Jordan Cameron leads Browns in receiving for second straight week, continues to pay dividends in fantasy

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The sleeper-turned-stud of a tight end logged a 95-yard game for the Browns in their 14-6 defeat. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jordan Cameron led the Browns with five catches for 95 yards in the team's 14-6 defeat to the Ravens.

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It was an impressive encore to his monster Week One performance, as Cameron was able to cash-in on some mismatches over the middle of the Ravens defense. The Ravens had their hands full with Julius Thomas a week ago, and were once again gashed by an athletic tight end for big chunks of yardage. Cameron asserted himself as the top receiving option on the team with Josh Gordon sidelined due to a suspension, and that could continue even when Gordon returns in Week Three.

Fantasy Spin: Gordon's return could sap Cameron's targets amid what is still an inefficient offense, but it's also possible that Gordon's presence could be the cure to that ailment. If the Browns can find any sort of rhythm to the offense and sustain drives, it would be to Cameron's benefit. He has already shown he can make the most of limited opportunities, and should the Browns offense create more snaps, that will only bode well for his fantasy future. For now, he can be firmly entrenched as a TE1 with plenty of upside.

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