Cam Jordan thinks Saints can win Super Bowl with Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams

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Cameron Jordan, New Orleans Saints. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
Cameron Jordan, New Orleans Saints. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images) /
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Cam Jordan’s best chance at winning a Super Bowl, seemingly came about the past few years. The current Saints defensive end was appreciative of his time spent with Drew Brees but after watching him walk out the door and head into retirement, Jordan is well aware that his Super Bowl hourglass is slowly wasting away.

In addition to the Saints needing to steady their quarterback ship, not to mention the departure of Sean Payton, the franchise could benefit from having another offensive piece added to the mix as well. While Jordan isn’t privy to what ownership decides to do, in the end, the multiple-time Pro Bowler believes one phone call to the Green Bay Packers will solve all of their problems.

“I’m simply saying if he wants to be outlandish with the requests if I want to be outlandish with the wish list, I know Davante Adams isn’t under contract,” said Jordan on FanSided’s Stacking the Box podcast. “Can I think of a better one-two combo than a healthy Mike Thomas and then a Davante Adams and then an Aaron Rodgers? I know I am asking for Christmas stuff in February but there is probably been more impossible tasks accomplished.”

Davante Adams and Michael Thomas on the same team with Rodgers would be unfair

Presently, as mentioned by Jordan, Adams is weighing his options. The two-time All-Pro selection torched defenders this season, racking up 1,553 yards and 11 touchdowns. Those numbers would fit in beautifully, Jordan believes, next to Thomas. During his last healthy season, which took place in 2019, Thomas was a monster in his own right. He put up 1,725 receiving yards, 149 receptions, and nine touchdowns.

If Jordan gets Adams to sign on the dotted line, he believes it only makes sense for Rodgers to come onboard. Having spent well over a decade and a half in Green Bay, with only one Super Bowl ring to show for it, Jordan is eager to prove to Rodgers that his future success resides in New Orleans.

Let’s play the hypothetical game here. Let’s say both Rodgers and Adams inform New Orleans that joining their franchise is number one on their wishlist. It would take some wildly creative cap space thinking to make it work since New Orleans is pegged to be at least $60 million over the cap.

Regardless of how things get done, Jordan urges New Orleans to make it happen. If not, Jordan could find himself playing for high draft picks instead of Super Bowl titles.

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