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Summary of Jalen Ramsey’s opinions on NFL quarterbacks

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Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey recently gave a lengthy interview with GQ Magazine about trash talk in the NFL. He specifically called Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen “trash” and made mention that Jaguars quarterback “playoff” Blake Bortles is good.

Here’s a quick summary of Ramsey’s opinions on NFL quarterbacks if you don’t have time to read the whole Clay Skipper piece in GQ Magazine.

Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield - “confident, get out the pocket, throw on the run, big plays, charisma”, thinks the Browns should have taken Lamar Jackson over him.

Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco - “I played him two years in a row. He sucks.”

San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo - “I don’t know.” “It was all schemes.”

Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson - “He’ll be league MVP in couple years.”

Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz - “Future MVP”

Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff - “Average to above average.”

Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott - “Everything runs around Zeke.”

Minnesota Vikings QB Kirk Cousins - “He’s a winner.”

Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr - “He’s good.”

New York Giants QB Eli Manning - “I won’t say Eli is good, I’ll say Odell is good.”

Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger - “Decent at best.”

Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson - “He’s good.”

Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles - “He won the Super Bowl.”

Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford - “He’s straight.”

New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees - “He’s really good.”

Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck - “I don’t really think he’s that good.”

Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill - “Who is the Miami QB?”

Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan - “Overrated.”

Colin Kaepernick - “He’s way better than some of these second string quarterbacks ... possibly better than some of the first string.”

The short list of quarterbacks who do not suck: Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Tyrod Taylor, and Marcus Mariota “for his team”.