Josh Rosen’s Stock (Patience)!

Dolphins name Fitzpatrick starter over former Cardinals QB Josh Rosen

In the purchase of stocks investors try to determine when stocks have hit bottom price and begin purchasing shares in the hope of them going up that’s called buying low. Conversely, selling high relies on figuring out when the market has hit its peak. Once stocks have hit their maximum value, investors sell their shares and reap the rewards.

(See Trading Places for a lesson on stocks) 😉 !

The Dolphins need to look at Josh Rosen as a stock investment that has currently hit bottom price, they invested a 2nd and 5th round pick for Rosen and if done right they will reap the benefits of his stock skyrocketing in the future. One thing you must do when investing in stocks is be patient because just like in Josh Rosen’s case there is no hurry to sell as this moment. His salary is equal or less than most backup QB’s in the NFL.

Many people want the Dolphins to sell low because some of them are so sold on Tua Tagovailoa that they do not see the wisdom of holding on to Josh Rosen for at least the 2020 season and possibly until his rookie contract is up. Why wait so long? Because even though it is a risk and they will be gambling/betting on Josh Rosen’s future the reward for letting Josh Rosen reach maximum potential could be substantial.

Before Miami should even think about trading Josh Rosen they should just sit and let his value reach the highest level where it would be difficult even for the Dolphins to let him go. Ask yourself, what should a team be willing to give up for a top 10 pick who happens to be a 23 year old QB and that QB is playing at a high level?

Consider these recent trades:

  • In 2018 The Chicago Bears traded two first-round picks, a third-round pick and a sixth round pick to the Oakland Raiders for Khalil Mack and a second round and conditional fifth round draft picks 
  • The Buffalo Bills acquired Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs and a 2020 seventh-round pick in exchange for a 2020 first-round pick (No. 22 overall), a 2020 fifth-round pick, a 2020 sixth-round pick and a 2021 fourth-round pick,
  • The Giants traded Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for the Browns’ first-round pick (No. 17 overall), their second third-round pick (No. 96 overall) this year, plus safety Jabrill Peppers/

If the desperate Bears were willing to give up 2 first round picks a third and a sixth for a OLB and both the Browns and Bills gave up first round picks and more for WR’s. then what should be the compensation for a young 23-24 year old potential franchise QB?

As your Dolphin Seer I have been preaching this for months now and finally others are starting to SEE the light and the wisdom of handling our precious investment Josh Rosen.

Some are suggesting the Dolphins should take a 4th round pick if offered by some team, those are folks that have low expectations. Brian Flores will get the maximum out of Josh Rosen and his stock will skyrocket and then “MAYBE” it would be time to trade Rosen,

Why maybe you say?

Well Josh Rosen can put tremendous pressure on Tua Tagovailoa also because if Rosen balls out and Tua is not playing at a higher level then what decision should Miami make?

This is why I have been preaching PATIENCE with Josh Rosen because he has yet to get the chance he will finally get in Miami in 2020, it might just lead to a showdown between Rosen and Tagovailoa in 2021 once Ryan Fitzpatrick is no longer on the team. And at the very least he can garner multiple future draft picks if Miami plays this situation right.

That is why Miami has the best QB situation in the NFL!


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