The Finsiders
The Finsiders Blog
Instant Analysis on Dion Jordan
By on April 25, 2013 at 9:21 pm

Dion-JordanJohn Congemi, the former quarterback and Finsiders analyst shares his thoughts on the shocking trade that resulted in the Miami Dolphins selecting DE Dion Jordan from Oregon with the third overall pick in the Draft:

“It seems the Miami Dolphins have taken over the offseason, now they’ve taken over the early parts of the first round of this draft by selecting Oregon’s Dion Jordan, the defensive end. Six-foot-six, 248 pounds. He’s a big, strong defensive end and he’s fluid as a pass rusher.

“He’s going to be a great compliment to Cameron Wake on the opposite side, and it’s going to give Miami a dynamic they haven’t had; they’re going to have two guys coming off of the edge and that’s going to immediately help the defense, No. 1, putting pressure on opposing quarterbacks in the AFC East. But it’s going to help this secondary because any time you can put pressure on the quarterback, especially with the young and energetic Jordan coming off the edge opposite of Wake, the Miami Dolphins defense just got a whole lot better.”

RELATED: Dolphins Trade Up to Select Jordan

RELATED: Dion Jordan Photo Gallery

Please Note:
The opinions, analysis and/or speculation expressed by The Finsiders Blog represent those of individual writers, and unless quoted or clearly labeled as such, do not represent the opinions, policies or desires of the Miami Dolphins organization, front office, coaches and executives. Writers' views are formulated independently from any inside information and/or conversation with Dolphins officials, including the coaches and scouts, unless otherwise noted.

3 Responses to “Instant Analysis on Dion Jordan”

  1. trappedindenver says:

    We still need a LT…guess we wait till tomorrow to see what the chiefs will do!

  2. miamirulez23518 says:

    we’re screwed without a left tackle if the Branden alberts deal fails. oh well at least we have defense

Leave a Comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.