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DLF Dynasty Podcast #133

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Karl Safchik and Eric Hardter are joined by Matt Harmon of Footballguys, Sportable and Optimum Scoring. Matt is the creator of Reception Perception, his custom analysis system used for projecting WR success.

Matt can be found on twitter at @MattHarmon_BYB, and writing at Footballguys, Sportable and Optimum Scoring. Perhaps most importantly, he loves to banter in his own backyard!

 

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Jarrett Behar, Host – @EyeOfTheGator
Karl Safchick, Co-Host – @karlsafchick
Eric Hardter, Co-Host – @EDH_27
Tim Stafford, Co-Host – @dynastytim
Jason Blanton, Producer – @Jason_Blanton

 

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2 Comments

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  1. Shortie

    January 22, 2015 at 11:42 pm

    Good podcast. Help me understand one thing: in comparing Beckham and Evans route trees, does Evans lack of route tree balance mean he has a lot more room to still grow and become more dominant as he matures? Or does this just indicate that Beckham has more opportunities to continue maturing, given his earlier command of a large route tree than Evans?

    Or does it not matter at all? Trying to understand how to think of this. Thanks for any insight.

    • Karl Safchick

      January 23, 2015 at 12:10 pm

      Very good question, Shortie. Matt Harmon and I continued this discussion on Twitter, and neither of us came to a definitive conclusion.

      Here’s my thoughts on the subject, though: Evans has much more “room to grow” because, as you know, his route tree is not as expansive OR refined as OBJ. Now you can look at that in one of two ways. Either defensive coordinators will catch on, adjust to his limited route tree and shut him down (relatively), OR Evans will continue to grow as an NFL receiver, learn how to run more routes and dominate even more than he did in his rookie year. Of course I suspect we’ll see a mixture of these two outcomes, though. I believe Evans will become a better receiver (more polished) than he was this year, but will NEVER see the single coverage he benefitted from in year one. He also got away with a ton of offensive pass interference which will likely hinder his statistics slightly moving forward.

      In short, he’s probably going to be a hell of a receiver, but may have more growing pains than most understand.

      As far as OBJ goes, there’s very few (if any) wide receivers who possess his skill set. The ability to stretch the field, not just vertically, but in every direction will certainly cause nightmares for opposing defensive coordinators. I really see no flaws in his game, and I consider him to be one of the most valuable dynasty assets along with Gronk and Antonio Bryant(Brown).

      I hope that shed some light on the subject, and I hope to learn more this offseason and share it with the DLF community.

      As always, thank you for listening!

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