Jordan Cameron, TE, Dolphins
|TE - #4||92.29||MIA||Active||5 years||27||6'5||260|
2015 Outlook: Solid/Safe PickLast updated on Dec-06-2015 by Shawn Childs
Week 13 DFS Update (12/5): Cameron has three catches or less in his last 10 games with only two TDs. Over his last six games he only has 19 targets (3.2 per game). In addition, his catch rate (45.4) remains a liability. Weak opportunity with no value in the daily games.
UPDATE (10/8): The targets have been there for Jordan Cameron, yet the production has eluded him. Expectations are unmet due to in large part to the Dolphins' unreliable offensive line. With so many tight ends exceeding expectations, it's best to play the hot hand and find a second option behind guys like Cameron.
Cameron was a complete bust in 2014 after his breakout season of 2013 in which he caught 80 passes for 917 yards with seven scores on 118 targets. His 2014 season started with a right shoulder issue in early August that was described as an AC joint injury. He reinjured the shoulder in Week 1 and didn't play the following week. When he returned to the lineup, Jordan wasn't the same player. He caught only 11 passes in his next five games for 203 yards and one TD on 26 targets. A concussion knocked him out of the Browns' lineup for another five games. Over the last four games of the season, Cameron caught 11 passes for 174 yards and one TD on 17 targets. In the end, his 2014 season was a failure due to health reasons. In 2013 and 2014 each, Tannehill completed 82 passes to tight ends. Jordan should have a top-10 opportunity with more upside due to his scoring ability. The depth of the Dolphins wide receiving corps and their solid running game should give Cameron much more favorable coverage. I see him catching 65 or so balls for more than 700 yards and about six TDs.
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2015 Mock Draft Results
August 5th, 2015
|9.10||RotoExperts/FNTSY @allinkid - My queue got cleared out this round, so since we have two flex spots, I didn't mind taking the upside of Cameron. There is no doubt that Cameron has Top 5 tight end potential if healthy for 16 games. (Comments Added Thu Aug 6 4:07:02 p.m. ET 2015)|
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