Trent Dilfer On Josh Rosen!

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  1. SCLSU Mud Dogs

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    I'll try to look but it was back in like 2014 or so.
     
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    Ok..it’s on NFL.com total access videos... Mayock interviewing Josh Rosen after his pro day... he tells him...”to me, you are the most natural thrower of the football I’ve seen in years”. I couldn’t Get the link but you’ll find it there!

    Found a link that refers to it!

     
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    I think the made the right move on Murray..Once in a decade type player..

    Josh is in prove it land, no more coddling, I wish him the best, he’s an engaging young man with arm talent.
     
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    I hope he’s right. I feel like Dilfer talks everyone up though. That’s kind of his role as a pundit
     
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    Dilfer is more of a positive guy than a negative guy, which is fine. He's certainly not as obnoxious as Gruden was. He also doesn't spew incredibly stupid hot takes for clicks, so I give him that.
     
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    What coddling?
     
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    “Arm Talent” =/= a 75 yard range with absolutely no accuracy. Josh Allen has very impressive arm strength, yes but probably the least talent of the ‘18 1st round rookie QBs.

    EDIT: maybe Lamar has less arm talent, time will tell on that I suppose.
     
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    Oh I agree that having a strong arm only means having a strong arm. All I said was no way Rosen has a better arm than Allen or even Tannehill. Being accurate is a complete different thing. Allen was under 60% in college for his career. Rosen ended his career right at 60% which is not very good either. I'm rooting for the guy and like the trade we made but I'm not gonna go crazy about this yet. Time will tell.
     
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    Not a big Rosen fan, but I do think you are underrating Rosens arm a bit. Its not better or on par with Allens, but dudes got a nuke.
     
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    I never said he had a bad arm. Only said his arm is not the best to come out in years.
     
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    Josh reminds me of an Eli Manning, Peyton Manning and Aaron Rogers combined into one.
     
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    RE % I think Rosen attacked down field more as opposed to dink and dunk inflated stats.
    Lots of evidence he can hit dudes in stride, hit back shoulder, and just get the pig in the right spot.

    RE arm strength -- there are plenty of vids showing him going 60-70 yards in the air @21 years old.
    That said I agree he doesn't have a titanic cannon but I think he's got some upside in that area with
    added strength. But it's not like his arm is deficient as is IMO.
     
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    The guy trying to tell us we are crazy for thinking Tua is an elite prospect had Lock as the best QB in the draft. As he falls to pick 45. The second round where QB prospects go to die.
     
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    Wow! Quite the hybrid concoction!

    His play action is very Peyton like. The delivery is vastly different.
    In fact Rosen has a more "effortless" looking delivery IMV.

    For me -- I really don't see a lot of Rodgers tho Rosen has shown the
    ability to get the ball out from weird angles -- so in that case I guess
    comparable to a degree. I think Josh is notably more "fluid" than
    Eli who's always looked kinda clunky (unnatural) to me.
     
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