Fitz on Fantasy Podcast with Matt Waldman


Matt Waldman joins Pat Fitzmaurice for a conversation about the 2021 NFL Draft, including why Mac Jones is getting dumped upon unnecessarily. 

I’ve been reading Pat Fitzmaurice’s work since I began playing fantasy football and Fitzmaurice was writing for Pro Football Weekly. It’s one of the reasons I was so excited to see him join the staff of Footballguys this winter.

It was great to finally get a chance to meet him this week while we had a conversation about the NFL Draft. Here’s a brief summary of what we discussed–and we went into a lot more depth:

  • We go in-depth on the top quarterbacks, including where I stand on Mac Jones to the 49ers, Zach Wilson, and Justin Field’s accuracy.
  • The reactions I get to my view of Trey Sermon’s talent and why I’m high on Sermon’s skills.
  • What I think of Khalil Herbert and Kylin Hill.
  • What it was like to give up my day job to work on the RSP full-time. How did I plan this?
  • Why I think this class of receivers is the most talented I’ve seen.
  • My updated comparison for Rashod Bateman.
  • My elevator pitch for Kadarius Toney.
  • Thoughts on Frank Darby and Josh Palmer.
  • My thoughts on Kyle Pitts.

I look forward to working with Pat and I hope this is the first of more shows that we do.

Listen here

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