Josh Rosen blew Patrick Peterson’s mind, but he thinks Sam Bradford starts

AP

Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson generally spends his time studying opposing quarterbacks, but the arrival of Sam Bradford and Josh Rosen in Arizona this offseason means he spent some time watching the guys on his own side.

That left Peterson with some thoughts about how things will play out on offense this season. Peterson said he “definitely” thinks Bradford will be the starter as long as Bradford is healthy, but it doesn’t sound like he thinks Arizona will be in dire straits should Bradford add a line to his long list of injury absences.

“Josh blew my mind my first week with him,” Peterson said on Sirius XM NFL Radio. “Just to see him run hurry up offense, to see him make all these different checks, to see him put guys in position. I was completely stunned when I saw it.”

Peterson said that Rosen is the future of the franchise in Arizona. Waiting for the date the future starts will be a leading storyline of the Cardinals season.

22 responses to “Josh Rosen blew Patrick Peterson’s mind, but he thinks Sam Bradford starts

  1. Rosen and I believe Darnold will be the two QB’s who come out on top in this draft class. They both came in, did what they were supposed to as first round picks and completely changed the vibe of both the Jets and Cardinals.

  2. Its all conjecture until they get on the field in a regular season game and the vanilla Ds of the preseason are replaced by the real deal.

  3. Just another lemming at the employ of the old white billionaire’s plantation. NBA players have figured it out. NFL players don’t have a clue.

  4. He is by far the best quarterback from the draft. I can’t see Bradford lasting more than 6 games because his knees are in such bad shape.

  5. Hopefully the Cards will figure out the QB situation and Larry Fitz goes out on a high note.
    We need more class acts as Larry Fitzgerald in the NFL and less social misfits.

  6. Rosen will be the starter by Week 6. No way Bradford makes it through the year unscathed.

  7. The real question is how good their 3rd string QB is since Bradford and Rosen probably won’t go a whole season without being injured.

  8. This will be interesting to watch… They both will make excellent contributions (no matter when Josh enters the lineup) and Arizona will be in the playoffs. They have an evolving OL, DJ, LF, and new WR personnel. And the defense is certain to improve with Wilks experience.

    While others may overlook what is taking place in the desert, let’s enjoy the surprises that will unfold in 2018.

  9. Josh Rosen has been much better than advertised so far, which says a lot considering he was regarded as the most polished best pure passer to come out of the draft since Andrew Luck in 2012 & one of the top 2-3 best pure passers to come out in the last decade. He picked up the playbook/offensive scheme in a week & has shown a very high football IQ, showing the ability quick pickup/learn a concept & then apply it to the field, has shown the ability to quickly diagnose coverages n pick up pressure/blitz’s then audible into the right play to beat what he’s seeing. Rosen is very accurate and has a very strong arm, I think both Rosen and Sam Darnold will end up being the two best QB’s from this years draft class. Sam Bradford I think likely starts week 1 but I think Josh Rosen will take over by games 4-6, either Bradford will go down or Arizona will insert Rosen into the lineup between weeks 4 to 6, much like the NYG did w/ Eli Manning or the Rams did w/ Jared Goff.

  10. stubborndata says:

    July 2, 2018 at 5:12 pm

    Just another lemming at the employ of the old white billionaire’s plantation. NBA players have figured it out. NFL players don’t have a clue.
    ———————-
    Get a job!

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