As the Giants and Jets consider possible options in the upcoming NFL Draft, Trent Dilfer seems to believe draft prospect QB Josh Rosen would be a great option for either of the teams.
"I think Josh Rosen crushes New York," Dilfer said, according to NJ.com. "New York is sophistication. It's a lot of things, but it is very diverse. It's a lot of stimuli. That's what Josh Rosen thrives off of. He wants the energy, the stimulus, the pressure."
Rosen has become known for his outspoken nature -- he said last month he would he would "rather be a lower pick at the right team than a higher (pick) at the wrong team." But Dilfer does not see that attitude as a major obstacle in the future.
"Don't get me wrong: Is Josh going to put his foot in his mouth a couple times? Hell yeah, and he'll be the first to tell you he probably will," Dilfer said. "But he's also going to let it go, move on, use humor, and maybe have to show some contrition at time. It's a journey."
In three seasons with UCLA, Rosen threw 59 touchdowns and 26 interceptions while totaling 9,340 yards through the air. He threw 26 touchdowns during his junior season and posted a 147.0 QB rating -- both of which were career-highs for him at UCLA.