Washington’s Ron Rivera Says Dwayne Haskins Must Improve Play to Remain Starter
Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera has put quarterback Dwayne Haskins on notice that his starting job is at risk unless he improver his performance.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Rivera told Haskins, during a meeting on Monday, that he mush improve his play starting on Sunday or he may be benched.
If Washington does make the decision to bench Haskins during Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, they would hand the ball to Kyle Allen instead of veteran Alex Smith, despite Smith being ready and willing to take the reigns.
Haskins is coming off a dreadful performance against the Cleveland Browns in which he threw three interceptions and fumbled twice in the loss.
Haskins has thrown for 625 yards, four touchdowns and three interceptions, while completing 56.4% of his passes this season for Washington.