Josh Rosen: 'There Were Nine Mistakes Ahead Of Me'

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The new Arizona Cardinals quarterback believes he is the best player in this draft, telling Ed Werder of Westwood 1 Sports the nine selections ahead of him were mistakes.

Rosen was not shy on Thursday night about where he though he should have been selected.

With the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns selected a quarterback. who was not named Josh Rosen.

Quarterback Josh Rosen isn't losing any sleep over potentially not being the No. 1 pick in the 2018 National Football League draft.

"I was pretty pissed off when I fell", said Rosen, after the Cardinals moved up to stop his fall at 10th overall.

"I coached receivers in Carolina back in the day, and being the coordinator plenty of places, there's plenty of people that have opinions, and everybody's got an opinion, and I got no problem with that".

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B/R's Matt Miller has Rosen ranked as the No. 3 quarterback, behind USC's Sam Darnold and Wyoming's Josh Allen. "And I will make sure over the next decade or so that they will know that they made a mistake".

"Honestly, it's a blessing in disguise", Rosen said.

The 21-year-old Rosen blamed his loose tongue on his realness. I wasn't really showing it. "I didn't try to put on a show, which is why I think I'm a ideal fit here".

"I'm very real. I am who I am and I think that's why I'm very grateful to be an Arizona Cardinal because the team that picked me, they picked me". "If I'm not [the starter], I'm going to support the team", Rosen said.

"I'm basically trying to take his brain and put as much of his brain as I can into mine, so that we we go on the field, if I'm making a check or if I'm making a decision, he in his head is making the same decision at the same exact time". The newly-drafted quarterback said talking about topic is now behind him, and he can go to the field to display his love of the game. "Sorry to say that", Rosen said.

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