Dray, who was not targeted in the Week 17 loss to Pittsburgh, finished the season with a total of six catches for 61 yards. Dray saw 17 or more offensive snaps in every game this season for Cleveland, but was used primarily as a blocking tight end and on special teams. He provides substantial real-life value for an organization, but won't be a factor in fantasy any time soon.
Dray had two receptions on two targets for 10 receiving yards in Sunday's loss to the Rams. Dray has been a reserve at tight end thus far, tallying just four receptions on six targets through seven games. With 30 total receiving yards on the season, it is safe to say that Dray doesn't hold much fantasy value at his point.
Browns backup tight end Jim Dray was not targeted Sunday in San Diego. Dray was not utilized in the passing game despite Cleveland needing to lean heavily on the aerial attack while behind in the second half. He was largely an afterthought while Gary Barnidge (10 targets) dominated the attention given to the position. He remains very unlikely to provide any Fantasy production.
Rather than play a standout role, Browns wideout Josh Gordon merely led a small group of minor contributors to a Sunday loss against the host Panthers. Gordon finished with four catches for 45 yards. Also chipping in were tight end Jim Dray and wideout Taylor Gabriel, both of whom caught just one short pass.
Another poor game by Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer resulted in little production from his receivers on Sunday. That group was led by tight end Jordan Cameron, who caught four passes for 41 yards, but had a mere one reception in the second half. Andrew Hawkins added four catches for 38 yards while Travis Benjamin (1-27), Taylor Gabriel (2-16) and tight end Jim Dray (1-3) also chipped in.
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