Heading into the NFL Draft, there were essentially four quarterbacks who analysts thought could be selected No. 1 overall. Former Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield actually wound up getting the nod - heading to the Cleveland Browns. Former USC quarterback Sam Darnold went No. 3 overall to the New York Jets.
A few picks later, the Buffalo Bills traded up to get former Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen at No. 7 overall. But so far, former UCLA star Josh Rosen has yet to be drafted.
The Bears were just up - and at No. 8, they picked former Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith. The next two teams on the clock are the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders - and neither team needs a signal-caller.
Rosen could go to the Miami Dolphins at No. 11 overall. After that, the Arizona Cardinals at No. 15 could make sense. But regardless, it's fair to say that Rosen has fallen past where most analysts thought he'd go.
Not everyone seems to understand why exactly either:
One thing is for sure - you can bet that Rosen will be using the whole experience as a slight against him. Perhaps it'll be the chip on his shoulder he needs to succeed in the league.