Auburn W 34-31OT 34 251 7.4 53 3 2 2 1.0 5 0 2014 totals 343 2,587 7.5 88 29 19 153 8.1 35 3 College statistics Rushing Receiving Year Team GP/GS Att Yards Avg Long TDs Avg/G Rec Yards TDs 2011 Wisconsin 3/0 20 98 4.9 14 1 32.7 0 0 0 2012 Wisconsin 14/4 62 621 10.0 60 3 44.4 2 65 1 2013 Wisconsin 13/4 206 1,609 7.8 80 12 123.8 1 10 0 2014 Wisconsin 14/14 343 2,587 7.5 88 29 184.8 19 153 3 College Totals 44/22 631 4,915 7.8 88 45 111.7 22 228 4

Source:[12][13]

College awards/honors
2014 season
  • Doak Walker Award (2014)
  • Jim Brown Trophy (2014)
  • Chicago Tribune Silver Football Award (2014)
  • Unanimous All-American (2014)
  • Unanimous 1st Team All-Big Ten (2014)
  • Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year (2014)
  • Big Ten Running Back of the Year (2014)
  • 3× Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Weeks 4, 12, 13 - 2014)
  • Outback Bowl MVP (2015)
2013 season
  • 2nd Team All-Big Ten consensus (2013)
  • Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Week 4 - 2013)
  • Academic All-Big Ten
2012 season
  • Academic All-Big Ten
College records See also: Wisconsin Badgers football § Rushing records Gordon with the Wisconsin Badgers in 2014.
NCAA Division I FBS records
  • Fastest player to reach 2,000 yards rushing, season: 241 carries (2014)[38]
  • Most rushing yards by teammates, season: 3,536 (2014, Melvin Gordon and Corey Clement)[48]
  • Highest average rushing yards per carry, career: 7.79[49]
Big Ten Conference records
  • Most rushing yards, season: 2,587 (2014)[1]
  • Most rushing yards, conference season: 1,648 (2014)[50]
  • Highest average yard per game, conference season: 206.0 (2014)[50]
  • Most rushing yards, game: 408 (November 15, 2014 vs. Nebraska)[32]
  • Most rushing yards by teammates, season: 3,536 (2014, Melvin Gordon and Corey Clement)[48]
Wisconsin Badgers records
  • Most rushing yards, season: 2,587 (2014)[1]
  • Most rushing yards, game: 408 (November 15, 2014 vs. Nebraska)[32]
  • Most rushing yards, post season game: 251 (2015 Outback Bowl)[1]
  • Most rushing yards, single quarter: 189 (November 15, 2014 vs. Nebraska)
  • Most rushing yards by teammates, season: 3,536 (2014, Melvin Gordon and Corey Clement)[48]
  • Highest average yard per carry, career (min 300 att.): 7.79 (2011–14)
  • Highest average yard per carry, season (min 100 att.): 7.81 (2013)
  • Highest average yard per carry, game (min 10 att.): 19.5 (September 20, 2014 vs. Bowling Green)
  • Most rushing touchdowns, game: 5 (tied) (September 20, 2014 vs. Bowling Green)
  • Most games with at least 100 rushing yards, season: 12 (2014)
  • Most games with at least 200 rushing yards, season: 6 (2014)
Professional career

After the end of the 2014 college football season, Gordon prepared for the NFL Combine at EXOS San Diego in Carlsbad based on his former Wisconsin teammate, Jared Abbrederis's recommendation.[51]

At the 2015 NFL Combine, Gordon set a new record for the 60-yard shuttle with 11.0 seconds.[52] However, the record was then broken by Byron Jones who had a time of 10.98 seconds.[53]

The San Diego Chargers selected Gordon in the first round with the 15th overall pick.[54] In addition, he was one of two Wisconsin Badgers to be selected that year.[55]

Pre-draft measurables Ht Wt 40-yard dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert jump Broad BP 6 ft 1 in
(1.85 m) 215 lb
(98 kg) 4.52 s 1.62 s 2.66 s 4.07 s 7.04 s 35 in
(0.89 m) 10 ft 6 in
(3.20 m) 19 reps All values from NFL Combine[52] 2015 season

On May 15, 2015, the Chargers signed Gordon to a four-year, fully guaranteed contract for $10.66 million, with a $6 million signing bonus. The contract included a fifth-year option.[56]

Gordon began his professional career being named the starting running back for the Chargers' season opener, ahead of veterans Danny Woodhead and Branden Oliver. On September 13, 2015, he received his first career start against the Detroit Lions and finished the season opener with 14 carries, 51 rushing yards, three receptions, 16 receiving yards, and lost a fumble.[57] The next week, he carried the ball 16 times for a season-high 88 yards and made a 10-yard reception in a 24–19 loss at the Cincinnati Bengals.[58] On October 12, 2015, Gordon had seven catches for a season-high 52 yards and also accounted for 42 yards on 15 carries in a 20–24 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.[59] During a Week 6 matchup at the Green Bay Packers, he had seven attempts for 29 yards and lost two fumbles in a 20–27 loss.[60] After six consecutive starts to begin his career, Gordon was benched for the beginning of a Week 7 contest against the Oakland Raiders. He finished the game with seven carries for 29 yards.[61] Gordon returned to his starting role the next game at the Baltimore Ravens and carried the ball a season-high 18 times for 54 yards in a 26–29 loss.[62] In his last game of the season, he had 15 rushing attempts and 41-yards in a 30-14 victory over the Miami Dolphins.[63][64]

On December 21, 2015, the Chargers placed Gordon on season-ending injured reserve after sustaining a knee injury the previous day against the Miami Dolphins.[65] He finished his rookie season with 184 carries, 641 rushing yards, 33 receptions, 192 receiving yards, six fumbles, and no touchdowns in 14 games and 12 starts.[66]

2016 season

On May 10, 2016, it was revealed that Gordon had undergone microfracture surgery in January, but would still be ready for training camp and other activities starting in 2016.[citation needed] On September 11, 2016, Gordon scored his first two career rushing touchdowns in the season opener against the Kansas City Chiefs in an overtime loss. He finished the game with 14 carries for 57 yards.[67] After Danny Woodhead tore his ACL in Week 2 and was out for the season, Gordon became the Chargers' top running back for the 2016 season. In Week 2, against the Jacksonville Jaguars, he finished with 24 carries for 102 yards and a touchdown.[68] In the next game against the Indianapolis Colts, he was limited to only 35 rushing yards, but he also recorded his fourth rushing touchdown of the season.[69] In the next game, against the New Orleans Saints, he finished with only 36 rushing yards but had two more rushing touchdowns.[70] After the next two games without a rushing touchdown, he recorded 68 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns against the Atlanta Falcons.[71] In the next game, in a matchup against the Denver Broncos, he finished with 23 carries for 111 yards.[72] In Week 9, against the Tennessee Titans, he had his best game of the season with 32 carries for 196 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown while adding 65 receiving yards.[73] Over his last four appearances of the regular season, he totaled 229 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown before being injured. He finished the season rushing for 997 yards and 10 touchdowns to go along with 41 receptions for 419 yards and two touchdowns.[74] Gordon missed the final three games of the season after suffering hip and knee injuries, finishing just three yards shy of 1,000 yards rushing. Gordon was named to his first Pro Bowl as a replacement for injured Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell.[75]

2017 season

On September 11, 2017, in the season opener against the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football, Gordon returned from his injury and had 18 carries for 51 yards and five receptions for 25 yards and a touchdown from quarterback Philip Rivers.[76] In Weeks 2 and 3, he recorded a rushing touchdown in both games.[77][78] In Week 5, Gordon ran for 105 yards on 20 carries and had six catches for 58 yards and two touchdowns in a 27–22 win over the New York Giants, earning him AFC Offensive Player of the Week.[79] In the next game, against the Oakland Raiders, he recorded 83 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown, 67 receiving yards, and one receiving touchdown.[80] On October 29, against the New England Patriots, he had an 87-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter. He finished with 132 rushing yards and a touchdown.[81] From Weeks 14-16, he had a rushing touchdown in three straight games.[82][83][84] Overall, in the 2017 season, Gordon finished with 1,105 rushing yards, eight rushing touchdowns, 58 receptions, 476 receiving yards, and four receiving touchdowns.[85]

2018 season

On May 2, 2018, the Chargers picked up the fifth-year option on Gordon's contract.[86]

NFL statistics Season Rushing Receiving Fumbles Year Team GP GS Att Yards Avg Lng TD Rec Yards Avg Lng TD Fum Lost 2015 SD 14 12 184 641 3.5 27 0 33 192 5.8 18 0 6 4 2016 SD 13 11 254 997 3.9 48 10 41 419 10.2 35 2 2 2 2017 LAC 16 16 284 1,105 3.9 87T 8 58 476 8.2 49 4 1 0 Career 43 39 722 2,743 3.8 87 18 132 1,087 8.2 49 6 9 6

[87]

See also
  • List of NCAA major college football yearly rushing leaders
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