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Old 02-09-2020, 08:47 AM   #31
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Re: Could the Skins do what the 49ers did in 2019-20?

You never know what will happen with Haskins's progress. DC coordinators have a half year of film on him now. He will also be learning a new system. All the flaws in his techniques aren't going away without a lot of work and repetition.
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Old 02-09-2020, 02:59 PM   #32
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You never know what will happen with Haskins's progress. DC coordinators have a half year of film on him now. He will also be learning a new system. All the flaws in his techniques aren't going away without a lot of work and repetition.


Yes, you’re right. This offseason is really important for Haskin’s increased growth. First is to build an offense around him:

1. He needs a TE. Right now we have nothing. I believe we have a good chance to hire Olsen for a short 1-2 year contract. This is just a stop-gap for the team. Greg Olsen will provide a good TE, who is tough and can be a mentor to the young players we have.

I think the Redskins will target the best TE in FA. Austin Hooper is young, a very good receiver and also can block well. He will be expensive but we’ll worth!



2. Rebuild the OL . Resign Trent Williams, Scherff and Flowersr. Draft an OT in the draft and UDFA in order to try to replace Moses. The competition in TC will either give us a better and motivated Moses or a rookie OT. Martin is really improved and he may used the compete against Moses or to compete for C.

3. Add a WR#2 with the third round draft pick. This new rookie will challenge Harmon at #2. The draft has a DEEP pool of WR. We need a speedy offset to McLaurin.

All the additions will create a far better offense then last year, especially at TE. If we add Hooper and Olsen we will take a non-existence TE crew and make it ELITE.

The biggest improvement will be in the play-calling. Scot Turner will use Haskins strengths optimally rather than being slavishly addicted to a failed running game. We will see much more passing this season than last - especially on first down.

Finally, Haskins will be working with the coach’s at Asburn for most of the offseason. He has made statements saying he will do that. He needs to work on certain techniques. Alex Smith and a new QB coach will work with him A LOT. He may also work with all the receivers this offseason.

I think we’ll see a much improved offense this year. Our offense was LAST in the league last season. It will really improve with some normal bumps for a team with many young players. For all the naysayers of Haskins - they will be really surprised at how much he improves.




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