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Counter Trey Pod: Do The Redskins Regret Drafting Haskins?

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With the season long gone, questions around the Redskins future quarterback have many wondering if the organization wishes they had passed on the Ohio State product

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At 1-7, the Washington Redskins need to be focused on the future. Coming into the 2019 season, that future included rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. But, in limited action, the rookie quarterback has looked, well, like a rookie. Most recently, reports have surfaced that Haskins isn’t picking up the playbook as quickly as many in the organization had hoped. With the team needing to fill multiple holes on both offense and defense, in addition to a potential top-5 draft pick in 2020, leads me to wondering... Does the team regret drafting Dwayne?

In this weeks edition of the Counter Trey, I give you my thoughts on Haskins (if you’ve listened before, my stance doesn’t change). I’ll also delve into the mismanagement at the trade deadline by Bruce Allen and the Redskins brass. Finally, we’ll look at the Trent Williams situation. Who’s to blame? Is there a resolution in sight?

Finally, that brings us to this weeks poll question:

Poll

With hindsight being 20/20, should Washington have taken Haskins at 15 or sought to fill other needs?

This poll is closed

  • 23%
    Gimme Dwayne every time!
    (426 votes)
  • 34%
    Nah, we had too many other needs
    (639 votes)
  • 42%
    You know what, it wouldn’t have mattered
    (779 votes)
1844 votes total Vote Now

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