Cleveland Browns fans are likely frustrated as their team fell to 4-7 after losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday afternoon. Their disappointment has been shared with Jordan Cameron owners. Cameron was targeted a whopping 10 times, but managed just three catches for 32 yards.
Quarterback Brandon Weeden entered the game in the third quarter after Jason Campbell suffered a head injury. Weeden targeted Cameron often enough, but the two simply couldn't connect. Cleveland quarterbacks were pressured all afternoon. Pittsburgh's defense finished with one interception, three fumble recoveries, and five sacks.
Fantasy impact: Cameron has gone from one of fantasy football's best tight ends to becoming one of the more underwhelming options at his position. Over the past three weeks, Cameron has a total of ten receptions, 65 yards, and no touchdowns. Of course, those three games were all against tough division rivals. Nonetheless, it's a concern for fantasy owners. Even if Brandon Weeden ends up starting in Week 13, Cameron can still be considered a low-end TE1 against a soft Jacksonville Jaguars defense.