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posted: 2019-04-28 04:23:46 (ID: 100139327) Report Abuse
oakbark wrote:
Solana_Steve wrote:
Surprises....seems like the Raiders taking Ferrell (that early) and the Giants taking Daniel Jones at 6th overall, were the biggest surprises.

Everyone is wondering about Josh Rosen - - kind of curious why the Giants didn't try to pick him up for a lot less than their #6 overall picks. Is his attitude that toxic?

And then there is Tyreek Hill and how his 3-year old son managed to break his arm. What do you think from the audio recording?

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Rosen attitude stems from media portrayal of him coming from a privileged background and having liberal views. Slating Rosen generates money. Football is a working class blue collar game. Rosen hate appeals to the masses in the same way as Trumps rhetoric resonates with enough of the masses. I think Rosen will be fine in the right market with the right support.

As for Hill, I can't make a call. I work as a Detective in a Child Abuse team and all I can say is these jobs can be so difficult and things in reality are often way different to how they appear at first. I could give countless examples of what at first appears to be really disturbing information where your immediately on edge and have that feeling in your gut that this is serious only for you to eventually realise that there was absolutely nothing at all to be concerned about and nothing untoward in the slightest.

Yeah...when Rosen was at UCLA, you didn't hear so much about his bad attitude/being a bad teammate. But then last year in the run up before the draft, all this negative stuff was circulating (true or not).

Honestly, coming out of UCLA, I thought the biggest drawback that Rosen had was his inability to stay healthy.

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posted: 2019-05-02 14:23:59 (ID: 100139460) Report Abuse
U do he had a THE best O-Line in college football and it gave him a ton of time in the pocket to scramble and do his thing
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