Cameron Jordan
DL NO (5)
1 week ago

Jordan had two tackles (both solo) in Thursday night's loss to the Falcons.

EDGE Analysis

It was a quiet game for the Saints' Pro Bowl defensive end, which shouldn't necessarily come as a surprise against a good Atlanta offensive line. Still, Jordan managed three quarterback hits and was awfully close to sacking Matt Ryan on a number of occasions. Facing a Jets offense that has allowed opponents to sack Josh McCown 35 times this year, Jordan could be in for a nice bounceback performance in Week 15.

Cameron Jordan
DL NO (5)
2 weeks ago

Jordan had six tackles (five solo) in Sunday's win against the Panthers.

EDGE Analysis

Jordan couldn't sack Panthers quarterback Cam Newton but his six total tackles led the Saints. New Orleans' Week 14 opponent, Atlanta, has given up only 16 sacks all season but the star defensive end continues to be a must-start in many IDP leagues due to his ability to rack up both sacks and consistent tackle totals.

Cameron Jordan
DL NO (5)
3 weeks ago

Jordan had four tackles, including two sacks, in Sunday's loss to the Rams. He also batted down a pair of passes.

EDGE Analysis

In a game in which the Saints defense struggled without its two starting cornerbacks, Jordan still impressed. The star defensive end is now up to 46 total tackles and 10 sacks on the year. Jordan is well on his way to another Pro Bowl and should continue to be a high-end starting defensive linemen in IDP leagues.

Cameron Jordan
DL NO (5)
4 weeks ago

Jordan had four tackles (all solo) and a sack in Sunday's win against the Redskins.

EDGE Analysis

Jordan upped his sack total to eight on the season, to go with 42 tackles. His ability to rack up sacks while maintaining a solid tackle floor makes Jordan one of the best IDP options along the defensive line. At this point there's little more that can be said about the dominant defensive end, and fantasy owners should continue to deploy Jordan with confidence.

Cameron Jordan
DL NO (5)
1 month ago

Jordan (back) was a limited participant in practice Friday, but was omitted from the Saints' injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Redskins, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.

EDGE Analysis

The lack of a full practice this week apparently won't impact Jordan's availability for the Week 11 matchup, so it's presumed that he'll take on a normal workload. The pass-rushing presence of Jordan, who has notched seven sacks to go with 38 tackles in nine games, has been beneficial for a New Orleans secondary whose dominance this season has keyed the Saints' hot start to the season.

Cameron Jordan
DL NO (5)
1 month ago

Jordan (back) was limited in practice Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

After logging a full practice Wednesday, Jordan suddenly appeared on the injury report Thursday, which may be a cause for concern. Details on the injury remain relatively unknown, but look for more updates to come once Friday's injury report is released. If he is ruled out or sees restricted snaps, expect Trey Hendrickson to see increased action.

Cameron Jordan
DL NO (5)
1 month ago

Jordan had seven tackles (five solo) and 1.5 sacks in Sunday's win against the Buccaneers.

EDGE Analysis

Jordan has ranked as one of the top edge defenders all year and he continued his excellent season on Sunday. His 38 total tackles rank fourth among NFL defensive linemen and his seven sacks are the 10th-most among all defenders. The former Pro Bowler is in his prime at 28 years old and is playing some of the best football of his career. IDP owners should continue to deploy him with confidence.

Cameron Jordan
DL NO (5)
2 months ago

Jordan had four tackles (two solo) and a half sack in Sunday's win against the Bears.

EDGE Analysis

After a week hiatus, Jordan returned to his sack-happy ways, combining with Kenny Vaccaro to take down rookie Mitchell Trubisky in the first half. Jordan now has 5.5 sacks on the season and is on pace to challenge his career-high of 12.5 sacks set in 2013. Fantasy owners should continue to start the stud defensive end in most IDP leagues.

Cameron Jordan
DL NO (5)
2 months ago

Jordan had three tackles (two solo) and a pass defense in Sunday's win against the Packers.

EDGE Analysis

Jordan was surprisingly held in check against a beat up Packers offensive line, but he still managed to notch a few tackles and bat down a pass. Jordan will have a great opportunity to build on his excellent season in Week 7 against rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.

Cameron Jordan
DL NO (5)
2 months ago

Jordan recorded five tackles (four solo), two sacks, three pass defenses, an interception and a touchdown in Sunday's win against the Lions.

EDGE Analysis

Wow. Jordan was an absolute menace in Week 6, constantly harassing Matt Stafford in the Detroit backfield and on the few occasions when he wasn't pressuring Stafford, Jordan was deflecting passes at the line. Jordan even turned one of those tipped passes directly into points, catching his own batted ball while standing in the end zone for a fourth-quarter touchdown that ended any hopes of a Lions comeback. With four sacks in his last three games, Jordan is once again showing why he's one of the best lineman in the league -- and a standout IDP option as well. Jordan will have a chance to continue to his current tear in Week 7 against a banged-up Packers offensive line.