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Despite his young age, Philadelphia Eagles GM is already one of the marquee names among NFL executives.
He rose to the organization’s ranks from the very bottom, earning every promotion until becoming the ultimate decision-maker.
Needless to say, he’s lived up to the task and excelled at that responsibility, as you can tell by the juggernaut of a team he put together for last season.
Roseman and the Eagles had a near-perfect offseason rewarded with a trip to the Super Bowl, so he might have set the blueprint for what a successful organization should do and not do to build its roster.
That’s why CBS Sports’ Jonathan Jones asked him whether he thought his model could be replicated somewhere else, and Roseman’s response proved just why he’s one of the most disruptive executives in the game right now:
“I think that if you do what everyone else is doing, you’re probably a step behind,” Roseman said.
I asked Eagles GM Howie Roseman whether Philly’s team-building model should/could be replicated by other NFL teams like the Rams’ model had been. Loved his answer. @CBSSportsHQ pic.twitter.com/eP2cjrHLzE
— Jonathan Jones (@jjones9) February 28, 2023
Well, there you go.
It’s not about a formula; it’s not about doing what everybody else is doing.
It’s about trying to get a competitive edge with every minor move you make and zigging when the other guys are zagging.
Of course, that decision to go against the trend may not always be a recipe for success; there’s a reason why everybody else is doing what they’re doing.
But finding value in every pick and every asset is the best way to maximize your roster and your team’s potential, and it’ll be that way until the end of time.
Once again, Roseman gave us all a masterclass, and we haven’t even reached the NFL Draft just yet.
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