Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast: Trey Sermon. . . What’s Next?

Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast: Trey Sermon. . . What’s Next?

Matt Waldman’s does a solo show on Trey Sermon’s experience in San Francisco, possible landing spots, and what opportunities and obstacles are ahead for his career path. 

The 49ers cut Trey Sermon today and the biggest surprise to any angle of this story was Peter King saying that Sermon would be heavily involved as the No.2 on that depth chart. I was hoping and expecting Sermon to get his walking papers.

So what’s next? Where could he land? Is there are chance he can deliver to expectation elswhere?

Today’s podcast discusses these questions and more:

  • Why I listed San Francisco as the worst pre-draft fit for Sermon in the RSP.
  • The draft-day factors that changed my mind in the post-draft.
  • Kyle Shanahan’s history of running back choices that indicate Sermon was unlikely his draft-day call.
  • How Sermon looked on tape in San Francisco: Separating football from clickbait.
  • Potential landing spots for Sermon: Philadelphia wasn’t mentioned but should have been.
  • The potential external and internal obstacles Sermon must overcome to maximize his potential

And of course, if you want to know about the rookies from this draft class, you will find the most in-depth analysis of offensive skill players available (QB, RB, WR, and TE), with the 2022 Rookie Scouting Portfolio for $21.95. 

Matt’s new RSP Dynasty Rankings and Two-Year Projections Package is available for $24.95

If you’re a fantasy owner and interested in purchasing past publications for $9.95 each, the 2012-2020 RSPs also have a Post-Draft Add-on that’s included at no additional charge.  

If you’re a fantasy owner and interested in purchasing past publications for $9.95 each, the 2012-2020 RSPs also have a Post-Draft Add-on that’s included at no additional charge.  

Best yet, proceeds from sales are set aside for a year-end donation to Darkness to Light to combat sexual abuse of children. 


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