Jordan Cameron, Brian Hoyer connect again for early Browns touchdown

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Hoyer tossed a two-yard touchdown to Cameron to give the Browns an early lead over the Bengals.

The whole Brian Hoyer to Jordan Cameron thing may be more than a one-week fad.

Hoyer connected with his big tight end on a fade route for a two-yard touchdown to give the Cleveland Browns a 7-0 lead over the Cincinnati Bengals, their third hookup in the last two games.

The duo paired up for scores twice last week in a win over the Minnesota Vikings, and Cameron also scored on a fake field goal. With five touchdowns on the season, Cameron is now tied with Eddie Royal for the NFL lead in touchdown receptions. He is the first Browns tight end since Kellen Winslow in 2007 to have least five scores in a season.

Cameron's touchdown reception capped a 95-yard drive to give the Browns an early lead over their AFC North rivals. Hoyer, starting his second consecutive game in place of the injured Brandon Weeden, is now 8-for-8 with 80 yards passing.

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