Super Bowl 2015 Is Goal Of Saints' Cameron Jordan

Posted: Jul 9 2014, 8:04am CDT | by , in Super Bowl


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Super Bowl 2015 is Goal of Saints' Cameron Jordan

New Orleans Saints pass rusher Cameron Jordan said in an interview that he needs a Super Bowl now.

The Super Bowl 2015 is on February 1st 2015, but that does not mean that the big game is not already on NFL players minds. New Orleans Saints player Cameron Jordan seems pretty psyched about the next Super Bowl. In an interview with NFL he said: "I want a Super Bowl," Jordan emphasized. "I'm heading into my fourth year, I need it. And it's in Arizona this year. ... I'm from there, and I need it."

Well he sure is not the only NFL player who "needs a Super Bowl." Watch the full interview with Cameron Jordan on Interesting fact related to yesterday's massive win of Germany over Brazil in the World Cup. The game broke Twitter's record for most Tweets per minute for a Sports event. 35.6 million Tweets/minute where posted compared to the 24.9 million of the previous record held by Super Bowl 2014.

The Super Bowl 2015 will take place on February 1, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, home of the Arizona Cardinals.

We will again of course feature and report about all 2015 Super Bowl ads. Check out the best Super Bowl 2014 Ads again now.

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