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Jeremiah and Brooks: Josh Rosen Could Slide; Colts Looking to Trade

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The shame of all of this is more and more folks keep mocking Allen to buffalo, and not just mocking allen to Buffalo, but they have us trading up for him.

 

This organization will lose every ounce of my trust if they take Allen over Rosen.

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16 hours ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

Good listen with Brooks talking NFL draft.

 

Has Rosen as the best QB in the draft in the long term.

Brooks’s explanation for why the Giants will turn down a boatload of picks to stay at 2 and take Chubb is not very convincing.  If they do that, gettleman is just not very smart.

8 minutes ago, BillsFan17 said:

The shame of all of this is more and more folks keep mocking Allen to buffalo, and not just mocking allen to Buffalo, but they have us trading up for him.

 

This organization will lose every ounce of my trust if they take Allen over Rosen.

So you wouldn’t even  be willing to give Allen a chance to suit up before you write him off, along with the entire Bills organization?  Even though many have Allen going number 1 overall?  Seems like an absurdly pig-headed stance....

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13 hours ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

That was a good read. I suggest that anyone who is strongly against drafting Rosen should read this. 

 

I see many of the same things Cosell does when I watch Rosen play. He did a good job of highlighting Rosen's strengths IMO. Kind of debunks some of the stuff about Rosen's mobility, too. 

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Just now, 26CornerBlitz said:

Noooooooo!

 

You guys might think I'm kidding but if this happens I'm done with nfl football forever. I can't deal with the Pats being good for another decade. I'll just follow baseball and then college football and basketball

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2 minutes ago, kdiggz said:

You guys might think I'm kidding but if this happens I'm done with nfl football forever. I can't deal with the Pats being good for another decade. I'll just follow baseball and then college football and basketball

 

This development would be very disheartening. They just traded away Jimmy G with Brady's career winding down and if they pull this off. :sick:

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4 minutes ago, kdiggz said:

You guys might think I'm kidding but if this happens I'm done with nfl football forever. I can't deal with the Pats being good for another decade. I'll just follow baseball and then college football and basketball

 

Im with ya. 

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1. QB Josh Rosen, UCLA

 

Where He Wins: Play after play a coach knows what he is getting from a footwork, mechanics and technique standpoint. Ideal pocket passer in terms of working inside of structure with timing to locate the correct read and deliver the ball. Willing to attack every level of the defense and deliver footballs just before being hit. Rosen can rifle passes into tight windows or put touch on throws when necessary. Will make subtle movements inside of structure to find space in the pocket. He sees the field better than any other quarterback in this class.

 

Forecast: I don’t know Rosen’s medicals (shoulder and head). I have never met Josh Rosen. But in life generally, I appreciate people who speak their mind and display self-awareness. There will be a team at the top of the draft who clicks with Rosen. Many successful young quarterbacks in the NFL possess above average mobility. I don’t think Rosen offers that.

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I wouldn't mind a 12+22, and a 3rd next year for Rosen at 6. The Bills land a top QB prospect, keep most of their draft capital in 2019 (I think you can live with not having a 3rd esp considering you have 2 4th round picks), and still have picks 53, 56, 65, and 96 to fill other needs. 

 

I think for the Colts you set the table with picks 12, 22, 36, 37, 49, and 67 while having extra picks in the 2nd and 3rd next year. That's a haul of picks in 2 consecutive draft classes. 

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7 hours ago, mannc said:

Brooks’s explanation for why the Giants will turn down a boatload of picks to stay at 2 and take Chubb is not very convincing.  If they do that, gettleman is just not very smart.

So you wouldn’t even  be willing to give Allen a chance to suit up before you write him off, along with the entire Bills organization?  Even though many have Allen going number 1 overall?  Seems like an absurdly pig-headed stance....

Absurdly pig headed, are you kidding me? First of all idc who has him rated where, I formulate my own opinions. You are going off what the media is telling you and coming at me with this nonsense.

 

Formulate your own opinions before you bash someone for taking a stance on their opinions.

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25 minutes ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

Nice to hear a ringing endorsement of Rosen by Stanford HC David Shaw. 

I really think, any negative reports about Rosen are either teams hoping he falls, or have front offices afraid of a player who isnt afraid to ask why.

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On 4/16/2018 at 9:33 PM, Pete said:

And I think it would be wonderful to build our oline.  Dawkins is 23.  Let's add a few other youngsters and play smash mouth

This has been our motto since Kelly retired.

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10 hours ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

This development would be very disheartening. They just traded away Jimmy G with Brady's career winding down and if they pull this off. :sick:

Ugh, yes it would. It seems an eternity already. Could Gronkowski be the difference that gets a deal done for the Pats ? What can they offer that the Bills cannot trump? He' d be worth more than any pick the Bills could throw in to a move-up bid. 

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