Posted: 8:10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 16, 2013
By Jack Choros
Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron put up five catches for 95 yards on seven targets in a 14-6 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2. Though quarterback Brandon Weeden proved ineffective against the Ravens defense, Cameron is showing that he can produce even when the Browns aren't scoring a lot of points, which should be a re-occurring theme this year.
Fantasy impact: Cameron was a popular sleeper pick among fantasy owners as he played really well for the Browns in the pre-season. Two weeks into the real season, the third-year tight end out of USC has seen a solid 20 balls thrown his way and is proving he's on the cusp of being a number one fantasy option at the position despite the fact the Browns aren't expected to make much of an impact as a team in the standings. Expect Cameron's success to continue against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 3 as Brandon Weeden's most reliable option.