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One NFL pundit thinks Josh Rosen will be the 2018 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year

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NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah thinks the Arizona Cardinals rookie quarterback will be the NFL Rookie of the Year.

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For the Arizona Cardinals, the continued chatter among the national media of Josh Rosen starting is not going to slow down.

No, in fact it will likely pick up even more steam at training camp and during the preseason.

The hard part is… everything that is being said about Rosen seems to be positive. So, it makes it really tough to want to disagree with them.

Then, in a Twitter question and answer session, Daniel Jeremiah had this to say to the question if who wins the NFL Rookie of the Year:

That’s a glowing endorsement for Josh Rosen the player. That’s a huge feather in the cap for Steve Keim who has been hit and miss (mostly misses) with his draft picks if this were to come to fruition.

Now, of course there’s the issue of Rosen winning the starting job or taking over soon enough in the season to warrant such an award. However, it is becoming quite evident that most in the national media see Rosen as the Arizona Cardinals starting quarterback for most of 2018.

Not only do they see him as the starting quarterback, but they see him playing at a high level.

That would be huge for the Arizona Cardinals not only in 2018, but moving forward with Rosen as the man.