Mark Schofield joins the show for the first of a two-part conversation about individual quarterback performances during the 2018 NFL season.
I love having Mark Schofield on the show and as the NFL regular season comes to a close, it felt like the right time to have him join me for a conversation about individual quarterback performances. We begin the show talking about Josh Allen but then move to the NFC and cover a lot of ground in the first of this two-parter:
- What has Josh Allen taught Mark about arm velocity and how he’ll apply it to QB evaluation?
- What lesson has Matt learned about QB evaluation based on his NFL viewing?
- Why does Matt Nagy deserve a lot of credit for Mitchell Trubisky’s performance?
- Why the Packers can do more to bring out the greatness of Aaron Rodgers.
- What’s holding back Matt Stafford and Kirk Cousins?
- Is Russell Wilson easier to sack this year and why is that possibly a good thing for Seattle?
- How opponents have figured a vital part of the Rams offense and the countermeasure Sean McVay must take to help Jared Goff.
- Which quarterback Mark believes has a shot of having a Goff-like turnaround?
- Which quarterback Matt believes has turned a tough year into a testament to his play?
As always with Mark and me, you get thoughts on technique, scheme, emotional intelligence, strategic thinking, and even comparing the offensive line and quarterback to a married couple (and it makes sense).
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