UCLA’s Josh Rosen is a very polarizing NFL prospect. Evaluators question his want-to, they get turned off by his attitude and use those things to knock him down as a quarterback prospect.
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However, Trent Dilfer who coached Rosen at the Elite 11 quarterback camp cautioned anyone who is doubting Rosen as an NFL QB.
Rosen threw for 9,301 yards and 59 touchdowns Patrick Roy Authentic Jersey in his UCLA career. He could very well hear his name called when the Browns pick No. 1 overall. If he isn’t picked then he could go No. 2 to the Giants. It all depends on whether teams feel comfortable with his strong personality. If Dilfer were the man making the decisions, he would have no hesitation picking Rosen.
I was really, really impressed, he said. I was with him for four days this summer and I looked him in the eyes, and one, I thanked him for putting his ego and pride aside and coming out and helping out these kids, and two, I affirmed him, I said ‘Dude, I think you have exactly what it takes to be special, don’t let people coach it out of you.’
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I think we’ve all seen Antonio play enough that we know what he’s capable of, Tomlin said, per ESPN.com.
So, how will the divisional round games play out this weekend? AccuScore has made its 2017 NFL playoff picks by simulating each divisional-round game 10,000 times to predict the probabilities of reaching the next round on the road to Super Bowl 52. Below are the probabilities to win each game this weekend.
In the first game Saturday, the Atlanta Falcons hope to continue their successful road trip in Philly against the Eagles, who haven’t been the same team since Carson Wentz went down with a season-ending knee injury. Simulations predict Atlanta as a favorite with a 67-percent win probability on the road. This is a rare case against a top-seeded team, but current QB Nick Foles hasn’t provided enough reason for more hope. Straight up, AccuScore predicted 12 out of 16 regular-season games correctly for the Eagles this season.