Joe Theismann isn't happy about Dwayne Haskins' selfie


'Unprofessional' Dwayne Haskins misses final Redskins play for selfie

I'm happy we won. "I think it's an experience he'll learn from as he matures and understands it's a 60-minute game".

Interim head coach Bill Callahan told reporters everyone was looking for Haskins after the interception. He didn't come across as upset, but he didn't shrug it off. I think he thought it was over. We should not diminish how important Sunday's win was big for Haskins and the Redskins as a whole.

"I think he was caught up in the emotion of the game itself", Callahan continued. So yeah, I'll have to find out a little bit more.

Quarterback Dwayne Haskins # 7 of the Washington Redskins passes in the course of the second half of a preseason sport in opposition to the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium on August eight, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio. After the draft, Theismann gave Haskins his blessing to wear the No. 7 again; it had been out of commission since Theismann retired in 1985. "That's unprofessional & wrong", he tweeted.

Consequently, Haskins had handed by way of the stands taking a selfie with a fan to have a good time.

There's no doubt Haskins will take heat from the traditionalists. He helped lead a 19-16 comeback win over the Detroit Lions. Still, the rookie quarterback went 6 of 9 for 68 yards on his final two possessions. Both drives ended in field goals.

Haskins had a shaky afternoon overall in his third National Football League start, completing only 13 of 29 passes for 156 yards, but he led Washington down the field for a go-ahead field goal.

After that, Haskins was seen in a tight embrace with offensive coordinator Kevin O'Connell and then tackle Morgan Moses on the sideline.

He wasn't available for the final victory kneel down snap as Case Keenum took the field.

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