Receiver Josh Gordon was active for his second game with Kansas City on Sunday, but he didn’t get much playing time.
After Gordon was on the field for just nine snaps in his Week Five debut, he ended up playing just 11 in the Chiefs’ 31-13 victory over Washington. Gordon didn’t receive a target in the contest.
“Yeah, it just didn’t work out that way, but we’ll keep bringing him along,” head coach Andy Reid said on Monday, via ArrowheadPride.com.
Reid thinks Gordon is still getting up to speed and comfortable in the Chiefs system. It's hard for a player, even with Gordon's talent, to step right into significant playing time on a new team mid-season. But that said, Gordon could have some upside value in fantasy leagues down the line - WR2 is still a need for the Chiefs.