In fact, Cameron is amid a breakout season, and it continued on Sunday despite the Browns dropping a 23-17 contest to the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. Cameron caught all four of his targets for 81 yards versus a punishing defense,
Fantasy Spin: Having just four targets is not an encouraging stat for Cameron's owners, but he continues to put up TE1 numbers despite that. The 81 yards puts his season total to 596, and puts him on pace for just a hair under 1,200 receiving yards on the season.
Those are numbers that few tight ends in the league outside of Jimmy Graham and Rob Gronkowski could rival at a per-game average. Because of that, Cameron can continue to be slotted in as a TE1 for the foreseeable future. That includes the team's Week 9 matchup versus the Ravens., who are allowing an average of 62 receiving yards per game to opposing tight ends.