Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is easily one of the leagues young and upcoming tight ends. He was also one of the very few bright spots for the Browns in last week’s loss against the Miami Dolphins, catching nine balls for 108 yards and a touchdown.
The Ravens have had history of not being able to contain young and upcoming tight ends, dating back to last weeks game against the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos young and upcoming tight end Julius Thomas only caught the ball five times, but those five times resulted in 110 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
Ravens safety Michael Huff was the primary defender on both of Thomas’s touchdown receptions.
The Ravens cannot enter Sunday’s game against the Browns with Huff as the primary defender on Cameron. They must provide different looks toward Cameron to keep him on his toes and guessing.
Cameron will certainly present another challenge for the Ravens defense this Sunday. Given the Ravens already have experienced against one of the leagues young and upcoming tight ends in Julius Thomas last week, it’s hard to imagine that the Ravens defense hasn’t already lived and learned from it by now.