Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast Ep. 11: Mark Schofield, Quarterback Competitions, and Promising Young Starters


Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, left, runs a drill alongside fellow quarterbacks Josh Woodrum, second from left, Robert Griffin III and Lamar Jackson during an NFL football organized team activity at the team’s headquarters in Owings Mills, Md., Thursday, May 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast concludes its conversation with Mark Schofield about quarterbacks with a look at competitions and promising young starters

  • The Tyrod Taylor-Baker Mayfield dynamic in Cleveland and why we’re both Taylor truthers.
  • Mark’s thoughts on Jimmy Garoppolo Year Two in San Francisco: The hype is warranted, but don’t expect it to come at once.
  • The Joe Flacco-Lamar Jackson dynamic in Baltimore and don’t forget Robert Griffin III’s presence in the quarterback room.
  • Two scenarios where Jackson could start sometime this year that have nothing to do with a Flacco injury.
  • Patrick Mahomes is still giggle-worthy among scouts, coaches, and players and why he’ll be a rollercoaster with sky-high hills and sickening dives.
  • Why Mark thinks Blake Mack might be the guy to watch in Kansas City.
  • A surprise announcement concerning the RSP site.

A special thanks to those of you who’ve rated and reviewed the RSP cast as well as sent me feedback in other forms. During the next few weeks stay tuned for conversations with Rotoworld’s Josh Norris, the Scouting Academy’s Dan Hatman, and more from Doug Farrar and his soon to be released publication, The Genius of Desperation.

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