Matt Waldman’s RSP Quick Game: Week 8 with Mark Schofield

Matt Waldman’s RSP Quick Game delivers a jam-packed Week 8 episode with Mark Schofield that includes can’t-miss segments on the lack of reaction Dallas had to Washington cheap-shotting Andy Dalton, foiling Tampa’s defense, and underrated college quarterbacks. 

Mark Schofield and I reconvene for a Week 8 Quick Game that’s filled to the brim with a ton of thoughts on football and a few non-football topics:

  1. Appetizer: Food/cocktails we enjoy making/eating right now.
  2. Antonio Brown’s impact in Tampa Bay.
  3. Are the Steelers the team to beat in the AFC?
  4. Miami quarterback D’Eriq King.
  5. The secret to Tampa Bay’s defense and how to attack it?
  6. The team that could be a great schematic matchup for the Buccaneers.
  7. Does Andy Dalton have a chance of succeeding in Dallas?
  8. Thoughts on the Cowboys not starting a fight after Washington cheap-shotted its quarterback.
  9. Dak Prescott’s leadership and play look like a lot bigger deal for keeping Dallas competitive than many may have realized.
  10. Tua Tagovailoa: This year and beyond.
  11. Baker Mayfield Hope: True or False?
  12. Bengals, Texans, and Cowboys defenses.
  13. Matt Waldman and Matt Bowen’s thoughts on Josh Allen facing zone defenses.
  14. Ryan Tannehill is the quarterback Vikings fans expected from Kirk Cousins.
  15. Thoughts on BYU QB Zach Wilson.
  16. The Rams backfield in the passing game.
  17. Where football media deserves criticism.
  18. Best traveling experiences.

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