Dwayne Haskins Jr.

Dwayne Haskins Jr. Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'4" / 230 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
May 3, 1997 (23)
2nd Season
2019 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 15 (WAS)
Ohio State

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Dwayne Haskins Jr. News

Dwayne Haskins Jr. Earns Praise From Doug Williams

Washington Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. was praised for his arm strength by Doug Williams, the senior vice president of player development. In a radio interview, the former Super Bowl MVP said Haskins has the best arm strength of any quarterback to be drafted in the last two seasons. That's high praise considering some of the QB prospects that have entered the league, and it should be taken as a vote of confidence that the team views Haskins as their franchise QB. Haskins needs to master the mental aspect of playing QB in the NFL, but he has been praised by coaches for his understanding of the offense despite an unusual offseason. Haskins enters 2020 as a low-end QB2 in fantasy but could enter the streaming conversation if he makes strides in Year 2.

Jun. 26th • 1:33 PM
Redskins Happy With Dwayne Haskins Jr.'s Knowledge Of Offense

Washington Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. is learning his second offense in as many NFL seasons but has impressed the new coaching staff with his knowledge in virtual meetings. Offensive coordinator Scott Turner said Haskins is learning quickly and "speaking the language" of his offense, despite not being able to get on the field with the sophomore signal-caller. The former first-round pick is favored to start for Washington, but new head coach Ron Rivera said backup Kyle Allen would have an advantage in a QB-truncated competition thanks to playing for Rivera in Carolina last season. Haskins struggled as a rookie but showed promise down the stretch, throwing five touchdowns to one interception in his last three games. Haskins is worth taking a flyer on as a backup QB in fantasy and still has upside as a dynasty prospect.

May. 27th • 5:54 PM
Redskins Believe In Dwayne Haskins

The Washington Redskins believe quarterback Dwayne Haskins needs to work on getting the ball out quicker, but that he can make all the necessary throws. They like his pocket presence and have expressed a lot of confidence in his potential. Haskins has been working hard in the offseason and taking it very seriously. ESPN.com's Matthew Berry expects Haskins to open the 2020 season as their starter under center. Haskins looked like a deer in headlights when he was on the field in his rookie season, but the 'Skins also didn't have a ton of weapons at his disposal. Washington is still in rebuild mode, so there should still be a lot of ups and downs and development taking place for Haskins in his second season. He's still a more attractive dynasty asset than one in redraft leagues for 2020.

Mar. 3rd • 12:26 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Dwayne Haskins Jr.
Kyle Allen
RB Derrius Guice
Adrian Peterson
LWR Terry McLaurin
Kelvin Harmon
RWR Steven Sims Jr.
Trey Quinn
SWR Antonio Gandy-Golden
Cody Latimer
TE Jeremy Sprinkle
Logan Thomas
LT Cornelius Lucas III
Geron Christian Sr.
LG Wes Schweitzer
Saahdiq Charles
C Chase Roullier
Ross Pierschbacher
RG Brandon Scherff
Wes Martin
RT Morgan Moses
Timon Parris
LDE Montez Sweat
Jordan Brailford
LDT Daron Payne
Tim Settle
RDT Jonathan Allen
Matt Ioannidis
RDE Ryan Kerrigan
Ryan Anderson
LOLB Chase Young
Josh Harvey-Clemons
MLB Thomas Davis Sr.
Jon Bostic
ROLB Cole Holcomb
Khaleke Hudson
LCB Fabian Moreau
Ronald Darby
SS Landon Collins
Jeremy Reaves
FS Sean Davis
Deshazor Everett
RCB Kendall Fuller
Aaron Colvin
NB Jimmy Moreland
Greg Stroman
K Dustin Hopkins