RSP Quick Game WK 10 with Mark Schofield: Freelancing WRs, Beckham, Titans, Gap Plays, and Evaluation Framework

Power play from “11” personnel

Mark Schofield and Matt Waldman tackle the NFL topics ranging from Odell Beckham’s former destination and desired destination to the anedcotal rise of gap blocking in the NFL. 


  • Are we seeing more gap runs than we have in the recent past? Even if this is simply anecdotal, explain why this might be if you agree.
  • Was Mac Jones’ handling of Brian Burns dirty?
  • Are there teams that the Rams will face either during the regular season or potentially the playoffs who can replicate the Titans’ defensive game plan?
  • How we are feeling about Justin Fields?
  • Did we write off Ben Roethlisberger too soon?
  • What are some factors Mark uses to evaluate the context of plays when studying quarterbacks? Here’s a checklist of items I shared for running backs.
  • Discussing freelancing receivers. I spoke with an NFL resource and former DB about this topic and I share his take. Is this an overrated issue that’s coming up with Odell Beckham? Is there more to the story?
  • If Chase and PItts weren’t in this draft, who would be your three top rookies in this class based on performance this year?
  • Is “the signs of player in decline” one of the biggest pieces of bullshit analysis in football media? When is it? When isn’t it?
  • Where do you want to see Odell Beckham land?
  • Marriage-life-career advice. Pick one and give it.
  • Fave natural attraction you’ve explored/visited?

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