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MTK 05-07-2020 08:38 AM

Haskins in his own words
 
Fresh thread time, excellent read

[URL="https://www.redskins.com/news/dwayne-haskins-in-my-words-first-nfl-season"]Dwayne Haskins Shares The Experiences Of His First NFL Season[/URL]

NYCskinfan82 05-07-2020 09:57 AM

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Yes a GREAT read. DH passes the eye test for me. He looks like a QB. Big Ben, Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, Drew Brees to name a few look like QB's.

skinsfaninok 05-07-2020 10:08 AM

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He also majored in journalism, pretty cool stuff. I am rooting for the kid!

Chico23231 05-07-2020 10:11 AM

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I think Haskins will be a good scheme fit for Scott Turner and RR.

We really need his young weapons to mature quickly tho...

MTK 05-07-2020 10:17 AM

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I think this should settle any fears of him not understanding what he has to do to improve. He clearly gets it.

GridIron26 05-07-2020 10:30 AM

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[quote=Chico23231;1251552]I think [B]Haskins will be a good scheme fit for Scott Turne[/B]r and RR.

We really need his young weapons to mature quickly tho...[/quote]

Or it's the other way around. I read this article explaining how Scott likes to call plays that take advantage of players' strengths. So I can see Scott working with Haskins to figure out what Haskins is good at and then call appropriate plays that will showcase Haskins's strengths.


[url]https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/redskins/nfl-expert-believes-scott-turner-will-build-offense-cater-redskins-strengths[/url]

Schneed10 05-07-2020 10:41 AM

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This was an insightful read into his thinking. I like hearing how he breaks it down for himself - avoiding the negative plays, don't compound mistakes by trying to be a hero. It shows a guy who is focused on taking each incremental step and layering it. It says he's likely to continue improving.

Pervis_Griffith 05-07-2020 07:37 PM

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[quote=GridIron26;1251554]Or it's the other way around. I read this article explaining how Scott likes to call plays that take advantage of players' strengths. So I can see Scott working with Haskins to figure out what Haskins is good at and then call appropriate plays that will showcase Haskins's strengths.


[url]https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/redskins/nfl-expert-believes-scott-turner-will-build-offense-cater-redskins-strengths[/url][/quote]


Exactly.

I also like that I read about Turner's use of analytics to help in breaking tendancies in how he calls games.

So we have a young, talented, motivated QB ... with a young, up-and-coming, OC whose Daddy is pretty much a legend in the league ... and a Defense that is built with first round talent and has a DC that has proven himself in that position several times in the past.

It's hard not to like the direction we're finally pointing to.

Say your prayers that our O-Line can find some semblance of competency. Next year could be pretty fun, with zero expectations. It would be great to fuck up Dallas' dreams.

FrenchSkin 05-07-2020 08:11 PM

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I like the fact that he acknowledges his mistakes AND the fact that it was frustrating for him that "it wasn't easy".
I think there may have been a little bit of "I'm so good I don't need to work, it's always been easy to win", so it's a great sign that he became aware of it and accepted it was not going to be easy.

mooby 05-07-2020 09:21 PM

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[quote=Schneed10;1251555]This was an insightful read into his thinking. I like hearing how he breaks it down for himself - avoiding the negative plays, don't compound mistakes by trying to be a hero. It shows a guy who is focused on taking each incremental step and layering it. It says he's likely to continue improving.[/quote]

Meh. He's okay but he ain't no Tua.

Schneed10 05-07-2020 10:11 PM

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[quote=mooby;1251579]Meh. He's okay but he ain't no Tua.[/quote]

Is that you, Bruce Allen? Still fond of injury-prone players, I see.

mooby 05-08-2020 06:50 AM

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[quote=Schneed10;1251584]Is that you, Bruce Allen? Still fond of injury-prone players, I see.[/quote]

Sexy over substance, it's what I'm all about.

- Bruce Allen

- Michael Scott

TKilla7126 05-16-2020 02:34 PM

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I have high hopes for Haskins this year and I think he'll surprise people.

Looks like he is taking this offseason seriously.
Dude is down to 7% body fat :httr:

mooby 05-17-2020 09:23 PM

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[quote=TKilla7126;1251950]I have high hopes for Haskins this year and I think he'll surprise people.

Looks like he is taking this offseason seriously.
Dude is down to 7% body fat :httr:[/quote]

7%?

What a fat piece of shit.

Tua's probably around 3-4%

FrenchSkin 05-18-2020 01:01 AM

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[quote=mooby;1252001]7%?

What a fat piece of shit.

Tua's probably around 3-4%[/quote]

:funnypost

Seriously though I heard Sheehan said Haskins already lost 4% body fat last offseason and people were impressed by how big of a difference it made in the way he moved, and now he has lost 4% more, that's a good sign, both from a mobility and motivation/worth ethic sand point.


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