Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast Ep.78: Running Backs and New Schemes with J Moyer


Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast features RSP contributor J. Moyer in a conversation about new backs and or new schemes for prominent running back depth charts around the league. 

RSP contributor J. Moyer has coached at the high school level for several years. Last week, he joined the RSP Cast for a conversation about NFL running backs and characteristics of good scheme fits.

This week, we tackle four teams’ ground games—two with new schemes for 2019 and two with prominent new additions to the depth chart:

  • Cincinnati – How good of a fit is the wide zone for the rest of this depth chart in addition to Joe Mixon?
  • Denver – Should we be considering Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman a dangerous 1-2 punch with a near split in volume?
  • San Francisco – Is Tevin Coleman’s change of scenery a lateral move? Is Matt Breida the best option for the Devonta Freeman role? Could Jalen Hurd be a wild card on this depth chart?
  • L.A. Rams – Why is last year’s stretch-run struggles as a good indicator that Darrell Henderson will be an oft-used option regardless of Todd Gurley’s healthy?

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