NFL 2013 Fantasy Football Sleeping 7: Jordan Cameron Will Seek and Destroy

August 24, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Jordan Cameron, to many casual fans, is a man without a face.  He plays for a perennial loser at a position that is currently suffering an identity crisis in terms of star power.  Could the ingredients for a sleeper be any more perfect?    
The emphasis on the five-yard chuck rule entering the 2004 season turned the NFL into The Wizard of Oz for tight ends.  What was once black and white would soon become embellished in technicolor. 
Prior to the rule-change, tight ends were seen as glorified blockers.  For every Tony Gonzalez, there were about five Boo Williams'.  Coming anywhere close to the 1,000-yard mark for a season was seen as a rarity.  Eclipse it, and you were—well—Tony Gonzalez. 
But following the 2003 season, a controversial finish to yet another Tom Brady playoff win over Peyton Manning led to the beginning of a trend in the NFL.  The ramifications of this trend are still felt to this day.&nbs...

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