Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Syracusecards, Apr 26, 2018.
Ding ding ding
My PTSD just kicked in thanks
I think Miami would have pulled the trigger on Rosen if he fell to 11. Tannehill is very expensive for the performance they've gotten out of him and I think one of two things happen if Miami takes Rosen (and why I think they should have traded up for him): Rosen either lights a fire under Tannehill and provides Miami with exceptional trade value (at least a future 1st rounder for whichever one they don't roll with) or sends him packing, with the latter being far more likely in my estimation.
The AZ trade by my lights looks absolutely genius. It's as close to a no-lose situation as you can find in the NFL--even if Rosen doesn't pan out, they gave up peanuts in comparison to what you typically see when trading into a position to draft what you hope to be a franchise QB. Peanuts.
he doesn't have Cutler's apathy.
That’s exactly my feel as well.
And if that prick wins football games, is liked by this teammates, and coaches, and wear's Cardinals red, you going to care if people outside the Cardinals circle do not like him ?
I know I won't. I like his attitude.
Best point to be made here, and I agree.
I think him sliding is the best thing for him.
Cutler is an introvert whereas Rosen is an extrovert.
Both can grate on people if their personality type is not taken into consideration. Both have facial expressions that convey they are looking at you with disdain which is why both get labeled as not being 'easy to get along with.'
Rodgers is "everyone's" ceiling!
Rosen comes across as Carson Palmer's athletic skill-set coupled with a huge intellect and a reputation for being "outspoken."
To me, Cutler comes across as "all pro from the neck down."
Not even close. He looks a bit like a mix of Cutler and Eli, but his character is definitely Eli and not Cutler at all.
Anyway, watching Rosen play it's the polar opposite of Cutler. Great anticipation and touch, which Cutler didn't have at all.
Every Cutler throw was basically a fastball right at his receiver or a careless deep bomb. He got away with it a lot because of his arm talent, but lacking Rosen's instincts is why Cutler never maximized his potential. Too many turnovers and not moving the chains consistently.
That's why I'm so happy about our pick, because Mike McCoy's systematic WCO is perfectly suited for Rosen. If it was still BA running the show, there is no doubt he would've stood on the table for Allen. Would've been really interesting to see if Keim then still would've Chosen Rosen.
I love the pick. The kid has a real chance to be a cornerstone/franchise type QB.
His people skills worry me a little, but I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt for now.
For the first time since I've followed the draft (roughly 69 years) - on the NFLN Morning Show - I saw a big time positive reaction to a Cardinal draft move - this dude jumping up and down shouting "I love what the Cardinals did when they traded up to get Rosen."
High upside (though some would say "high risk") at a relatively low cost.
Nah. Palmer was a freak of nature coming out of college. Rosen is Matt Ryan physically.
Hmmmm... Matt Ryan with attitude. I kinda like that comp.
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