Jason Campbell answers the bell in a big way for fantasy owners

Jared Wickerham

The Browns quarterback did everything he could to top the Pats and had a big fantasy day in the process. We break down the fantasy implications.

Cleveland Browns quarterback Jason Campbell completed 29 passes for 391 yards and three touchdowns in a 27-26 loss to the New England Patriots in Week 14. Campbell did not turn the ball over in the game.

Fantasy impact: Few expected the Browns to beat the Patriots on Sunday, but no fantasy owner out there can blame Campbell for that. He put together one of the best fantasy days of his career in Week 14.

A big reason for that success was the fact he connected so well with Jordan Cameron and Josh Gordon. Campbell targeted the tandem a combined 19 times and between the two of them, 16 of those pass attempts resulted in completions. That's an insanely high ratio.

Campbell probably won't play that high in the sky the rest of the year, so fantasy owners may want to consider other options in light of a possible let down from Campbell in Week 15.

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