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Author: Jon Kuzma
Josh Rosen hasn’t gotten nearly enough support. The Arizona Cardinals and Miami Dolphins could’ve kept him around in a backup role. They both chose not to. If Rosen would’ve had the support that Mitchell Trubisky got with the Chicago Bears. Then who knows maybe he’d be further along in his development. But the truth is sooner-or-later this has to fall on Rosen. Clearly he hasn’t done enough to compel a coaching staff to stick with him. Which seems to be a result of Rosen’s poor decision making. The 12 touchdowns and 19 interceptions tell his true story. Rosen has to improve from a ball security standpoint if he wants to be taken seriously. And now it’s sink-or-swim. Rosen’s stock has taken so many hits that he’s on the cusp of being out of work. It’s frightening how fast his situation spiraled out of control.
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