A confounding conundrum came out of Washington’s decision to bench starting quarterback Dwayne Haskins on Wednesday morning.
By moving on from the former first-round pick after a total of just 13 starts, the team made it clear that they are giving up on him, letting him go the way of Josh Rosen in Arizona, hoping that he can find a new team somewhere down the road that might make some use of him. In his place steps Kyle Allen, a slightly better quarterback who might give Washington a chance to win one or two more games down the road than Haskins could have. But is Allen the guy for the next 5-7 years? Seems unlikely.