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Cam Jordan says it takes a miracle to beat the Saints

Kristian Garic
May 20, 2019 - 9:43 pm
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Saints defensive end Cam Jordan’s gregarious personality was on display at the Saints Hall of Fame Golf Tournament. “It feels like it takes a miracle to beat the Saints, and I’m okay with that,” said the All Pro defensive end. Of course Cam was referencing the “Minneapolis Miracle” loss to the Vikings in 2018 and the “NOLA NO Call” loss to the Rams in the NFC championship game this past January. I think I speak for the Who Dat Nation and the Black & Gold when I say...one team’s miracle is another team’s disaster.

The question surrounding the Saints this off-season has been strictly whether or not the team can move on from back to back heartbreaking post season exits.
Who better to reflect back and answer that question than the leader of the Black & Gold defense. “You’re sick to your stomach for no less than two months after it happens,” Jordan added.   But, it’s time to move on. Cam insists the focus this season is all about a Super Bowl ring. “At this point we have Drew and Thomas Morstead now that have rings from the Saints.  This is something we have to update. We gotta get everybody a ring. We have to not only do this for the city, but do it for the guys in the locker room that push so hard. Headed into year nine I’d love a Super Bowl ring NOW!” Jordan emphatically stated.

The Saints hit the field for the start of Organized Team Activities tomorrow. On paper the 2019 Saints are better than the 2018 team that came up short of reaching their ultimate goal of winning a Super Bowl. And Vegas agrees. Oddsmakers love the Saints to win it all this year.

The Saints added some playmakers on offense and defense in free agency and the draft. Cam Jordan isn’t having the “on paper” discussion, though. “I’m not here to talk paper. I’ve talked paper before. Until we get pads on and see how they actually move, I’m going to withhold my comments on that part. But I love the idea of where we are headed,” explained Jordan.

The Saints slogan last year was “prove them right.” This season it could it be, “Saints miracle time!”

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