'Skins Spotlight - Dwayne Haskins
The 2019 season for rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins was an unexpected baptism into a destructive and unhealthy environment for a young player in need of development. As a player, he had his fair share of poor play, to the point where some wondered how big of a bust he would turn out to be.
Alternatively, he had a nice stretch of great games, where he changed the outlook of some fans, while others believed that it was just the beginning of something great. Take a look at Dwayne Haskins as he enters the 'Skins spotlight.
Inside the Numbers:
Haskins finished his 2019 campaign with nine games played (seven starts), 1,365 yards (58.6 completion percentage), seven touchdowns, seven interceptions, and a 76.1 quarterback rating.
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Haskins' finishes (projected) the season with 3,684 passing yards, 17 touchdowns, 14 interceptions, and sacked 48 times.
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Jamual Forrest has been a freelance sports journalist for four years, covering the Washington Redskins and can be heard as a co-host on The Hog Sty Network's "The Hog Sty" podcast. Additionally, Jamual contributes to The Hog Sty Network and SB Nation's Hogs Haven. You can follow Jamual on Twitter at @LetMualTellit and see his Redskins film breakdowns here.