Sep 13, 2015; Landover, MD, USA; Miami Dolphins tight endJordan Cameron
(84) makes a diving catch past Washington Redskins free safety Trenton Robinson (34) during the second half at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports
Jordan Cameron will have 100+ yards receiving: FACT
The Jaguars have historically had a very tough time covering tight ends in the middle of the field and that poses a problem this week. The Dolphins shored up their tight end spot this offseason by signing Pro Bowler Jordan Cameron, a guy some Jaguar fans wanted in lieu of now injured Julius Thomas.
The Jaguars actually did a good job on Greg Olsen last week (only 1 reception for 11 yards) which means this week they will do a terrible job on Cameron because that’s how it goes with this team.
Cameron had a good opening game with the Dolphins (4 receptions for 73 yards) and he appears to be Tannehill’s go-to receiver already. He’s going to get plenty of targets and make Paul Posluszny work hard to cover him over the middle, a matchup that doesn’t exactly favor the Jaguars.
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