Jordan Cameron continues pleasing fantasy owners in first half

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The Browns' tight end had two first-half touchdowns Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Tight end Jordan Cameron had a big first half for the Cleveland Browns Sunday, notching two receiving touchdowns as the Browns lead the Minnesota Vikings 24-17 at halftime. He ended the half with three receptions on four targets for 41 yards.

Cameron's first touchdown, the first play of the second quarter, came on a 19-yard pass from the team's new starting quarterback, Brian Hoyer. His second was on a fake field goal try, catching an 11-yard touchdown from the team's punter and field-goal holder Spencer Lanning.

Fantasy impact: Cameron had 203 yards and a touchdown on 14 receptions entering Sunday. He's been among fantasy's most-added players so far, and at this point, there's no reason he shouldn't be 100 percent owned.

The Browns' offensive weaponry basically boils down to Cameron and just-back-from-suspension Josh Gordon. The team is going to look to him, almost by default. At this point, Cameron should be a top-five or six tight end going forward.

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