Jordan Cameron gives fantasy owners an immediate return with 108 yards and a touchdown

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Sleeper tight end Jordan Cameron can't go under the fantasy football radar anymore after eclipsing 100 yards and scoring a touchdown versus the Dolphins. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jordan Cameron caught nine passes for 108 yards and the Browns' only touchdown of the game versus the Dolphins on Sunday.

Cameron wasted no time in justifying his preseason hype with a dominant performance against the Dolphins' linebackers and secondary unit. The former basketball player showcased his athleticism, making sprawling catches and quickly asserting himself as a top option in a tight-end friendly offense.

Fantasy Spin: Waiting on tight ends was a popular strategy among fantasy footballers this year, and players like Cameron are the reason. He's already given an immediate return on what was likely a low investment to draft him, and there will be plenty more where that came from as the season progresses. Cameron owners can look forward to a juicy matchup versus the Ravens next week, a team that allowed 110 yards and two touchdowns to Julius Thomas in Week 1.

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