Roughly a month into the 2019 season, the Washington Redskins have yet to pick up a victory. Rumors run rampant about the fate of head coach Jay Gruden during a campaign that prominently features an abundance of mental mistakes, injuries and routine breakdowns in coverage.
As if that wasn’t bad enough, turnover machine Case Keenum has been so bad the last two weeks that he forced Gruden to do the one thing he was adamantly against — play rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins.
Without the benefit of Trent Williams, Brandon Scherff, Chase Roullier, Jordan Reed, Terry McLaurin or any semblance of a running game, the Redskins turned to their first-year signal caller … and he responded about how you’d expect — throwing three interceptions while completing just 52 percent of his passes.
Now the question becomes: should the Redskins continue to play Haskins with an eye towards the future or should they keep him far, far away from the field of play until the Ohio State standout shows definitely that he’s ready for action?
Tune in to episode three of Skinscast, hosted by the Washington Redskins, as Pappas, Reffkin and Murf dive into the quarterback debate and more.