RSP contributor Dwain McFarland joins the RSP Cast to kick off our team-by-team NFL projection series for the 2020 season with an in-depth examination of Philadelphia and Washington’s offenses.
Dwain McFarland (@dwainmcfarland) and I continue our excellent conversations about how to project offenses with a look at the Philadelphia and Washington offenses:
- Why do Matt and Dwain believe there’s a ceiling for Miles Sanders that’s lower than the current buzz and the manufacturer of that barrier is Boston Scott?
- Could Jalen Reagor be the leading wide receiver on the depth chart as a rookie?
- Why is Desean Jackson an excellent choice as a fourth or fifth option for fantasy wide receiver depth charts?
- How do the stats regarding Carson Wentz’s accuracy match up perfectly with Matt’s long-time film assessments?
- Which receivers beyond Terry McLaurin have a chance to shine in Washington?
- Why are Dwain and Matt split on Antonio Gibson’s prospects as a rookie?
- What was Matt’s personal wish for Adrian Peterson in 2020?
As mentioned in previous podcasts, I highly recommend reading McFarland’s new piece at the RSP site on How to Project NFL Offenses. If you’re a fantasy player, NFL beat writer, or football analyst, you should consider learning to do your own projections and Dwain has over 20 years of experience as well as success in high stakes fantasy leagues.
Even if you don’t have time to do projections and want pointers on how to select others, this article is a great resource.
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