Redskins: 5 reasons why Dwayne Haskins will succeed
By Seth Barnes
I became a Redskins fan the same year Dan Snyder bought the team.
Mostly, it’s been a painful life filled with false hope. Offseasons of hopeful moves that translated to mediocrity on the field. Aside from Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder’s poor ownership decisions, the one constant throughout the past couple decades has been unreliable quarterback play.
The 2005 NFL Draft still haunts me. Does anyone else remember Aaron Rodgers’ precipitous fall after many pegged him going No. 1 to San Francisco? Not only did Washington pass on him at No. 9, but Green Bay ended up snagging him ONE PICK before the Skins were up again at No. 24. Just one more pick! “What if” scenarios play in my brain all the time.
This draft, however, I can’t think of one thing the Redskins should have done differently. I think Dwayne Haskins has what it takes to lead the Redskins back to glory, and here are five reasons why.