Jalen Ramsey Critical Of Josh Allen, Matt Ryan

Jalen Ramsey

"It's not really Eli", Ramsey said. The harshest comments were directed toward Ryan and Allen, the seventh overall draft pick from Wyoming.

Jalen Ramsey was critical of several quarterbacks in an interview with GQ. We play them this year, and I'm excited as hell. The Cardinals defeated the Jags a year ago when Blaine Gabbert started at quarterback. Two other veteran players, Andrew Luck and Matt Ryan get similar brush-offs: Ramsey says he "doesn't think Luck is good", while the 2016 MVP Ryan is "overrated". "Tom Brady doesn't. I gotta think now, about all the teams", Ramsey began, before digging a little deeper and mentioning other quarterbacks such as Marcus Mariota, Tyrod Taylor, Deshaun Watson, Jared Goff and Carson Wentz in the "does not suck" category. That's a stupid draft pick to me.

"I don't care. It doesn't bother me one bit", Allen said. If you look at his games against big schools, it was always hella interceptions, hella turnovers. That tells me Shanahan left, went to San Francisco, got (Jimmy) Garoppolo, made Garoppolo this big thing.


Allen will have to earn Ramsey's respect before the corner gives it up.

Bills QB Josh Allen's response to the comments by Jaguars CB Jalen Ramsey (he had not seen or heard them until asked): "He's not on my team, he's not my teammate". He talked about "Playoff Blake" being good and the players wanting him to be entrusted with more by the coaches.

Ramsey emerged as an elite cornerback last season with an All-Pro campaign, and he's clearly in mid-season form as far as his trash talking goes. Every word that the Jaguars star has to say is just piling it on Allen more. They'll travel to play the Bills on November 25 in a rematch of last year's AFC Wild Card game. "I think he's a victor".

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