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2 hours ago, H2o said:

I feel bad for Rosen in a way. The guy is going to get absolutely murdered behind that OL. He better channel his inner Brady and get his passes off in about 1.5 seconds, hit or miss. 

LOL....

 

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Josh Rosen on being drafted 10th: “There were nine mistakes ahead of me.”

7:45 PM - 26 Apr 2018
Somehow I don't think Rosen thought things would work out this way.
 
"He wasn't the guy everyone rallied around in college and you don't have to dig around for too long to find people who said he was hard to coach. He's definitely talented. Nobody questions that. But he's going to have to get grown men to buy into him as their leader. That is not a given." -- NFL Executive
 
I always questioned his HEART. It appears he is going to need more than that if he wants to stay in the league going forward and luck in the league has escaped him so far.
 
                                                           
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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13 minutes ago, BullBuchanan said:

As a big fan of Fitz, and a believer that BB is the real magician in Foxboro, I hope that happens for him if it doesn't come at our expense.

 

I'm a big fan a Fitz too and also believe BB is the main reason for the Pats success but as long as he's coaching NE it will always be at the Bills expense unfortunately. I must say though that if they did make it to the super bowl it would be hard not to root for Fitz.

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3 hours ago, boco357 said:

Fitz last rodeo hopefully for him. I think he would make a good announcer on tv

He would probably make a GREAT color guy, especially if he can find a way to work his sense of humor into the broadcasts without getting into too much trouble.

 

 

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2 hours ago, jeremy2020 said:

Miami finally figured out what they need to do:

 

1. Start Rosen

2. Watch Rosen die behind their OL

3. Backup Fitzpatrick comes in and the god are pleased that the Fitzpatrick cycle is restored.

 

They tried to circumvent the Fitzpatrick cycle and paid for it. 

 

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Well, the guy did go to Harvard.  He is no dummy.  He's been able to play pro football for a lot longer than some people with more talent manage to do.  He's never had the ginormous payday a franchise QB gets, but over time he's made many millions of dollars.  He's a good guy in a stable marriage, and he's stayed healthy so he'll have many good years to enjoy the fruits of his labors.  

 

Ryan Fitzpatrick is a role model for all the people who are pretty good at their jobs and who make the system work for them.  

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3 minutes ago, Utah John said:

Well, the guy did go to Harvard.  He is no dummy.  He's been able to play pro football for a lot longer than some people with more talent manage to do.  He's never had the ginormous payday a franchise QB gets, but over time he's made many millions of dollars.  He's a good guy in a stable marriage, and he's stayed healthy so he'll have many good years to enjoy the fruits of his labors.  

 

Ryan Fitzpatrick is a role model for all the people who are pretty good at their jobs and who make the system work for them.  

As of May 2017, Fitz had earned FIFTY ONE MILLION DOLLARS.

 

That was before he went to Tampa and now Miami.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Utah John said:

Well, the guy did go to Harvard.  He is no dummy.  He's been able to play pro football for a lot longer than some people with more talent manage to do.  He's never had the ginormous payday a franchise QB gets, but over time he's made many millions of dollars.  He's a good guy in a stable marriage, and he's stayed healthy so he'll have many good years to enjoy the fruits of his labors.  

 

Ryan Fitzpatrick is a role model for all the people who are pretty good at their jobs and who make the system work for them.  

 

What...does that have to do with anything in my post?

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4 hours ago, PS 56 said:

If I were Rosen, I don't know that I would welcome this news.

 

 

If I was Rosen I'd have a case of Planters Fakeitis diagnosed by Jarius Bird's doctor.

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You might as well from an evaluation standpoint. Fitz isn’t the future, Rosen could be. May finish #1 overall, see what ya got before ya draft another one.

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3 hours ago, TigerJ said:

It was inevitable, but unfortunately for Rosen making the switch is unlikely to help a thing.  The Dolphins need about 2 drafts and three years' time to help matters, if they draft smart.

 

Well if they keep dumping players they will have half the first round in next draft to restock.

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3 hours ago, H2o said:

I feel bad for Rosen in a way. The guy is going to get absolutely murdered behind that OL. He better channel his inner Brady and get his passes off in about 1.5 seconds, hit or miss. 

 

It’s not anyone else’s fault Rosen isn’t athletic. Allen not only survived the storm last year, but hurdled it, flew over it, weaved around it, and stiff armed through it. That is why Allen was picked over Rosen. The Chosen One was chosen by the powers to be the sacrificial lamb of the.NFL, so for any team that wants the number one pick this year, then next year, then the year after, Rosen will  be that guy. On the bright side, I think his confidence will eventually turn to normal levels. 

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4 hours ago, Warcodered said:

Seems the alter in Miami demands another sacrifice.

alter or altar. Both have meaning here  : )

4 hours ago, DJB said:

Dolphins current QB situation

 

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OMG i watched that ten times and laughed my ... off

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4 hours ago, Reed83HOF said:

 

Of course Josh Allen was placed in an inept offensive squad last year (o line with one returning, Charles Clay, unknown WR’s and McCoy who stunk). Yet no one felt bad for him. He made the most of it. I look at this as an “expert” trying to salvage the last bit of credibility who donned Rosen “most NFL ready”. Sorry Louis, can’t backtrack now. Rosen should have used his “NFL ready” athleticism to carry the offense like the “wrong Josh” did. 

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Good for Ryan.   No need to get his body ruined playing for a team that doesn't want to win.

 

Now he can get to work on siring kid number eight...

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4 hours ago, Say When... said:

you get the feeling that right now there isn't anything the Dolphins can do to make people think they are headed down the right path...

 

and then they go and do this.

 

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Creating dysfunctional methods  where no man has gone before. Something to behold. To Be  Dolphins player right  now? wow. To be Rosen ? Holy Hand grenades Batman !

4 hours ago, TigerJ said:

It was inevitable, but unfortunately for Rosen making the switch is unlikely to help a thing.  The Dolphins need about 2 drafts and three years' time to help matters, if they draft smart.

hilarious

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Huh I guess Miami wasn't just protecting their investment in Josh Rosen, like I was told by a few people here. He actually lost an open QB competition to Ryan Fitzpatrick.

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6 hours ago, Marv's Neighbor said:

Reminds me of Bum Phillips' quote about Don Shula;  :He can take his'n and beat your'n, then he can take your'n and beat his'n." ~ Bum Phillips.

Wasn't that'n bout Bear Bryant?

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2 hours ago, Limeaid said:

 

Well if they keep dumping players they will have half the first round in next draft to restock.

Well, I'm not sure they have any more players who are worth a first at this point. 

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9 hours ago, Ralonzo said:

Wasn't that'n bout Bear Bryant?

I remember him saying it about Shula but he could have used for others too.
 

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11 hours ago, Sunshower said:

You might as well from an evaluation standpoint. Fitz isn’t the future, Rosen could be. May finish #1 overall, see what ya got before ya draft another one.

I don’t get why Rosen did not start week one? 

It’s not like he’s a rookie and you traded 2nd round pick for him  , starting Fitz week one just doesn’t make any sense ( to me ) 

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