Yes, he gets under the skin of wide receivers, including Steve Smith Sr (recently retired from my currently terrible Baltimore Ravens), Deandre Hopkins (both on the field, and in social media), and lastly/most recently with the most reserved member of this group Adriel Jeremiah Green, but I believe we can all agree Jalen Ramsey is a straight monster on the football field. As per the article by Robert Mays of the Ringer, (https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2017/11/16/16658816/jalen-ramsey-jacksonville-jaguars-trash-talk; if you are interested) "Ramsey now understands his manipulation needs to involve the entire chessboard. He’s like Littlefinger — with a 42-inch vertical leap."
I remember the many conversations with my Jewish friend(not Matty Goldberg) about how to consume college football if I did not have a team. Look at few players that catch your interest and are not hard to find on television and just "scout" them hard. Last year for me, it was definitely Ramsey because of my love for defense. His speed, size, defensive skill set were the triple threat. Call me a Ramsey slurper if you like, but in his admittedly short career, the speed of any top tier WR paired with Darelle Revis/Champ Bailey technique and the trash talking mouth of a Cortland Finnegan/Josh Norman(side note: guys known to instigate and even brawl with their counterparts).
What do the dirtballs think? Fair assessment or no? Andy, Pro Football Focus(created by Walt Ruther's idol Cris Collinsworth) calculates him as the 2nd best CB followed closely by 3rd rated CB A.J. Bouye, and great supporting cast as well. Is his ascension been due to the fact of JUST Ramsey honing his craft or a combination of better players in the defensive unit/defensive scheme? Joe, does Ramsey make it on the Joe Praino 2020 campaign trail as a your secretary of defense or any other players filling the seat?(ie: Von Miller, Aaron Donald, Luke Kuechly) Stay dirty, condoms are for Washington Redskins fans and Daniel Snyder.