Rosen completed 26 of 41 passes for 240 yards and one interception during Sunday's 17-3 loss to Detroit.
Rosen has had better days, and no one was more delighted about his struggles than Lions All-Pro corner Darius Slay, who jumped the rookie for a pick-six late in the third quarter to give Detroit a 10-0 lead. This was certainly a disappointing performance at home, especially after pulling off a victory against Aaron Rodgers last week in Green Bay. Rosen is averaging just 167.6 passing yards and one touchdown over his last five starts and is not a recommended fantasy play in any format.
Rosen completed 11 of 26 passes for 149 yards without a touchdown or interception and added 32 yards on two rushing attempts in Sunday's 20-17 win over the Packers.
Rosen had thrown at least one interception in each of his past six starts, so avoiding such a turnover was a step in the right direction. Unfortunately, the rookie quarterback also took a step back in terms of completion percentage, as his 42.3 percent mark was his second-lowest of the season. The 2018 first-rounder's worth a speculative stash in keeper or dynasty formats, but redraft owners don't want to touch Rosen with a 10-foot pole with the fantasy playoffs looming. That should remain the case when Detroit comes to town in Week 14.
Rosen completed 12 of 19 pass attempts for 105 yards, one touchdown and one interception during Sunday's 45-10 loss to the Chargers.
Rosen got off to a quick start, hitting Larry Fitzgerald for a 25-yard touchdown just minutes into the game. Unfortunately, he struggled to move the ball after that point and finished averaging an underwhelming 5.5 yards per attempt. Rosen also threw an interception which led to a score, pushing his TD:INT ratio to 8:10 over his last six games. The rookie will look to bounce back with a better effort next Sunday against the Packers.
Rosen completed 9 of 20 attempts, accounting for 136 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions during Sunday's 23-21 loss to Oakland.
In what was his seventh career start, Rosen completed just 45 percent of his attempts, with a season-low 136 yards through the air against an Oakland defense that entered Week 11 with an average passer rating of 113.0 against (third-worst in the NFL). The 21-year-old signal caller has been loose with the football through much of his rookie campaign, with at least one interception in five straight games, and an astronomical 11 total turnovers since Week 6. An ominous matchup awaits Sunday, as Arizona travels to take on a Chargers defense that ranks top 10 with 10 interceptions already this year.
Rosen completed 22 of 39 attempts for 208 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions during Sunday's 26-14 loss to Kansas City.
The rookie has been plagued by turnovers of late, with seven interceptions and three fumbles (two lost) over the past four weeks. Playing behind a Cardinals offensive line that entered Week 10 allowing 57 quarterback hits on the year (10th-most), Rosen has been unable to get comfortable in the pocket all season. The fact that he's completed fewer than 58 percent of his passes in six of seven appearances reflects as such. He could be a viable streaming option in Week 11 against Oakland however, facing a Raiders defense that came into the weekend with a 20.4 percent pressure rate (lowest in the NFL since 2013).
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