Wide Receiver Deep Dive with Reception Perception Creator Matt Harmon

Wide Receiver Deep Dive with Reception Perception Creator Matt Harmon

John Paulsen is joined by Reception Perception creator Matt Harmon (Yahoo Fantasy) for a deep dive into the receiver position. How does Matt use RP in his fantasy projections? How does John find RP useful? Will Josh Gordon pick up where he left off last season? Is Calvin Ridley an elite route runner? Given the sketchy receiving corps in Seattle, is Tyler Lockett bound for the top 10? Is the hype surrounding Curtis Samuel justified? Can Sterling Shepard hold up to WR1-type usage? Should John Brown be going earlier in fantasy drafts? Can Anthony Miller build on a solid rookie season? Will Robby Anderson's expanded route tree keep his targets from getting pinched? Chris Godwin is worth a fourth rounder, right? Should we be worried about Dante Pettis? Is Christian Kirk bound for glory? Did Larry Fitzgerald's route-running fall off in 2018? What does Matt think of Dede Westbrook, Mike Williams and Courtland Sutton? Who's going to win the Steelers' WR2 job? What non-receiver does Matt target in the double-digit rounds? John and Matt discuss these questions and more on a special WR episode of The Most Accurate Podcast.

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