Jordan Cameron disappoints fantasy owners in Week 15

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Jordan Cameron caught just three passes for 23 yards in Sunday's loss to the Chicago Bears. We take a look at the fantasy implications.

Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron came back down to earth for fantasy owners on Sunday. Cameron finished the afternoon with just three catches for 23 yards against the Chicago Bears.

Cameron didn't even record his first catch until the second half. He was targeted six times, but Cleveland quarterback Jason Campbell struggled with his ball placement for most of the afternoon.

Two of Cameron's receptions came during garbage time during the fourth quarter. Cameron has just one touchdown through his past seven games. He had five TDs in the season's first seven games.

Fantasy impact: Cameron started the season as a top tight end, but he's barely putting up top-20 numbers over the past month. Fantasy owners who were hoping to roll with Cameron through their fantasy playoffs are likely disappointed with his output. He has several beatable matchups over his next few games, but the inconsistency of the Browns offense unfortunately makes Cameron a low-end TE1.

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