After beginning the season Zero-Three, Arizona Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks has introduced that rookie quarterback Josh Rosen will likely be taking up for Sam Bradford. “Josh is our starter and it’s his job to lose,” Wilks introduced at the beginning his Monday press convention.
Rosen made his common season debut on Sunday with Four:31 left to play after the Chicago Bears took a 16-14 lead. He led the Cardinals into Bears territory however threw an interception on fourth down, ending Four–7 for 36 yards,
According to Pro Football Talk, Wilks had hoped to get Rosen into the sport with extra time remaining however the Bears had possession the ball for practically seven minutes earlier than kicking a go-ahead discipline purpose late within the fourth.
Rosen, who was chosen 10th total out UCLA by the Cardinals within the 2018 NFL Draft, will develop into the fourth QB from that class to start out a recreation this season, becoming a member of the Jets’ Sam Darnold, Bills’ Josh Allen and the Browns’ Baker Mayfield, who can even make his first begin on Sunday towards the Oakland Raiders.
The Cardinals will host the 1-2 Seattle Seahawks in Week Four.