Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast Ep.74: Projecting the Packers Offense with Dwain McFarland

Matt Waldman and RSP contributor Dwain McFarland continue their 2019 projection series with an hour-long conversation about the Green Bay Packers offense. 

For the past four weeks, RSP Film and Data contributor Dwain McFarland and I had great conversations about player and team projections for the Titans, Buccaneers, Texans, Ravens, Cardinals, Bengals, Chiefs, and Eagles offenses. This week, we continue our ongoing podcast series with an hour-long examination of the Packers’ offense.

This is far from a data-only discussion. We discuss the context of player movement, player style, scheme design, injuries, coaching changes, and usage histories:

  • Is too much being made of the Tyler Dunner feature and Aaron Rodgers’ ability to play well with his new head coach, Matt LaFleur?
  • The potential team models for the Packers run game based on Matt LaFleur’s scheme and influences.
  • Will the running backs thrive in the passing game when Rodgers historically eschews check-downs?
  • Are we underrating Geronimo Allison in this offense?
  • Is the public writing off Jimmy Graham too early?
  • Can Marquez Valdes-Scantling thrive on the perimeter after a successful year in the slot?
  • How does the run-pass ratio of this offense impact Aaron Rodgers’ upside?
  • Can Davante Adams build on a career year?

This is an info-packed podcast with both of us sharing projections for individual players and on-field reasons to support our thoughts. We’ll continue next week

For the most in-depth analysis of offensive skill players available (QB, RB, WR, and TE), get the 2019  Rookie Scouting Portfolio. If you’re a fantasy owner the Post-Draft Add-on comes with the 2012 – 2018 RSPs at no additional charge.

Best, yet, 10 percent of every sale is donated to Darkness to Light to combat sexual abuse. You can purchase past editions of the Rookie Scouting Portfolio for just $9.95 each. You can pre-order the 2019 RSP now (available for download April 1).

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.