The Facts: After a quick, tumultuous stint with the Cardinals, Rosen finds himself already needing to adjust his game in the midst of a career transition. But according to HC Brian Flores, Rosen is still on his way up. During Saturday's media session, Flores spoke highly of the strides the former first-round pick is making to change his narrative. "I think he's made some improvement, really across the board. There's things that a lot of people don't see. Better footwork, mechanics in the pocket, decision-making. A lot of times people, all they see is the touchdown pass; they don't see the checkdown that's a positive play for the team," Flores said. "I think he's improved in those areas and I think those are the little things that go a long way at that position."
Diehards Line: Since the start of training camp, all signs have pointed to veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick starting over Rosen once the season begins and, as of earlier this week, that still seems to be the case with Flores saying "Fitzmagic" is 'leading the way.' But Rosen has youth and the fact that he's not yet stuck in his ways on his side so as long as he continues to trend upwards, it sounds like Flores is willing to nurture the once-touted prospect.