Jalen Ramsey calls out Josh Allen, calls him trash

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Jalen Ramsey has some harsh words for the Buffalo Bills first round pick

Already in hot water with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the media, Jalen Ramsey isn’t holding back with his comments about some of the quarterbacks in the league. In an interview with GQ Ramsey lashed out against both veterans and rookies he hopes to face.

Getting the most heat from the second year cornerback was the Buffalo Bills first round pick, quarterback Josh Allen out of Wyoming.

Ramsey pointed to how Allen rarely played lofty competition at Wyoming, and when he did he turned the ball over.

Here are some of the comments from Ramsey on Allen:

"I think [Buffalo Bills draft pick Josh] Allen is trash. I don’t care what nobody say. He’s trash. And it’s gonna show too. That’s a stupid draft pick to me. We play them this year, and I’m excited as hell. I hope he’s their starting quarterback.More from NFL Hot Takes4 promising first-round receivers to watch in NFL preseason Week 3Should Trey Lance be considered an NFL draft bust?Jonathan Taylor trade rumors: 3 most alluring fits for Colts star running backFalcons rookie Bijan Robinson might be the RB1 in Fantasy FootballThe rise of C.J. Stroud; No. 2 overall pick ready to lead Texans?"

Allen did struggle in some big games for the Cowboys, including a five-interception game against Nebraska. With one of the strongest arms the league has ever seen, Allen has the tools but not the working knowledge of how to always use them correctly.

Ramsey ranted about nearly every quarterback in the league in his interview, but didn’t have all bad words to say. He said Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson would win MVP one day, and that him and Carson Wentz will run the league for years.

He also loves Ravens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, and said veteran Joe Flacco “sucks.”

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Take Ramsey’s words however you want, but people constantly ask for more from players and want to hear what they think. It’s a great look into one of the best cornerbacks in the league and how the rest of the league may or may not view their opponents.