Rosen appears to be developing nicely in his second season after playing significantly behind Ryan Fitzpatrick early on in the offseason. While it is unclear who will be the starter come week 1, it seems like it's just a matter of time before the Dolphins see what they have in their young signal caller. Josh Rosen is DLF's QB28, but faces an uphill battle to gain value as he works with a weak supporting cast, and will likely be trailing often when the regular season rolls around.
DLF's Trade Finder shows a large variance of perceived value for Rosen in two-QB leagues, going for as little as a fourth-round rookie pick, and as much as Calvin Ridley. Given his high variance in perceived value, Rosen is both a buy low and a sell high candidate, depending on how your league-mates value him.