Saints’ Cameron Jordan Trolls Ben Roethlisberger, Says Eli Manning’s More Of A Hall Of Famer

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Cameron Jordan of the New Orleans Saints is a helluva football player; and he’s an expert troll, too. After being named to his fourth Pro Bowl the other day, the only other thing Jordan had to do was get his mother f*cking troll on — and his target was his team’s competition this week, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

For all intents and purposes, Roethlisberger, who has two Super Bowl victories on his resume, is a surefire Hall of Famer. However, if you ask Cameron Jordan about his thoughts on Big Ben, well, he’ll tell you he thinks the guy is mediocre at best, even claiming that Eli Manning’s career — who also has two Super Bowl rings — is better overall. Take a listen to Jordan’s burn below.

This is troll mastery, guys. Not only did Cameron Jordan go after Cam Newton last week before his team’s Monday Night Football game against the Panthers — where he sent the quarterback a bottle of wine to get in his head a bit — but now he’s taking aim at his next opponent, Ben Roethlisberger, who is about as fragile as possible given all that he’s endured this season. For Jordan to suggest that Eli Manning’s the better of the two quarterbacks, that’s a low blow.

While he did offer up his overall opinion of Roethlisberger’s career by giving the Steelers some bulletin board material, Cameron Jordan did praise Big Ben a little bit during the same interview. Here’s what he had to say about Ben’s escapability in the pocket and extending plays, via Steelers Depot.

“Big Ben is a monster of a quarterback in the backfield. He is able to extend plays,” Jordan said. “He has one of the top duo wide receivers in the league.”

A tasty matchup between the Saints and Steelers just got even sweeter thanks to this sh*t talk, so let’s see who wins this showdown between Cameron Jordan and Ben Roethlisberger.

(H/T Steelers Depot)


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