Fantasy Stats

passing rushing fantasy
Year yds
Passing Yards
Touchdown Passes
Interceptions Thrown
Rushing Yards
Rushing Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2020 1439 5 7 46 1 7711
3y Avg. 935 4 5 49 0 5110.2

Fantasy News

  • Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: Passes away in car accident

    Haskins died Saturday in South Florida after being struck by a vehicle, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The former Ohio State quarterback was set to turn 25 years old in May. The 2019 first-round pick played three combined professional seasons with Washington and Pittsburgh.
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  • Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: May compete for No. 1 job

    Haskins believes he'll have a chance to compete for Pittsburgh's starting quarterback job in 2022, Brooke Pryor of reports. With Ben Roethlisberger set to retire and Joshua Dobbs (toe) scheduled for free agency, Haskins and Mason Rudolph are the only two quarterbacks under contract with Pittsburgh for 2022. The team will likely explore out-of-house options, of course, but there is a scenario where Haskins and Rudolph end up competing for the No. 1 job. Haskins didn't play at all in 2021, but the Steelers reportedly were pleased with his work on the practice field.
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  • Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: Inactive against Chargers

    Haskins (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Haskins was active for last week's matchup as a backup after Ben Roethlisberger tested positive for COVID-19. However, Mason Rudolph will serve as the No. 2 quarterback with Roethlisberger back in action Sunday.
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  • Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: Dressing as backup

    Haskins will be active as the backup for Sunday's game against Detroit, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Haskins will be active for the first time this season considering Ben Roethlisberger has been ruled out with a COVID-19 diagnosis. Haskins hasn't played since 2020 when he featured in seven games for Washington, though his chances of doing so Sunday will rely on Mason Rudolph's performance or any potential injury.
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  • Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: Starting in preseason finale

    Haskins will start Friday's preseason game against the Panthers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. At first glance, the starting assignment might sound like good news for Haskins, but Brooke Pryor of relays that it likely means Mason Rudolph has locked up the No. 2 quarterback job, considering he'll be rested Friday. It's now down to Haskins and Joshua Dobbs for the third spot on the depth chart in Pittsburgh.
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  • Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: Set for similar role Thursday

    Haskins is expected to close out the first half of Thursday's preseason game against the Eagles, Chris Adamski of reports. The 24-year-old finished the first half in the Hall of Fame Game against the Cowboys, and he completed eight of his 13 passes for 54 yards and no touchdowns or interceptions. Mason Rudolph will start once again in Thursday's exhibition contest as the two quarterbacks compete to serve as Ben Roethlisberger's primary backup, while Joshua Dobbs will relieve Haskins in the second half to close out the game. Although Rudolph drew the start in the Hall of Fame Game, Haskins led the team's quarterbacks by playing 41 percent of the offensive snaps.
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  • Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: Sees extended action Thursday

    Haskins completed eight of 13 passes for 54 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions and rushed twice for four yards during the Steelers' 16-3 preseason win over the Cowboys in Thursday's Hall of Fame Game. The 2019 15th overall pick officially began his journey toward what he and the Steelers hope is a career revival by getting an extended opportunity to man the offense beginning late in the first half. Haskins averaged a modest 4.2 yards per attempt, but unlike the player he's battling for the No. 2 quarterback job, Mason Rudolph, he did not commit any turnovers. The competition between the two players figures to run through the balance of preseason, and Haskins may eventually get a chance to work with multiple first-team wideouts in at least one preseason game, as was the case with Rudolph on Thursday.
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  • Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: Playing time mapped out Thursday

    Haskins is expected to finish the first half in Thursday night's Hall of Fame game against Dallas, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. While Mason Rudolph will start Thursday's preseason opener, Haskins should still receive ample playing time before Joshua Dobbs enters the contest to finish the second half. Haskins has taken plenty of snaps across the first several days of training camp and has drawn praise from coach Mike Tomlin. "He's grown by leaps and bounds," Tomlin said. "He's done a good job of communicating with players and coaches, and gaining a rapport with the receivers, trying to do the things we want him to do." Since the Steelers figure to use Ben Roethlisberger sparingly in the preseason ahead of his age-39 campaign, Haskins should have plenty of chances to compete with Rudolph and Dobbs for the No. 2 job at quarterback.
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  • Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: Busy at practice

    Haskins took a lot of snaps during Friday's practice, with coach Mike Tomlin explaining that he wanted to allot more work to players that will have significant roles in the Hall of Fame Game against Dallas on Aug. 5, Brooke Pryor of reports. It seems a little early to start preparing for a preseason game, but Tomlin apparently disagrees, or else is using it as a convenient excuse for limiting Ben Roethlisberger's workload at Friday's practice. Regardless, Haskins apparently has recovered from the facial injury he suffered this summer, and he should see a good number of snaps in the Hall of Fame Game, competing with Mason Rudolph and Joshua Dobbs for the backup QB job in Pittsburgh.
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  • Steelers' Dwayne Haskins: Suffers offseason injury

    Haskins suffered a facial injury in early July when he was allegedly assaulted by his wife at a Las Vegas hotel, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Haskins' wife faces a domestic violence charge following the July 3 incident that led to the quarterback heading to the hospital due to a split upper lip and other injuries to his mouth that required dental work. The Steelers said Thursday that they are aware of the situation but didn't offer a comment. Haskins signed a one-year contract with Pittsburgh in January, and it's not yet clear whether his injuries will impact his availability for the start of training camp.
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  • Dwayne Haskins: Expected to join Steelers

    The Steelers are reportedly poised to sign Haskins, according to Albert Breer of Per the report, the 2019 first-rounder, who was let go by Washington in December, is meeting with Pittsburgh's coaches, and "if all goes well, a deal will be hammered out." The team currently has Ben Roethlisberger and Mason Rudolph under contract for the 2021 campaign, and adding Haskins to the mix would give the Steelers a player with some upside to develop behind the 38-year-old Roethlisberger, who's tentatively expected back next season.
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  • Dwayne Haskins: Will visit Carolina

    Haskins will visit the Panthers on Monday, independent NFL reporter Josina Anderson reports. Haskins was cut loose by Washington after playing the past two seasons with the team. The exploratory visit could potentially turn into a signing for the quarterback, who completed 60.1 percent of his 444 passes for 2,804 yards, 12 touchdowns and 14 interceptions during his time in Washington.
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  • Dwayne Haskins: Goes unclaimed on waivers

    Haskins passed through waivers unclaimed Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Haskins had a tumultuous first two seasons as a professional, with most of his issues being self-inflicted. In a 16-game sample on the field with Washington -- including 13 starts -- he completed 60.1 percent of his 444 passes for 2,804 yards (6.3 YPA), 12 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. Haskins also didn't contribute much on the ground (40 carries for 147 yards and one TD) and lost five of his 12 fumbles. While he's unlikely to get a chance with another NFL team right away so late in the season, some organizations have already shown interest in the 23-year-old signal-caller as a project for 2021, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.
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  • Dwayne Haskins: Cut loose by Washington

    The Football Team waived Haskins on Monday. The writing seemed to be on the wall after Haskins' poor performance during Sunday's loss to the Panthers (154 passing yards, three turnovers) led to his being demoted to the No. 3 role for a second time this season, but it's nonetheless surprising to see a first-round pick receive such a short tenure. Just 20 months ago, Washington selected the Ohio State product 15th overall in the 2019 NFL Draft. Haskins has started 16 games in his career, a sample size equivalent to a full season. In that span, he has just 2,804 passing yards, a 60 percent completion rate, 12 touchdowns versus 14 interceptions and 6.3 yards per attempt. Any team that claims Haskins off waivers would inherit his fully-guaranteed $4.3 million salary over the next two years.
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  • Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Back to third-string gig

    Coach Ron Rivera said Monday that Taylor Heinicke, rather than Haskins, would start Week 17 if Alex Smith (calf) remains sidelined, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports. Rivera pulled Haskins during Washington's final two drives of last Sunday's loss to Carolina, at which point the 2019 first-round pick had three turnovers, no touchdowns and only 154 passing yards. Heinicke managed to spark a bit of life into the Football Team's offense in limited action, throwing for 137 yards and a touchdown while avoiding any interceptions. A combination of off-field issues and lackluster play appears to have lost Haskins the trust of his coaching staff, and it seems unlikely he sees the field again this season.
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  • Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Taking first-team reps

    Haskins took first-team reps at Wednesday's practice, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. According to Jhabvala, Washington and the NFL drew up a plan for Haskins to take part in practice while also joining his teammates in Zoom meetings after he broke COVID-19 protocols this weekend when social media posts showed him partying at a club without a mask. Meanwhile, Alex Smith (calf) didn't take part in the team stretch Wednesday, instead throwing passes on the side, per Jhabvala. Washington remains hopeful Smith will return to practice this week and be able to start Sunday against the Panthers, but thus far, Haskins is setting himself up to be under center for that contest.
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  • Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Won't be cut after violation

    Washington has no plans to release Haskins after he violated the NFL's COVID-19 protocol Sunday, when he was spotted at a nightclub without wearing a mask, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Photographs of Haskins partying at the club first surfaced on social media Monday, one day after he started in place of the injured Alex Smith (calf) in the Football Team's loss to the Seahawks. Haskins apologized for his actions Tuesday, but Washington is continuing to work with the NFL in determining a punishment for the 23-year-old, which could range from a maximum fine of one week's salary or up to a four-game suspension, per Tom Pelissero of NFL Network. Washington is hopeful that Smith will be able to return to practice this week and start Sunday's game against the Panthers, but if Smith fails to progress as anticipated, Haskins' murky situation would leave the Football Team in even rougher shape at quarterback. Taylor Heinicke is the No. 3 signal-caller on the roster, while Steven Montez looms on the practice squad as another option at the position.
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  • Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Mistake-prone in spot start

    Haskins completed 38 of 55 passes for 295 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions in Washington's 20-15 loss to the Seahawks on Sunday. He also rushed three times for 28 yards. Haskins expressed confidence early in the week that he'd be a more collected presence under center after having the opportunity to observe veteran Alex Smith (calf) over several weeks. However, the second-year signal-caller's performance was reminiscent of some the rollercoaster efforts that earned him a demotion earlier in the campaign, with Haskins short-circuiting two drives in Seahawks territory with his pair of interceptions. Additionally, he had to jump on his own fumble to prevent a third turnover, and while he led a long 14-play march late in the fourth quarter that had Washington in position for a possible go-ahead score, Haskins threw a pair of incomplete passes and took two sacks over Washington's last four plays from scrimmage. After the game Sam Fortier of the Washington Post reports that coach Ron Rivera confirmed Smith will return to the starting job in a Week 16 matchup against the Panthers if he's healthy enough to do so.
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  • Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Getting first start since Week 4

    Washington named Haskins as its starting quarterback for Sunday's game against Seattle, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports. After missing practice all week, Alex Smith (calf) was ruled out Friday. Haskins is now set up for his first start since Week 4, following an uninspired performance filling in for the injured Smith during last week's 23-15 win over the 49ers. The 2019 first-round pick has completed only 60.8 percent of his passes for 6.3 yards per attempt this season, with the same number of turnovers (five) as touchdowns.
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  • Football Team's Dwayne Haskins: Takes first-team reps

    Haskins directed the first-team offense at Wednesday's practice, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports. Meanwhile, Alex Smith watched individual drills in the wake of suffering a strained right calf in Sunday's win over the 49ers. Haskins took over for Smith late in the second quarter, but he didn't fare well thereafter, completing seven of 12 passes for 51 yards and compiling minus-12 yards on four carries. Washington seems to have some optimism that Smith will be able to start this weekend against the Seahawks, but Haskins is on hand for spot duty, if needed.
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