Matt Waldman’s 2020 NFL Projection Series: San Francisco 49ers 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 San Francisco 49ers offense with a great run game but bigger questions with the passing game after you work past the excellence of George Kittle.   

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 and debate a San Francisco 49ers offense with a dynamic (but committee oriented?) ground attack and corps of talented receivers who aren’t yet well-rounded options.

  • Is Raheem Mostert not only the must-have Niners back but a must-have fantasy option?
  • Where do Tevin Coleman and Jerick McKinnon fit in?
  • Why are Jimmy Garoppolo’s pretty style of play and image advantageous points of leverage in fantasy football?
  • Why the loss of Emmanuel Sanders is a bigger deal than discussed?
  • Is Dante Pettis poised for a rebound?
  • Why Brandon Aiyuk isn’t truly replacing Sanders?
  • The untapped upside of George Kittle.

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