NFL Power Rankings Week 10: Tennessee Titans crash and burn
By Will Lomas
30. Washington Redskins
Recap: I don’t like to give moral victories, but sometimes not moving a team down for a loss is just because they were exactly what you thought they were last week.
For me, I think Dwayne Haskins is a QB that needs a LOT of help and one that you would have liked to see with more time under former head coach Jay Gruden. However, the defense continues to look pretty solid with talented players across the field and for now that one unit makes them better than the teams underneath them on this list.
Outlook: Short term, I think the Redskins are in for a lot more pain before it gets better. However, there is a really good chance that they start next year with Chase Young on their defense which should make them one of the best defensive fronts in the NFL.
Offensively they are going to have to find a way to make Haskins feel comfortable as soon as possible and it does help that there are a few weapons on that team like Darius Guice (if he is ever healthy) and Terry McLaurin. The building blocks are there if you squint hard enough, but ultimately it is all about the QB.