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Redskins Projected 2019 Offensive Stats

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Mark Tyler gives you his projections on the Redskins offensive stats for the 2019 season

NFL: Washington Redskins-Training Camp Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Who will lead the Redskins offense from under center in 2019?

This is the biggest question facing the franchise as we move toward training camp.

According to head coach Jay Gruden, there is an open competition at quarterback for the 2019 season, and the two players who currently sit in the driver’s seat are rookie Dwayne Haskins and veteran Case Keenum.

If the competition is close, I expect the starting nod to go to the rookie, but I could see things playing out that Keenum gets the early start, and Haskins takes over after a few games.

It goes without saying that, as the quarterback play goes, so goes the team.

I expect some rookie mistakes from Haskins as he learns the system and gets acclimated to the speed of the NFL game. If things work out well, he’ll have a solid running game to lean on.

So without further ado, here are my 2019 season player projections on offense for the Redskins:


QB:

Dwayne Haskins: 12 games - 3150 yards, 18 TD, 7 INT

Case Keenum: 4 games - 950 yards, 9 TD, 5 INT

RB:

Derrius Guice: 15 games - 250 Att, 1150 Yds(4.6), 9 TD; 20 Rec, 205 Yds, 1 TD

Adrian Peterson: 12 games - 100 Att, 410 Yds(4.1), 3 TD; 5 Rec, 50 Yds

Chris Thompson: 13 games - 50 Att, 240 Yds(4.8), 1 TD; 35 Rec, 245 Yds, 2 TD

WR:

Terry McLaurin: 16 games - 52 Rec, 760 Yds, 5 TD

Paul Richardson: 14 games - 42 Rec, 600 Yds, 3 TD

Josh Doctson: 14 games - 38 Rec, 440 Yds, 3 TD

Kelvin Harmon: 14 games - 35 Rec, 405 Tds, 3 TD

Trey Quinn: 12 games - 34 Rec, 345 Yds, 1 TD

Cam Sims: 15 games - 20 Rec, 250 Yds, 2 TD

TE:

Jordan Reed: 13 games - 55 Rec, 550 Yds, 5 TD

Vernon Davis: 12 games - 15 Rec, 150 Yds, 1 TD

Jeremy Sprinkle: 16 games - 11 Rec, 100 Yds, 1 TD