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  1. My gut feeling is that Rosen will be the pick.
  2. Good read on QBs from Rotoword

    Spot on assessment, in my opinion. Thanks for posting this.
  3. Is he magically going to get Ben's arm strength after he gains 20 lbs? Ben makes throws with defenders hanging off of him. Wishful thinking, friend. And look, if we draft this kid then I hope you end up being 100% correct and I look like a complete fool for the stance I've taken on him. I don't care about being right. I just want this godforsaken team to have a good QB for once in my life.
  4. All of them have warts, I agree. However I think Rosen is the safest pick. He's the one I'm most confident will not suck. The talk about his attitude is noise to me. Doesn't bother me in the least. If it weren't for the injury concerns, there would be no doubt that he'd be the consensus #1 pick. Allen has the biggest bust potential, but he also has once in a generation physical traits. This is why he's in the conversation to be the top pick. I think the concerns about Mayfield's height are overblown. My concerns with him are his maturity and (more importantly) the fact that he comes from a college spread system that is known to pad a QB's stats. However the kid stepped it up against tough opponents, and that counts for a lot with me. I already listed my issues with Darnold in my previous post. I think he needs a lot more work than people think. Not as much as Allen does, but he has a long way to go. So if someone asked me what "my board" looks like, it would be: 1. Rosen 2. Mayfield 3. Darnold 4. Allen
  5. I think people are ignoring a lot of Darnold's red flags. The guy turned the ball over a lot while playing in the PAC 12. That isn't likely to improve when he starts playing against guys in the NFL. Also for all of the knocks against Josh Allen for playing poorly against tougher opponents, Darnold wasn't so great either. Yet no one seems to bring that up. To me, Darnold's playing style is somewhere between Brett Favre and Big Ben. That would be great if he had Favre's arm talent and/or Ben's size. They had physical traits that allowed them to get away with things that others couldn't. Darnold does not have those traits, and I think it's going to get him in trouble in the NFL. It already did to a degree in college last year. I think people were mesmerized by that Rose Bowl performance against Penn State, and they've allowed it to cloud their judgement. If the Jets take him I will support him 100%. But I honestly don't see what's so great about him. I really don't.
  6. All Draft QB Rumor Mill Thread

    Couldn't agree more. Great post. Rosen's injury history scares me a bit, but nothing else about him bothers me. So what if he's an a$$hole? Many of the great QBs are. Favre, Brady, Rodgers, Big Ben...they're all pricks. But no one cared because they won.
  7. All Draft QB Rumor Mill Thread

    Rosen is the safe pick. The other three are all risky.
  8. All Draft QB Rumor Mill Thread

    Passing on Rosen for Mayfield would be a ballsy move. If Woody were around, I'd say that move was all him for the entertainment value. But right now I think there's no way Mac picks him over Rosen. Taking Darnold is like taking Jamal Adams. He'll appease Mel Kiper, but on the field he'll be mediocre at best.
  9. All Draft QB Rumor Mill Thread

    Mayfield is a Woody Johnson pick. Rosen is a Mac pick.
  10. All Draft QB Rumor Mill Thread

    Despite all of the talk about the Jets' interest in Mayfield, I think he's the backup plan in case Rosen isn't there at #3. Mac always goes with the safe pick in the first round, and Rosen is the safe pick.
  11. They'll be doing us a favor if they take him before we pick.
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