Not pretty but progress: Jets give Redskins look into future

The Seattle Times

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — When the New York Jets take the field on Sunday, the Washington Redskins could see a glimpse into their future. It's not pretty, but it's progress. The Jets are enduring a tough season under first-year coach Adam Gase and young quarterback Sam Darnold they hope will be the foundation of long-term success. It's a reasonable blueprint for the Redskins, who this week named first-rounder Dwayne Haskins their starting quarterback and could hand the coaching reins next season to someone with more say over personnel than the previous regime. This meeting between New York (2-7) and Washington (1-8) is Haskins' first game as the full-time starter and a step toward following the Jets'

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