Jordan recorded six tackles (five solo), including four sacks and four tackles for loss, in the Saints' 26-18 win over the Falcons on Thursday.
Jordan dominated in Thursday's win, getting to Matt Ryan four times on a night the Saints' defense recorded nine sacks. With this performance, Jordan is now up to an NFL-leading 13.5 sacks on the season -- a new career high. With four games left on the season, the talented defensive end has a good chance to add to his healthy sack total.
Jordan recorded three tackles (one solo), 1.5 sacks and a tackle for a loss in the Saints' 34-17 blowout victory over the Buccaneers on Sunday.
Jordan bounced back in this one after failing to record a sack in Week 11 and finishing with only two tackles in that contest. He's up to 9.5 sacks on the season, and the Saints have two favorable matchups over the next two weeks in Carolina and Atlanta, where the veteran will look to add to his team-leading sack total.
Jordan finished with two tackles (two solo) in the Saints' 26-9 loss to the Falcons on Sunday.
Jordan's two-tackle afternoon ended a four-game streak of his recording at least one sack, dating back to Week 5. Despite the disappointing game, Jordan remains the Saints' most elite pass rusher, who's still on pace for 14.0 sacks this season. He'll look to get back on track against division rival Tampa Bay in an exploitable Week 11 matchup.
Jordan finished with two tackles (both solo), one sack and a tackle for a loss in the Saints' 31-9 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday.
The ever-reliable defensive end got to rookie Kyler Murray in the blowout victory, and he's now accumulated eight sacks through the team's first eight games. Jordan heads into the bye week on pace for 16.0 sacks -- a mark that would eclipse his current season high (13.0) set in 2017.
Jordan produced two tackles (both solo) and two sacks in the Saints' 36-25 win over the Bears on Sunday.
Jordan was able to get to Mitchell Trubisky twice Sunday, bringing his season sack total to seven through seven games. He's recorded a sack in all but two games this season, and the veteran defensive end is in the midst of a huge defensive tear -- he's produced five sacks over his last three contests. Next up is the shaky Cardinals offensive line and mobile rookie, Kyler Murray.
Jordan racked up four tackles (three solo) and two sacks during Sunday's 13-6 road win in Jacksonville.
Playing in 54 of 59 defensive snaps in the game, Jordan moved his season sack total up to five through six games. The 30-year-old now has 23 tackles as well, proving to be a menace on the field and a solid IDP option. He and the Saints defense will draw a great matchup for Week 7 on the road against the Chase Daniel-led Chicago offense.
Jordan recorded four tackles (three solo), two sacks and two tackles for a loss in the Saints' 13-6 win over the Jaguars on Sunday.
Jordan got to Gardner Minshew twice for his fourth and fifth sacks of the season. The veteran defensive end continues to make a weekly impact for the Saints' formidable front. He'll get another chance to make big plays when the Saints travel to Soldier Field to face Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears in Week 7.
Jordan totaled one solo tackle, one sack and one tackle for a loss in the Saints' 31-24 win over the Buccaneers on Sunday.
Jordan's single tackle was his lowest total of the season in that department, though he still recorded his third sack in five games. He remains a high-upside IDP play due to his ability to get into the backfield.
Jordan (calf) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers.
Jordan began the week as a limited participant, but his full participation at Friday's practice clears him of a potential injury designation. The 30-year-old had 11 tackles and two sacks through the first two games of the season but has six tackles and zero sacks in the last two contests.
Jordan (calf) was limited in Wednesday's practice, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Jordan played 98 percent of snaps on defense during Sunday's win over the Cowboys, recording three tackles (two solo). Unfortunately, he also appears to have picked up a calf injury during the contest. It's encouraging that Jordan was limited to begin the week instead of missing practice entirely, but the extent of his participation Thursday and Friday will be worth keeping an eye on.
Jordan recorded five tackles (all solo), one sack and one tackle for a loss in the Saints' 27-9 loss to the Rams on Sunday.
Jordan recorded his second sack in as many games and finished second to only Eli Apple (seven) in tackles. Jordan provided one of only three sacks for New Orleans on a day where the Rams' offense hung 27 points on the Saints' defense. He could have had a much bigger day, as he scooped up a Jared Goff fumble and ran it 87 yards for a defensive touchdown, though the play was blown dead despite a review confirming Goff fumbled. Jordan is one of the better defensive linemen in the game, and he provides plenty of weekly upside.
Jordan recorded five tackles (four solo), one sack and one tackle for a loss in the Saints' 30-28 win over the Texans on Monday.
Jordan picked up where he left off last season by recording five tackles and sacking DeShaun Watson. Jordan is one of the best in the game at getting to the opposing QB, as he led the Saints in sacks last season (12.0) and has averaged 10.0 sacks over the past five seasons.
Jordan agreed to a three-year, $52.5 million contract extension with the Saints on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
As expected, after having another huge season, the Saints have locked up their star defensive end through 2023. Jordan, who turns 30 years old in July, saw a slight decrease in production in 2018 but still recorded 49 total tackles and 12 sacks on the year. On top of providing consistent production for the Saints, Jordan has also been durable throughout his career, making this extension a no-brainer for New Orleans.
Jordan had three tackles (all solo) in Sunday's divisional-round playoff win over the Eagles.
After earning All-Pro honors in 2017, Jordan's production took a small step backwards this season. Still, with 49 tackles (36 solo), 12 sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery, he had another excellent year by almost any account. He also recorded six pass defenses, as he remains one of the best in the league at batting down passes at the line. Jordan will be 30 years old in July, so there's a chance his production starts to wane as he ages, but until we see it, he should continue to be one of the top IDP options in fantasy.
Jordan had four tackles (four solo), two sacks and one pass defensed in the Saints' win over the Buccaneers on Sunday.
It was the third consecutive game Jordan has been able to rack up two sacks, which brings his season sack total to 12. Jordan and the Saints will take on Carolina in Week 15.
Jordan had seven tackles (three solo), two sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in Thursday's loss against the Cowboys.
Jordan was all over the place as he played all but five defensive snaps. He came up with a key strip-sack and fumble recovery late in the fourth quarter, though the Saints were unable to convert it into points. The 29-year-old has 10 sacks for the season and two sacks apiece in each of the past two games.
Jordan recorded four tackles (all solo) and two sacks during Thursday's 31-17 win over the Falcons.
Jordan recorded his eighth sack of the season Thanksgiving Day, and he also logged his highest single-game tackle total since Week 3. The veteran's lack of consistent weekly tackles makes him difficult to trust in IDP formats, but he does possess some value due to his ability to reach the quarterback. He'll face a tough matchup against the Cowboys' offensive line Week 13.
Jordan recorded one tackle for loss during Sunday's 48-7 win over the Eagles.
Though Jordan's lone tackle went for an eight-yard loss Sunday, he failed to otherwise make an impact in a game that was virtually over before it started.. Because he doesn't rack up significant tackle numbers, Jordan's only real IDP value comes from his ability to get to the quarterback, though he has just one sack over his past five games.
Jordan had one tackle -- a sack -- in Sunday's win against the Bengals.
With only 25 tackles through nine games, Jordan is well off the 62-tackle pace he set as an All-Pro last season. Still, with six sacks and three pass defenses, Jordan remains a valuable contributor in IDP leagues.
Jordan made two tackles in Sunday's win against the Ravens.
Baltimore boasts one of the better offensive lines in the league, and Jordan was unable to add to his team-high five sacks. Still, the All-Pro defensive end has recorded at least two tackles in every game this season and remains a solid option in most IDP leagues due to his ability to provide versatile weekly production.
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