Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast 2020 NFL Projection Series: Denver Broncos with 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 a Denver Broncos offense hoping to emerge.  

Rookie Scouting Portfolio author Matt Waldman pairs up with Pro Football Focus fantasy analyst and high stakes competitor Dwain McFarland for their second year of projecting the NFL’s offenses. In this episode, Matt and Dwain discuss the impact Drew Lock and several new additions to the Broncos’ offense.

  • Is Courtland Sutton a true Alpha Receiver?
  • How Denver will align Jerry Jeudy, K.J. Hamler, Albert Okwuegbunam, and Noah Fant in its offense.
  • Is Melvin Gordon the Broncos feature back or have we abandoned Phillip Lindsay too soon?
  • Where is Drew Lock above average in a key passing metric and where does he falter?
  • Why the coaching staff could be placing a governor on the production volume of this offense.

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Apologies for the abrupt ending with this episode, I split it in half with the Raiders podcast and didn’t tack and ending on it.

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