The fact that he's gotten hit so hard and hurt and keeps playing tells me he's tough. And while you, like others question his commitment, if he wasn't committed he wouldn't still be playing. As for his "attitude" I think it's great - he believes he IS better than everyone else and is willing to back it up. And Namath was not more mobile than Rosen is. Rosen doesn't run a lot because he trusts his arm - rightfully so - but he can move if he needs to. I agree these are issues that cast doubt on him, and frankly I hope all the teams in front of the Jets believe them.