Matt Waldman’s RSP Quick Game with Mark Schofield: NFL Week 3


TD Wire’s Mark Schofield joins Matt Waldman for a conversation about the Ravens’ Turnaround, the value of assessing Zach Wilson’s quicksand performance, streaking, and the sustainability of Cordarrelle Patterson’s emergence in Atlanta . 

Dear Readers and Listeners (as my esteemed partner in crime likes to address you),

Mark and I continue delivering the goods for you craving the whys behind the whats:

  • What was most notable about the Ravens’ turnaround on Sunday Night?
  • Are the Chiefs losing its powerhouse status or is this just and adjustment period?
  • Can Cordarrelle Patterson become a thing in 2021 fantasy leagues and why hasn’t he been before?
  • Is it even worth analyzing Zach Wilson after last week’s quicksand performance?
  • Is Sam Darnold feeling vindicated although he may also feel for Wilson right now?
  • What are the 1-2 most improvable skills for QB, RB, WR, and TE when transitioning to the pro game?
  • Do we believe that Rob Gronkowski doesn’t sutdy film on his own?
  • College players that caught our eyes this month.
  • Things we’ve tried and loved/hated or would never try.
  • Why expectations for Antonio Gibson’s receiving skills were overestimated in the fantasy community.

Enjoy!

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