Sage Rosenfels

Birth date 6 Mar 1978 (37 years)
Nationality United States United States
Position Quarterback
Team history
New York Giants 2010 - present
Minnesota Vikings 2009
Houston Texans 2006 - 2008
Miami Dolphins 2002 - 2005
Washington Redskins 2001

NFL quarterback Sage Rosenfels is a professional player for the New York Giants of NFL. He played his college football with Iowa State, was drafted in round four of the 2001 draft by the Washington Redskins. He was the 109th pick overall.

In 2000 with ISU, he played in 11 games, throwing for 2,300 yards, hitting for eight touchdowns and tossing 12 picks. He ran for 10 touchdowns. He completed 51.5-percent of his throws and earned a rating of 110.4.

The Washington RedSkins drafted Rosenfels, and he spent almost one season as the third string quarterback of this team. He was with the Miami Dolphins from 2002 through 2005. Since 2006, he has been a member of the Houston Texans and joined the team as an unrestricted free agent. In his three seasons with this team, he went 6-4 as a starter.

By 27th February, 2009, he was acquired by the Minnesota Vikings and from 3rd September, 2010, he is playing for the New York Giants team.

In six seasons, Rosenfels has been in 26 games, completing 60.6-percent of his throws for 24 touchdowns and 19 interceptions. He’s accumulated 2,725 yards in the air and has a rating of 82.0. As of 2009, he has made 30 touchdowns, 29 interceptions, 4,156 passing yards with a rating of 81.2 QB.

Rosenfels has been a second-stringer for most of his professional career. He is six-foot-four and 225 pounds, making him the right height and correct mass for a NFL QB. He’s a better runner than passer. Rosenfels offers average arm strength and is better at short and intermediate passes than at tossing bombs. He has a tough time making the right decision and needs some more experience to develop into a NFL signal caller.

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