The 26-year-old caught 24 passes for 424 yards and two touchdowns after a breakout 2013 season in which he made 80 grabs for 917 yards and seven scores.
Except for one play,
But that one play was a beauty. Cameron got well behind the defense and snagged a bomb from Brian Hoyer, then sprinted into the end zone for an 81-yard touchdown five minutes into the fourth quarter to give his team a brief lead. He finished with three receptions for 87 yards.
It was the longest touchdown of his career. He will try to make more big plays next Sunday at Baltimore.
There haven't been many bigger disappointments in the Fantasy world than
Cameron, who had 80 receptions for 917 yards and a touchdown a year ago, heads into the final game of the season with just 383 yards on 21 receptions. 132 of those yards came on his two long touchdowns, and he has rarely been a red-zone target for the
Cameron was viewed as a rising star for the Browns before the season, but injuries and inconsistent play have put his future in question. His rookie contract expires at the end of the season, and the Browns have to decide whether to re-sign him or even extend the franchise tag to him, something that will cost them upwards of $7 million for next season.
Fantasy owners looking ahead to next season in keeper leagues might want to buy low on him, but this tough season has certainly changed Cameron's outlook. The future is murky for Cameron, who hardly looks like a starting-caliber Fantasy option at this point.
Everyone was a minor contributor to the meager offensive display by the
No receiver aside from Josh Gordon caught more than two passes. Those who did snag at least one were
"We gotta watch the tape, but we suck," he said via NFL Media.
Cameron led the meager receiving effort with four catches for 41 yards.
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