Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by Superself, May 4, 2019.
If Rosen just learns from his rookie mistakes, imagine the turnaround we are about to see.
Exactly... in the worst situation a rookie QB could walk into... his numbers were on a par with Darnold and Allen... whose fan bases are stoked about their future.
Gonna be fun watching these 2018 QB’s go at it...including Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson.
Bottom-line, whether Josh puts it together or not, there's much reason for optimism going into the season. It's hard to deny that we haven't had such a physically talented QB since #13. It's refreshing.
Ehh Tannehill had a lot of the physical tools but never put it all together
I'll say it again. Win ****ing win trade.
A very underrated benefit coming from this trade... Our FO and coaches get a full evaluation process to help them learn as a team how to evaluate and how to identify what they want in a top tier prospect.
This is a great dry run for them to prepare for 2020 draft if indeed they need to find a Franchise QB next year.
All the tools in the shed get full use this year. No one gets a pass.
Is is just me or does Rosen look like Aaron Rodgers now, with the beard?
I tend not to focus on other dudes "looks".
Women are a different story, but that's just how I, as an individual, roll.
Whichever camp you fall into, it's not really relevant to play on the field, IMO
Rosen’s the only player reason the white flag isn’t waving already.
Makes 2019 interesting.
It seems like you are really trying to convince someone you don't check out how males look which seems just like something someone who focuses on dudes looks would say.
I have my doubt more then before. In fact, I now believe you spend most of your free time considering the male figure.
It was a joke. No need to be defensive.
Don't like, you think he looks pretty cute with that beard.
He's single too, you might have a shot!
I doubt it.
I'm a few decades his senior.
This is a piss poor argument. The equivalent to hating on X for giving up a TD completion to DeAndre Hopkins. I'll take McVay as our coach in a heartbeat and wouldn't think twice about it.