Washington Redskins

1-8 (3-6 ATS)

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    ESPN.com: Dwayne Haskins to start rest of season for Redskins

    Rookie Dwayne Haskins will be the Redskins' starting quarterback for the remainder of the season, interim coach Bill Callahan said Monday.Case Keenum will be Haskins' backup and Colt McCoy will be the No. 3 QB.

    Haskins made his first start in Week 9 against the Buffalo Bills, completing 15 of 22 passes for 144 yards in a 24-9 loss but Callahan declined to commit to him as the starter before Monday.

    The Redskins were on a bye in Week 10.

    Haskins, who was selected 15th overall in the 2019 draft out of Ohio State, has completed 27 of 44 attempts with zero touchdown passes and four interceptions in three games this season.

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    Fansided: Dwayne Haskins will remain the Redskins starter for the rest of 2019

    At the start of the bye week, a report came out presuming that the Washington Redskins would start rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins for the team's Week 11 game against the 2-7 New York Jets. The report was widely presented as an official release, but it was only the expectation around the league that Haskins would start.Now, pursuant to Bill Callahan's first press conference of the new week, we have official confirmation that Dwayne Haskins will be the Redskins starter for Week 11. And onward. Per ESPN's John Keim, Callahan announced during his press conference that Haskins will remain the Redskins starting quarterback for the rest of the 2019 season.

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    Washington Times: Jason Garrett under fire for Cowboys' late-game choices

    In prime time, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett didn't have his best showing.After a 28-24 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, Garrett was heavily criticized for his team's late-game decision making, choosing to run the ball with Ezekiel Elliott inside the red zone instead of riding Dak Prescott's hot hand.

    With under five minutes left, down four, the Cowboys began a drive at their-own 26-yard line -- and moved the ball effortlessly down the field. Prescott found Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and Jason Witten to get to Minnesota' 11-yard line with 1:57 left.

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    Washington Times: NFL draft order: Redskins benefit during bye as other bad teams win

    Week 10 was a topsy-turvy one in the NFL, with the likes of the Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints taking losses and some of the league's poorer teams finding ways to win.Perhaps the most surprising thing of all is the Miami Dolphins' two-game winning streak. What once was a team destined for the No. 1 overall draft pick next April might not even crack the top five by season's end.

    In fact, the Washington Redskins have a little more "breathing room" in the draft order race now that the Dolphins upset the Colts, the New York Jets beat the New York Giants and the Atlanta Falcons toppled the Saints.

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    Washington Times: Matthew Stafford could miss multiple games with back injury

    Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford will miss Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears with a back injury, which could cost him multiple games.According to ESPN, Stafford has fractured bones in his back and doctors consider him week-to-week. One source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that Stafford could miss up to three weeks, as well.

    That's significant for the Redskins because Washington plays Detroit on Nov. 24 at FedEx Field.

    Backup Jeff Driskel will start Sunday's game in Chicago.

    Stafford's injury caused him to snap his steak of 136 consecutive starts -- the sixth-longest in the NFL.

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    Fansided: Redskins off-field updates from the bye week in Week 11

    Even without football, the Washington Redskins remained regulars on the news feed. The Trent Williams situation notably flared up over the bye week, and there were also some articles published about coaching staff troubles and potential front office changes lurking.We'll jump right into the action here; what off-field and NFL-related updates swirled around the Redskins in their 2019 bye week? Take a look!

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    Hogs Haven: The Daily Twitter: 11 November 2019 - Veteran's Day edition

    The Daily Twitter will be posted at the beginning of every day (at midnight in Washington, DC). The goal is to give readers a handy spot to check the Redskins beat writers & bloggers, and national sports journalists to keep up on the latest news about the Redskins, the NFL, and sports in general, along with a smattering of other things. NFL News twitter feed:

    Williams said he felt "football-ready" in Week 2 but couldn't work out all summer while recovering from 3 surgeries, "and then just mentally having to repair my mind from the thought of, 'Shit, it's over with.

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    Hogs Haven: Redskins Bye Week Offseason Discussion - Which Direction Should the Team Go in 2020?

    It always sucks to discuss the next offseason this early into a current football season, but for our beloved Redskins, this season was long over before it really started - so, you can say this discussion is about 6 weeks too late!Fire Bruce Allen:

    This has to happen. Whether he's fired, or leaves on his own terms, Snyder needs to rid the organization of this parasite. he's been an incompetent piece of shit his entire tenure with the team, but the latest spat with All-Pro tackle Trent Williams HAS to be the last straw.

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    Hogs Haven: Sunday Slop: Redskins news during the bye week

    "I even asked someone there recently, 'Would you guys go out and get a veteran free agent who could possibly start?'" Keim said. "They said, 'You can't put Dwayne on the bench for two years.'"

    Williams isn't just upset about Allen's initial reaction. Williams also believes Allen has been behind many of the leaks about the dispute. It sounds like their relationship is totally beyond repair, which is something that's been reported since training camp.

    In the red zone, per ProFootballReference.com, the Redskins have run 55 plays and only gained 2.66 yards per play.

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    Hogs Haven: Amazon's Jeff Bezos wants to own an NFL team, and he could help Dan Snyder get a new stadium

    Jason La Canfora reports that Amazon's Jeff Bezos is interested in owning an NFL team, and other owners are all for it. Bezos has the support of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, and has strong ties to Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder.As La Canfora mentions in the article, there aren't any teams currently available for sale. The Seattle Seahawks will likely be sold soon following the death of owner Paul Allen. The NFL is also concerned with various lawsuits regarding ownership of the Denver Broncos.

    Bezos bought the Washington Post in 2013, and is setting up an Amazon hub in the area.

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    Hogs Haven: Can Jaylen Smith Regain His Past Form And Displace The Competition At The Back Of The WR Depth Chart?

    Jaylen Smith, WR
    School: Louisville | Conference: ACC
    College Experience: Senior | Age: 22?
    Height / Weight: 6-2 / 219 lbs
    Projected Draft Status: 6th or 7th Round
    NFL Comparison: Jalen TolliverJaylen Smith was 3-star prospect from Pascagoula, Mississippi. He received offers from Ole Miss, Cincinnati, and Nebraska but chose Louisville because of their fast paced spread offense and because he knew he would get opportunities early in his career. Smith's college career really took off during Lamar Jackson's Heisman winning season in 2016. In that epic season Smith's receiving yardage total was 4th best on the team but his touchdown total was 2nd on the team.

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    Fansided: Games the Redskins should keep an eye on during their Week 10 bye

    During their bye week, every team in the NFL is keeping an eye on their competition. Even the Washington Redskins (1-8) will be doing that. Yes, the team is out of contention for a playoff spot, but they are in contention for something else.The No. 1 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

    Currently, the team is slotted in at the No. 2 overall pick. And for a ready on what the team might do with that selection, check out our own Ian Cummings' latest mock draft. But having the No. 2 selection isn't set in stone, and things could change over the course of the rest of the season to move the Redskins' pick further down -- or they could move up to No.

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    Hogs Haven: Hogs Haven 2020 NFL Draft Coverage: LSU Preview

    As part of Hogs Haven's pre-draft coverage, I am going to preview one team per week throughout the college football season, and it doesn't get any bigger than when #2 Alabama hosts #1 ranked LSU this weekend.LSU is primarily known for producing NFL-ready defensive backs, but since they are recruiting among the best in the nation, they always seem to have draft prospects playing at positions all over the field.

    Somewhat strangely, they only had three players drafted in 2019 after averaging seven from 2013-2018.

    Since 2012, only Alabama, Ohio State, and Clemson have produced more than LSU's nine first round draft picks (tied with Florida and FSU).

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    Hogs Haven: The 5 O'Clock Club: What will Bruce Allen do to try to "win" the fight he's engaged in with Trent Williams?

    The 5 o'clock club is published several times per week during the season, and aims to provide a forum for reader-driven discussion at a time of day when there isn't much NFL news being published. Feel free to introduce topics that interest you in the comments below.After an initial trickle of information from Trent Williams following his return to the Redskins locker room about a week ago, the dam burst on his silence this week, with Trent unloading about his situation to two different local media people.

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    ESPN.com: Sources: Redskins choose not to pay Trent Williams' $5.1M salary

    After placing offensive tackle Trent Williams on the non-football injury list, the Washington Redskins have elected to not pay him any of his remaining $5.1 million base salary for the 2019 season, league sources tell ESPN.This is a voluntary decision, within Washington's rights, but not how other teams have operated. Other notable players on the NFI list this season have included Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul and Los Angeles Chargers offensive tackle Russell Okung, but each were paid roughly 35-40 percent of their salaries while unable to be on the field.

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