The Bengals are at home, talented, healthy, and pissed. The Rams are
poorly-coached, their QB is a stiff who lost his job to Case freakin' Keenum,
their receivers are awful, their O-line is practice squad-quality, and
the only unit on their team that could be considered a strength at this
point (D-line) is banged up and lining up against a stout Cincy O-line.
The only way things could be worse is if...oh, I don't know...one of
their teammates was nearly murdered or something. What makes you think that Rams will rebound in this spot?
"A gentle giant" who needs to become more aggressive
Needs to get stronger especially his lower body
Lateral quickness on defense
Summary: Jordan had a solid collegiate career at Tulsa, breaking the Conference USA record for career blocked shots. His size is his best attribute which will give him a chance to stick in the NBA. He projects as a bubble first-round pick because he's probably nothing more than a career backup.
Player Comparison: Tony Battie. Battie certainly didn't live up to his billing as the fifth-overall pick in the 1997 NBA Draft, but made a career in the NBA due to his size and ability to defend the center position. If Jordan is going to stick in the league, he will have to do the same since his overall game is somewhat limitied like Battie.