The Fantasy Film And Data RSP Cast Ep.3: Rookie Quarterbacks, Develin the Pats’ Details, and a Brown Out


Rookie Scouting Portfolio contributors Dwain McFarland and J. Moyer deliver in-depth analysis of the Patriots and Browns, and go deep on rookie quarterbacks Daniel Jones and Gardner Minshew in their third episode of The Fantasy Film And Data RSP Cast.

This week, Dwain and J spend an hour breaking down two vexing offenses and two well-hyped young quarterbacks for the fantasy player, discussing personnel utilization, advanced statistics, and film review to offer foresight for the weeks ahead:

  • Why James Develin’s injury means more than you think.
  • Freddie Kitchens may need to adjust his recipe.
  • How good was Daniel Jones against Tampa Bay?
  • Is Gardner Minshew the gun-slinging, jockstrap-wearing hero we all want him to be?

Dwain McFarland and J. Moyer’s Fantasy Film And Data RSP Cast integrate data and film to deliver optimal fantasy analysis. McFarland is a three-time, top-five finisher in the FFPC high-stakes leagues with over $100K in winnings during the past three years and Moyer is a former high school offensive coach in the San Francisco area with seven years of experience.

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