Jordan Cameron gives fantasy owners 3 TDs

Hannah Foslien

The Browns tight end had huge scoring Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron was a fantasy monster Sunday, with three of his six catches going for touchdowns. Cameron had 66 receiving yards, including a seven-yard catch with less than a minute remaining that gave the Browns the 31-27 victory.

Cameron also had a 19-yard touchdown catch on the team's first play of the second quarter, and also scored on an 11-yard pass from punter Spencer Lanning on a fake field goal attempt.

Fantasy impact: Cameron now sits at 269 yards and four touchdowns on 14 receptions through the season's first three games. Despite that strong production, though, Cameron is still owned in only 88 percent of Yahoo! leagues, and starting in only 50.

That number has to rise going forward. Even before his huge Sunday, Cameron was the sixth-ranked tight end in football, and he and Charles Clay were only tight ends in the top 13 who were under 90 percent owned. Cameron will obviously shoot up the tight-end rankings this week, and it's hard to see a scenario where he isn't now a must-start.

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