Would the Buffalo Bills Take The Risk on Josh Rosen?

The quarterback did announce he will throw at USC's pro day on March 21.

In general, the top QBs all performed about as expected, except for Washington State's Luke Falk, who was uncharacteristically inaccurate.

"I love football with all of my heart and soul", Rosen said from the NFL Scouting Combine on Friday.

"I think that there's kind of a misconception with the whole thing", he said. It's pointing out flaws, seeing if they can look past them, seeing if they can work with it. You must take what you see with a grain of salt. He is absolutely in play for the No. 1 pick despite his warts. He also said he'd be comfortable with sitting behind a veteran if that's what it comes to. "I noticed this at the Senior Bowl, and it happened here at the combine". And there are a lot of GMs and head coaches talking about that right now. Included among those in attendance are quarterback Sam Darnold, wide receivers Steven Mitchell Jr. and Deontay Burnett, running back Ronald Jones II, linebacker Uchenna Nwosu and defensive lineman Rasheem Green. "Someone told me that he is over-the-top cocky". "I'm really just here to try to put my best foot forward. and show teams why I should be with their organization, and if they don't want me, they don't want me". This was an issue.

"When things go wrong and aren't looking the way you want them to look, Josh is a guy you want to have in the backfield commanding the offense and making all the throws and making all the reads", Quessenberry said. But I'm really excited for the guys who performed really well. Just from watching his three-step and five-step. Sure, you're throwing at the same time as your presumed peers, and ideally you would like to perform better than them.

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The ridiculous narrative started when former Indianapolis Colts general manager and National Football League analyst Bill Polian suggested Jackson would have to play wide receiver at the next level back in September, before doubling down on his claim in the lead-up to the combine. "He's a really good dude and if I was fortunate enough to play under him I'd be super stoked". "He was one of the most explosive QBs on his drops".

"I felt like it was the best decision for me", Darnold replied, adding he won't be changing his mind at the last minute.

It's all part of the package that could have Allen tabbed as the quarterback to rescue a franchise. Both had solid showings.

Rosen continuously hit his receivers in stride and was on target with the ball.

Rather than focusing on what he can do as a quarterback, the rhetoric at the combine has centred on if Jackson should be playing an entirely different position. Rosen won't deny that he's opinionated - Google "Josh Rosen and NCAA hypocrisy" - but he says he's never been to Cleveland, nor met with the coaching staff, so it'd be impossible for him to formulate an opinion on whether or not he'd like to play there. "It drives me insane, I can only imagine what it's like for him", Quessenberry said.