Jordan Cameron cements status as top tier fantasy tight end

Adam Bettcher

The Browns' tight end and number-one pass catcher found the end zone three times in a Week 3 win over the Vikings. We break down the fantasy implications.

Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron caught six passes for 66 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 31-27 win over the Minnesota Vikings in Week 3. Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer filled in nicely for Brandon Weeden and it looks like he's got quite the rapport going with Cameron, particularly when points are at stake.

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Fantasy Impact: Cameron impressed people going back to the preseason and his success has carried over to the games that count. Though the return of wide receiver Josh Gordon might have had some fantasy owners thinking that Cameron's targets may decrease, the ball still came his way 11 times, so for now a reduced workload isn't a concern. That said, the Browns did put up 31 points, with Hoyer attempting 54 passes. Those number of attempts aren't typical even among the most pass minded offenses in the league. Cameron has been one of the great stories of this young season and fantasy owners who grabbed him in the later rounds have to be excited about his prospects for the rest of the season.

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