The Miami Dolphins know who will be under centre from here on out through the remainder of the season.

Head coach Brian Flores announced on Wednesday that Josh Rosen will be the team’s starting quarterback the rest of the way during the 2019 campaign.

“I like where Josh Rosen is,” Flores told the media. “He’s improving on a week to week basis. He’s a young, talented player. He needs reps to improve. Throw the ball away when scrambling. Make good decisions. Be accurate.”

Rosen was picked up by Miami in a trade with the Arizona Cardinals at the draft this past April for a second-round pick. He went on to battle Ryan Fitzpatrick in training camp for the starters job, but the veteran won it. That is until the second-year pivot was named the starter headed into Week 3.

So far, in two starts this year, the 2018 first rounder has completed 55.65 of his passes for 380 yards, a touchdown and one interception. Not bad since he is standing behind an offensive line that has struggled mightily this year and that there is a focus on the run game.

Miami, who has not picked up a victory as of yet, will take on the Washington Redskins in Week 6 prior to going on the road for two straight road games against the Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers.