Seer of Visions
- Jun 2, 2004
- Reaction score
- Weeki Wachee, Florida
The whole league knew they were drafting Murray and HAD to trade Rosen, creating a buyers market....Rosen’s rumors persisted, even the false narrative he didn’t want to compete.... QB needy teams drafted QB’s...You don't find it weird that there was supposedly some near unanimous consensus on Rosens value, but literally every team who needed a QB picked someone else with higher picks?
How about the fact that the Patriots are looking for Brady's heir, and they didn't offer anymore than we did? Can't blame incompetent orginizations with that one.
Again, the market is what it is. If he had a top 10 value today someone would have given them a hell of a lot more than a late second. That's just common sense.
This isn't to say Rosen can't be great (personally I don't see it, but I've certainly been wrong before). The league misses on guys all the time. But you can't sit here and tell me the league values him as a top 10 pick yet 31 teams didn't feel like giving up better than a late second for him. That defies all logic.
The fact is Rosen is a very polished, outstanding passer... and if the those rumors are false, Miami scores big!