Jaguars' Ramsey has strong words for Allen, calling him 'trash'

Jaguars' Ramsey has strong words for Allen, calling him 'trash'

Javier Howell
August 17, 2018

Jalen Ramsey was critical of several quarterbacks in an interview with GQ.

"He's not on my team, he's not my teammate", Allen said. Need more evidence? Look no further than his recent interview with Clay Skipper of GQ, in which Ramsey opined that Allen, whom the Bills selected No. 7 overall in this year's draft, is "trash".

The quarterback hadn't seen Ramsey's full comments when asked for his reaction to them.

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Manning and the Giants will host the Jaguars in Week 1 of the regular season. I don't care what nobody say. I think he's good. He also said Ben Roethlisberger is "decent at best". I think Tyrod Taylor is actually a better quarterback than he gets credit for, because he does not make mistakes. "We never go against them in practice, during the season". He said Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff was "average to above average" and called Kirk Cousins "a victor". I don't care. You know what that tells me? I don't think he the best quarterback out there. Tough to be critical of quarterbacks when your quarterback is one of the most inconsistent players in the league.

On Joe Flacco: "Flacco sucks". So if they want that type of quarterback-confident, get out the pocket, throw on the run, big plays, charisma-then yeah, I understand Baker going number one. They were doing flat routes to the wide open fullback, and he's running for 20 yards down the field four times during the game. Him and Carson Wentz, for every year starting now until five to 10 years, it's gonna be them two. "For what his team ask him to do, yeah, he's good". He also said that during the AFC Championship game a year ago against the New England Patriots, he felt the team got complacent and conservative, and that the team didn't trust him enough. There's no way that should ever happen.