24-Year-Old Defensive End – New Orleans Saints
2013 Fantasy Football Outlook
It will be interesting to see whether New Orleans' switch to the 3-4 harms Jordan's productivity, but given his game was always more about strength and anchoring ability than it was athleticism, he sh...
Cameron Jordan Contract Information:
Signed four-year, $7.7 million contract with the Saints in August 2011.
Jordan made three tackles (one solo) in Monday's loss to the Seahawks.
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Cameron Jordan: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Jordan exploited the Falcons' patchwork offensive line for his best game of the season. While he is unlikely to post such relatively high tackle totals most weeks, he continues to be a dominant force rushing the passer, as evidenced by his 9.5 sacks this season, tied for fifth-most in the NFL. While next week's opponent, Seattle, presents a run-based attack, its offense ranks in the bottom half of the league in sacks allowed, meaning Jordan could again be in for a big day. However, the Seahawks, who were finally healthy last week after suffering through numerous injuries on the offensive line all season, allowed only one sack in Week 11 against the Vikings.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)After a two-game drought, Jordan returned to the sack column as he harassed Kaepernick all afternoon, constantly beating the 49ers' touted offensive line. Though he doesn't offer much in the tackle department - only 26 tackles on the season - Jordan continues to be a menace as a pass rusher and warrants starting at the defensive line position in many IDP leagues.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
After being selected in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft, Jordan's first season in New Orleans hardly went as expected, as he managed only one sack and 18 tackles despite appearing in every game last year. This year, Jordan will enter as an unquestioned starter along the defensive line and should improve on last year's numbers but he will have a lot to prove to show he was worthy of a first round pick a year ago.
While Jordan isn’t guaranteed to start in New Orleans, it will be a surprise if he doesn't earn a starting spot within the first month of the season or so. The Saints' 2011 first-round draft pick, Jordan is a strong, high-motor talent who projects best on the strong side, where he should get plenty of opportunities to make plays against the run. Capable of lining up inside or out, it wouldn’t be shocking if Jordan plays as many snaps as anyone on the Saints defensive line this season.