2019 had its ups and downs. That is especially true for Redskins QB Dwayne Haskins. He played in multiple offensive schemes with Jay Gruden and Kevin O’Connell and showed big weaknesses along with flashes of greatness.
Let’s take a look at Dwayne Haskins’s stats from last season. He threw for 1365 yards, 7 touchdowns, and 7 interceptions in 9 games. He had a quarterback rating of 76.1, which in the grand scheme of things is not horrible for a rookie QB, but there are things for him to improve on. His first game was when Jay Gruden subbed him in during the second quarter against the Giants. He finished that game with 3 interceptions. He then went on to play 6 more games in which he tallied 7 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. In the last game of the season, he played the Giants. It was a rematch of week 4. Dwayne Haskins played phenomenal tallying 2 touchdowns and 133 yards going 12/15. Just imagine what Dwayne Haskins can do when he and his now second-year receivers can do when they’re developed more.
The Redskins have added many weapons such as Antonio Gibson, Antonio-Gandy Golden, and Thaddeus Moss via the Draft and Free Agency. They also bolstered their offensive line with Keith Ismael and Saahdiq Charles. Ron Rivera and Scott Turner are two amazing coaches who have worked together and took a team to the super bowl. With all the offseason moves and work that Dwayne Haskins has put in, he has a big 2020 coming for him and the Redskins. The Redskins have a bright future with Dwayne Haskins if he can stay healthy and focus on his craft!