By Zachary Neel
One of the most common questions or topics of discussion surrounding the Washington Redskins this offseason is regarding who will be the starting quarterback when Week 1 rolls around.
There are a few different options to choose from; Case Keenum was acquired via trade earlier this year, Dwayne Haskins was drafted in the first round in April, and Colt McCoy is close to reaching full recovery from his broken leg last season. So who will the Washington front office choose to stick out there for the first snaps of the season?
Former Redskins quarterback, Joe Theismann, thinks that Washington should wait on Haskins, and he even questions whether or not the coaching staff will give the rookie enough opportunities in practice to successfully acclimate himself early on in the season.
“Kyler [Murray] I know is committed out there in Arizona, but in Dwayne’s case, how much work is he going to get in the preseason?” Theismann said on the RapSheet + Friends Podcast. “In the course of those three games, how much work are you going to give Colt McCoy? How much work are you going to give Case Keenum? How much work are you going to give Dwayne Haskins? That to me is the paramount question with the Washington Redskins: How much work will their quarterbacks get with the first...