Today’s guest is Matt Waldman, the tape-breakdown guru of Football Guys, the RSP Blog, and Football Outsiders. Feel free to follow him on Twitter at @MattWaldman. In today’s episode, we talk about the young NFL quarterbacks and also diss actuaries.
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Subject: Young Quarterback Proving School
— Do the Vikings distrust Teddy Bridgewater or their offensive line? Is this similar to what happened to Russell Wilson in Seattle? Can quarterback development truly be compromised just by bad offensive line play?
— The early starts of Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. Who is winning where? How much does it matter that Winston’s degree of difficulty is much higher?
— Ideally, do you break in a young quarterback easy or throw the book at him? Is a gradual increase in difficulty necessarily the correct way to go?
— What type of throw tells Matt the most about a young quarterback’s future?
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