The RSP Film And Data Podcast Ep.6: Lions, Seahawks, and Eagles with Dwain McFarland And J Moyer

Rookie Scouting Portfolio contributors Dwain McFarland and J. Moyer deliver in-depth analysis of the Seahawks, Lions, and Eagles in their sixth episode of The Fantasy Film And Data RSP Cast.

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This week, Dwain and J spend an hour breaking down two over-performing pass offenses along with one underperformer, discussing personnel utilization, advanced statistics, and film review to offer foresight for the weeks ahead:

  • Can Russell Wilson sustain his career-high pace for passing yards?
  • How has Matt Stafford gone from undrafted in fantasy leagues to a Top 6 quarterback, and what does this mean for Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones?
  • The Eagles have been more run-heavy in 2019, and Carson Wentz and Zach Ertz are struggling to live up to their preseason draft prices. What can you expect moving forward?

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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