What did we learn about Dwayne Haskins on Sunday in loss to Seahawks?

Washington's week 15 game against the Seattle Seahawks was number one for any fan, as QB Dwayne Haskins would do fair on his first start since Week 4. It would be interesting to face a possible defense in Seattle, see if the former number 15 could do enough to secure a spot on Washington's roster for the future.
We achieved a mixed result. The first half was frustrating at times. The team only scored 3 points and Haskins tried hard to get the ball across the field. That frustration peaked in the third quarter when Haskins threw his second INT of the day. Haskins settled in on the track, however, and put together a few nice drives in the fourth quarter that allowed Washington to get back into the game. In the end, one last attempt to take the lead failed in the end zone by less than two minutes, but two sacks allowed from the offensive line are to blame and it is difficult to force that on Dwayne.
Everything we know after Washington lost 20:15 to Seahawks
So what did we learn? Well, you can look at Haskins however you like. Yes, he made a number of mistakes that could have brought promising drives to the ground, usually in the form of wiretapping attempts. On the other hand, he found a way to keep a short memory and kept playing on the track. He ended the day with a 38v55 win for 295 yards, 1 TD and 2 INT. He also added 28 yards on the ground. His high moments looked a little better than they did at the beginning of the season, but after a few months on the bench, there were still just as many lows.
It's hard to say we learned too much about Haskins on Sunday. He may have done enough to earn more playing time should Washington fail to make a playoff push, but it hasn't. Washington needs Alex Smith back asap and it will likely mean Dwayne's time in DC is coming to an end.
Everything we know after Washington lost 20:15 to Seahawks
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