Josh Rosen vs Texas A&M (2016)

UCLA QB Josh Rosen (#3) vs Texas A&M (2016)

Rosen completed 26-of-his-46 attempts for 343 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions.

Check out Rosen's scouting report. http://www.fueledbysports.com/josh-rosen-scouting-report/

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30 Responses

  1. A&M was bringing heat on him, but I have to say I'm really not that impressed. Not only this tape, but for the entire season. He really doesn't process what's going on as fast as I'd like for someone that is touted as one of next year's top pocket passing prospects. His accuracy isn't anything to be wowed about either.

  2. I think he gets a lot of hype, but he has good accuracy and pocket awareness. That being said his first pick and all those falling throws HAVE to stop. Take the sack and live to play another down don't risk a turnover.

  3. I usually defend QB's no matter what, everyone has bad games, the best have had bad games but still look like themselves. However, for some reason he looked like a fraction of himself when pressure and crowd was in the mix. Idk if he's even worth a third round pick right now if the Cards go with Murray.

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