UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen has set the bar incredibly high for himself in terms of what he hopes to achieve in the NFL. When asked by ESPN’s Sam Alipour in a Q&A what his “football goals” were, Rosen replied that he wanted to be the winningest QB in NFL history. That meant overtaking Tom Brady’s number of Super Bowl rings, however many he finishes with.

I want to be great — in everything I do. As far as football, I always looked up to Kellen Moore of Boise State. I thought it was the coolest thing that he was the winningest QB of all time. I thought that was a cool word: winningest. So I want to be the winningest QB in NFL history. I want to win the most games and most championships. I’d say six titles, but if Tom Brady gets six, I’ll say seven.

That’s certainly an incredibly lofty goal for anyone to accomplish. To win one Super Bowl is hard enough, but to win more rings to fit in a single hand is almost impossible to fathom.

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While Rosen has all the talent in the world as a quarterback, it’ll obviously take more than just him to win multiple Super Bowls. Just look at Aaron Rodgers, arguably the greatest quarterback of his generation, who has won just one Super Bowl over the course of his 13-year career.

For Rosen’s goal to become a reality, he’ll need to get as lucky as Brady did and land into a perfect team with a generational coach who can fully maximize his immense potential, not to mention provide a dynastic situation that can deliver decades-long success.

The chances of that actually happening seem pretty slim. Nevertheless, that likely won’t stop the supremely confident Rosen from believing that he can actually achieve that goal, no matter how unlikely it may be.