Hue Jackson: Haskins is not Rivera's guy
Hue Jackson: Haskins isn't Rivera's type who originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
With Dwayne Haskins' drama going on in Washington, one might wonder how long he'll be with the organization at this point.
Given that Haskins wasn't drafted by new head coach Ron Rivera and didn't do anything to show the coach that he belongs as a starter (you know, since he fell all the way down to third on the depth map), It would really make the most sense to cut bait and prevent this from being distracting.
Former NFL head coach Hue Jackson had a similar feeling when he joined The Sports Junkies at 106.7 The Fan last week.
"That's not his type," Jackson said of Haskins. "He (Rivera) inherited it. He's going to want to get his quarterback. This is because the head coach has to believe the guy can win for him. I don't care if it's Haskins or any other quarterback in National Football League. If you step in as head coach and you are not happy with this position and its performance and you don't think it will step up and be how you want it, the easiest thing to do is draft your quarterback. "
Of course, if you banish them to explore team representatives in practice, you don't see someone as your future. Haskins was an owner's choice, and even former head coach Jay Gruden didn't think he was the right choice.
There is little point in pulling this thing out.
Go on from Haskins and get what you can. Yes, that choice # 15 was essentially wasted, but wasting more time trying to pull out a failed relationship that clearly has never tried to work is far worse.
Rivera came in to build a winner and you can't win without a quarterback in this league.
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