Josh Rosen’s first drive with the Miami Dolphins didn’t end well. The second-year quarterback threw a really bad interception after entering the team’s game against the Baltimore Ravens late on Sunday.
On the play, Rosen rolled out to his right and threw a bit off-balance, which allowed Marlon Humphrey to undercut the receiver and pick it off.
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That was just Rosen’s second pass as a Dolphin. His first was a five-yard completion to Mike Gesicki.
The Dolphins are currently getting housed by the Ravens 58-10, which is why Rosen wound up getting time. It was a chance for the second-year quarterback to maybe show something and earn a shot.
Well, that ended quickly.