Matt Waldman’s RSP Projections Series: 2020 Baltimore Ravens with PFF’s Dwain McFarland

Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast continues its summer NFL Projection Series with PFF Fantasy analyst Dwain McFarland. In this episode, they perform an in-depth look into the Baltimore Ravens offense—a unit that could still be on the rise. 

PFF Fantasy analyst Dwain McFarland joins Rookie Scouting Portfolio author Matt Waldman for another episode of our annual NFL projection series. In this podcast, Dwain and Matt spend more than an hour comparing their statistical projections for the Baltimore Ravens offense in 2020.

  • How the data and film marry to indicate that Lamar Jackson should have a similar season to 2019 and the touch-points where those totals could rise or fall?
  • Where must opposing defense limit Jackson to force a higher percentage of passing from the Ravens offense?
  • How Devin Duvernay’s versatility could be the key to replacing Hayden Hurst rather than Nick Boyle earning more targets?
  • Why do Mark Andrews and Marquise Brown have significantly greater statistical upside this year?
  • What makes J.K. Dobbins a potential league-winner for fantasy teams and when is he worth paying the premium to draft?
  • What are the potential scenarios that could play out with the Ravens backfield that favor Dobbins and/or Mark Ingram?

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