Josh Rosen finds himself on a new team a year after he was a first round pick. Talk about a rough start to a career. He was in a bad situation in Arizona with a bad offensive line and not great playmakers, and he was shipped away after his rookie year.
Because of that, he could be a good fit for the Colts. Even though Rosen was traded for a third round pick in the offseason, he isn’t projected to be the starter in Miami. He would make an excellent backup in Indy with plenty of potential as well.
If Brissett were to play poorly this season, they could put Rosen in as the starter. He has first round talent, and just needs to be surrounded by decent players to show off his good talent. However, the Colts might be able to get him for a decent price.
That price could be anywhere from a 3rd round pick to a 5th round pick. That’s because it would be the second time in a year he would have gotten traded. He would have a chance to succeed in Indy and become the new franchise quarterback.
Rosen would be a good choice, but the Dolphins could decide to keep him. That’s why this last guy would be the best answer for the Colts.