ASHBURN, Va. -- Dwayne Haskins feels it when he's on the field, whether in practice or the games. It's why he's ready -- and hopeful -- about the next seven games now that he'll be the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback the rest of the season. It's why the Redskins (1-8) hope they see progress, providing a boost heading into the offseason.
"A lot more comfortable, a lot more confident. Different me back there," Haskins said.
That was in comparison to his first outing, a relief appearance against the New York Giants in Week 4.