College: UCLA | 2 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 215 lbs
Birth Date: 2/10/1997
Depth Chart: QB.1
2019 Bye Week: 5
Total Pts: 26.4
Avg Pts: 6.60
Rank: 32 QB
|Week 1||-0.75||Josh Rosen 5 passing yds (0.25 pts)|
Josh Rosen 1 interception thrown (-1.00 pts)
|Week 2||3.85||Josh Rosen 97 passing yds (4.85 pts)|
Josh Rosen 1 interception thrown (-1.00 pts)
|Week 3||11.30||Josh Rosen 13 rushing yds (1.30 pts)|
Josh Rosen 200 passing yds (10.00 pts)
|Week 4||12.00||Josh Rosen 180 passing yds (9.00 pts)|
Josh Rosen 1 passing TD (4.00 pts)
. . . Josh Rosen 34 yd TD pass to DeVante Parker
Josh Rosen 1 interception thrown (-1.00 pts)
|Week 6||2.25||Josh Rosen 85 passing yds (4.25 pts)|
Josh Rosen 2 interceptions thrown (-2.00 pts)
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2|
Coming off of a bye and facing one of the league's most generous defenses, the stars seemed to be aligned for Miami Dolphins quarterback Josh Rosen to show his true talent in Week 6. Rosen was instead benched to start the fourth quarter after throwing for just 85 yards on 15-of-25 passing, leading Miami to only three points before departing with zero touchdowns and two interceptions. While head coach Brian Flores did confirm after the game that Rosen is still the starter, the second-year quarterback on his second team just simply isn't viable in any format. Rosen should be left on the waiver wire again next week, as he and the Dolphins have a tough matchup against a stingy Buffalo defense.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen was benched at the start of the fourth quarter in Week 6 against the Washington Redskins after going 15-of-25 for 85 yards and two interceptions.
Fantasy Spin: On a positive note, head coach Brian Flores told reporters Rosen will remain the starter and that Ryan Fitzpatrick's entrance into the game was merely to spark the offense. Nevertheless, fantasy owners have seen this will be enough times to know this probably won't be the only occasion in which the Miami offense needs a spark. Outside of truly desperate owners in two-quarterback leagues, neither player should see much time in fantasy lineups.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen was benched during the Week 6 game and has been replaced by QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Fantasy Spin: The Dolphins recently said that Rosen would be the starter for the rest of the season, but it appears they are going back to Fitzpatrick at least for now. Fantasy players probably should avoid the Dolphins quarterback situation.
Recently confirmed by head coach Brian Flores as the starter for the remainder of the season, Miami Dolphins quarterback Josh Rosen has his best chance to shine in Week 6 with the winless Washington Redskins coming to town. While the Dolphins are certainly horrible, Rosen's performances haven't been helped by an early schedule filled with stingy fantasy defenses, such as the Chargers (ninth-best against opposing QBs), Dallas (sixth), and New England (first). Rosen didn't exactly dominate in his two games prior to Miami's bye this past week but he was at least mediocre, throwing for a total of 380 yards, with one touchdown and one interception. The Redskins will come in having recently fired their head coach and with a defense that's allowing the fifth-most points to quarterbacks in 2019. If Rosen can't move the offense and find his way to at least some fantasy relevance for this game, it's hard to see when he ever will.
Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores said that the team's quarterback situation is "settled" and that Josh Rosen will be the guy the rest of the season. Rosen hasn't been great in his two starts the last two games, but he's been slightly better than Ryan Fitzpatrick. Against the similarly terrible Redskins in Week 6, Rosen will probably be as appealing as he'll be all year as a QB2. He's completed 51.2 percent of his 84 pass attempts this year for 482 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions. Miami is rightfully letting him play out the year to evaluate him.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen will remain the starter the rest of the season, according to head coach Brian Flores.
Fantasy Spin: Rosen has done nothing to warrant lineup consideration even in two-QB leagues right now. He completed 70.8 percent of his passes in the last game, but it translated to just 180 yards, one score and one pick. The 22-year-old is still a long-term piece in dynasty leagues, though.
Starting for the second game in a row, Miami Dolphins quarterback Josh Rosen completed 17-of-24 passes for 180 yards in a 31-10 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. Rosen had a solid first half - including a 34-yard touchdown pass to Devante Parker - but the entire offense collapsed in the second half and ran just 15 plays on four drives for a total of 37 yards. Rosen again wasn't helped by the multiple drops in his receiving corps, as well as an offensive line that seems to be mostly composed of swiss cheese and dreams. Rosen and the Dolphins have a bye in Week 5 and will get an easier matchup in Week 6 when the Washington Redskins come to town.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen completed 17-of-24 passes for 180 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Week 4 against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Fantasy Spin: Rosen wasn't great, but there was some progress. Still, he isn't a recommended fantasy option at this point. The Dolphins are off for their bye in Week 5.
Making his first start of the year, Miami Dolphins quarterback Josh Rosen did little to impress in a 31-6 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 3. Rosen completed 18-of-39 passes for 200 yards but was also hurt by numerous drops, including what should have been a 15-yard touchdown reception by Preston Williams. While Rosen may be continuing to improve, he'll also continue to be without consistent offensive weapons or a healthy offensive line, making him fantasy irrelevant in Week 4 and beyond.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen (elbow) fully participated in practice Friday, Sept. 27, and is not on the injury report for Week 4.
Fantasy Spin: Rosen struggled during his first start of the season last week and will be facing a solid defense again this week. He should be avoided in all fantasy leagues.
Miami Dolphins WR Allen Hurns (concussion) and CB Jomal Wiltz (groin) did not practice all week and have been ruled out for Week 4 versus the Los Angeles Chargers. S Bobby McCain (hamstring, shoulder), OL Jesse Davis (elbow), LB Trent Harris (foot), S Reshad Jones (ankle) and WR Albert Wilson (hip, calf) were limited in practice Friday, Sept. 27, and are listed as questionable. C Daniel Kilgore (non-injury) returned to a limited practice Friday but was removed from the injury report. DE Charles Harris (wrist), CB Chris Lammons (toe) and QB Josh Rosen (elbow) fully participated in practice all week and no longer appears on the injury report.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen (elbow) fully participated in practice Thursday, Sept. 26.
Fantasy Spin: Rosen likely will keep the starting job for most of the season but can be avoided in all fantasy leagues.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen (elbow) fully participated in practice Wednesday, Sept. 25.
Fantasy Spin: Rosen threw for 200 yards in his first start last week but also completed under 50 percent of his pass attempts during the game. He will continue to be the Dolphins starting quarterback for now but should be avoided in all fantasy leagues.
Getting his first start for his new team, Miami Dolphins quarterback Josh Rosen moved the offense only slightly better than his predecessor Ryan Fitzpatrick in a 31-6 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Rosen completed 18-of-39 passes for 200 yards with no touchdowns, although he did have a touchdown dropped by Preston Williams. There are zero reasons to start Rosen in the Dolphins Week 4 matchup with the Chargers.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen completed 18-of-39 passes for 200 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in Week 3 against the Dallas Cowboys in his first start of the season.
Fantasy Spin: Rosen didn't commit any turnovers, which was the good news, but the bad news is that the offense generated just six points and he completed less than half of his attempts. The tanking Dolphins host the Chargers in Week 4 in another potential bloodbath.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen (undisclosed) left the Week 3 game because of an undisclosed injury but was able to return.
Fantasy Spin: Rosen is the team's starting quarterback for now but should be avoided in all fantasy leagues.
Miami Dolphins S Reshad Jones (ankle) and WR Albert Wilson (hip, calf) did not practice all week and have been ruled out for Week 3 versus the Dallas Cowboys. LB Trent Harris (foot) and S Bobby McCain (shoulder) were limited in practice all week and are listed as questionable. DE Charles Harris (wrist) practiced in full all week but is also listed as questionable. QB Josh Rosen (knee) was not given a practice designation Friday, Sept. 20, after previously being a full participant in practice but was removed from the injury report. CB Ken Webster (illness) was also not given a practice designation for a second straight day Friday but no longer appears on the injury report.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen is handling the mental challenges better of being a starting quarterback, head coach Brian Flores said Friday, Sept. 20, and that's primarily why he's been given the starting nod for Week 3.
Fantasy Spin: The Dolphins have scored all of one TD through their first two games, and the supporting offensive cast is sub-optimal at best. Rosen is usable in fantasy only for the truly desperate in deep two-QB leagues.
The Miami Dolphins have named quarterback Josh Rosen as the starter for Week 3 against the Cowboys, according to sources. It's the right choice, but Rosen might not fare much better than Ryan Fitzpatrick did the first two weeks behind an embarrassing offensive line and without many weapons in the passing game. The Dolphins will let Rosen fail and evaluate him for the time being. Even in deep two-QB leagues, there are probably better options than Rosen on this tanking Dolphins team.
Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen will be the starting quarterback for the team's Week 3 game, according to sources.
Fantasy Spin: Rosen may keep the job for the rest of the season if he does not get injured but should still be avoided in a majority of fantasy leagues.