Michael Strahan on Dwayne Haskins' antics: 'It makes me mad'

Michael Strahan on Dwayne Haskins' "It Makes Me Angry" antics originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
Dwayne Haskins will start for the Washington Football Team for the second year in a row on Sunday, ending a dramatic week for the sophomore quarterback.
Haskins was caught masking without a mask on the Sunday following Washington's loss as he celebrated his girlfriend's birthday. The QB was reportedly fined $ 40,000 for its antics and robbed of its captain. With Washington battling for a division crown and Alex Smith unable to play, Haskins remains Washington's QB1.
Haskins' sloppy decision was a national story all week, and former Giants Pass Rusher and current analyst Michael Strahan left the Washington quarterback on FOX's NFL Sunday Kickoff Show.
"It makes me mad," said Strahan of Haskins' decision-making.
This was just the beginning of Strahan's ranting as the Hall of Famer was vividly upset that Haskins might miss out on a great opportunity to turn his hitherto memorable NFL career.
"It makes me feel bad because you work so hard to get to a certain point in your life," Strahan said. "You want to make it into the NFL. Now you're in the NFL and you're like, 'Oh, I got drafted. I made it.' No, you haven't. You're only in the NFL, and it's going as fast as it can. The NFL is very impatient. They don't have time to babysit. They don't have time to babysit a grown man. "
Strahan's last point is particularly striking. Before last weekend's incident, Haskins' future in Washington was bleak at best.
Haskins started the season as a starter in Washington but was relegated to the third string after just four games. In his 12 career NFL starts over two years, the former Ohio State star has shown little promise that Washington should build around him as her QB of the future.
Now, after this past incident, rumors have surfaced that Haskins' time in Washington is running out, even if he's currently the team's starter and a playoff spot is at stake.
"The more of these things [Haskins] do, the less patient Washington will be with you," Strahan said. "Which in turn means the rest of the league doesn't want you either."
This incident marked the second time Haskins was fined for violating COVID-19 protocols this season, as he was fined in October for booking a reservation for a family friend at the team's hotel before the game the eighth week in Washington against the Giants.
Strahan, like many people in the league, still believes that Haskins has a lot of talent. But for now, the sophomore year quarterback's decisions on and off the field have left many feeling like he was wasting his talent.
"Someday, you'll be sitting on the couch in your twenties or in your late twenties and regretting not doing what you had to do to be the best at something you're so talented at." Said Strahan. "You will waste your talent. You will watch guys who weren't as talented as you, not as high as you, completing, playing and doing the things that you could have done."
With Haskins getting one last chance - something the QB himself hinted at this week - he just can't afford to mess up again.
"Bring it together because there are no more excuses," Strahan said. "I hate watching guys miss their opportunity."

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