RSP Film And Data hosts Dwain McFarland and J. Moyer discuss the Cardinals and Lions backfields, Tom Brady’s vertical game, and Denver’s receiving corps in this week’s podcast.
Rookie Scouting Portfolio contributors Dwain McFarland and J. Moyer present the fifth installment of their Fantasy-focused podcast. This week they break down offenses in flux due to injury, ineffectiveness, and trade, focusing on backfield machinations in Detroit and Arizona, as well as what the Josh Gordon/Mohamed Sanu and Emmanuel Sanders swaps mean for New England and Denver, respectively.
They dig deep into a variety of subjects:
- Is Ty Johnson ready for a featured role?
- Is Chase Edmonds here to stay?
- Can Tom Brady throw it deep? Does he even want to?
- Is Denver’s receiving corps worth your attention and/or FAAB?
As always, the analysis is based on film study and review of multiple sources of advanced data and statistics. 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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One response to “The Fantasy Film And Data Pod Ep.5: Lions And Cardinals’ Backfields And Patriots And Broncos’ Receivers”
Just discovered this site and man, this is great stuff!! I still have no idea what to make of David Johnson though. I have an offer on the table of DJ for Marlon Mack & Ty Johnson (I also have Mel Gordon & Royce Freeman) in full PPR. What do you guys think?