RSP contributors (l-r) Mark Schofield and Matt Waldman cover a ton of ground in this Week 7 quick-game podcast format on college football and the NFL.
One of the things I loved about working with Mark Schofield (Twitter @markschofield) before bringing him aboard the RSP was our rapport on podcasts and RSP Film Room. We didn’t maximize that potential last year so we’ve addressed it.
Our answer two weeks ago was The Quick Game, an RSP Cast series that we’ll do every other week during the season. Your initial response has been tremendous.
The rules and format are simple:
- Mark and I will be generating questions for the show, often covering a variety of themes, including the NFL and college football seasons, player evaluation, and quarterbacking.
- We’ll run through the list during the show and each of us has one minute to answer the question.
- We each get three timeouts that give us three minutes to answer the question. We must invoke the timeouts before we answer the question.
- If one of us goes over the allotted time, the other enforces the cut-off. We’re going to find inventive ways to do this as the season unfolds.
As we look ahead to Week 7, we covered 20 NFL questions and 3-4 questions that I’ll just categorize as “crime and punishment.” We discussed a pair of trades, NFL officiating, the wide receiver we’d acquire to build an offense, quarterbacks we’d like to “reform”, Kelce vs. Kittle, how to learn more about reading defensive coverage, and much more.
I think you’re going to enjoy this format you haven’t listened already. We’d love to hear from you so please rate and review or send us feedback via channels you communicate with us.
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