Reception Perception orginator and Yahoo! fantasy analyst Matt Harmon returns to Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast for conversation about several receivers, quarterbacks, and offenses heading into the 2021 NFL season.
Our names may be boring, but from the perspective of unique content this double-Matt-stack is well worth a listen. Harmon and I discuss a variety of topics in addition to the unveiling of his awesome new Reception Perception site and excellent product.
- What makes Brandon Aiyuk better than we thought as an NFL Draft prospect?
- Robert Woods and the Rams need vertical element to make the offense sing.
- Do the Rams have someone to provide that deep threat?
- What Sean McVay has done well and where he has struggled as a coach and offensive mind?
- Are we too quick to scapegoat Jared Goff?
- How do Harmon and Waldman see the 2021 season unfolding for the Seahawks receivers?
- Why do the Jaguars’ trio of D.J. Chark, Marvin Jones, and Laviska Shenault intrigue Harmon?
- Does Emmanuel Sanders offer more to Buffalo than Harmon-favorite John Brown?
- The underrated receiver on the Cowboys’ corps and what Harmon would like to see happen with the rotation.
- Is Michael Pittman the player Bills fans think they see when they look at Gabriel Davis?
- The similarities with Shenault and D.J. Moore.
- Harmon’s advice for taking opportunities that may seem to run counter to one’s ultimate goal in the fantasy industry.
As always, it was a pleasure to hang with Harmon and talk about an aspect of football in a way that few people can. Do yourself and favor, and get his analysis.
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