One of the questions surrounding new Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins before the draft was how he would fit in an NFL offense, with the perception being that the Ohio State offense he ran doesn’t translate particularly well. But having studied Haskins, this simply isn’t true. Haskins ran plenty of concepts that can be seen every week in the NFL, and many of which are already run by the Redskins.

Here are a couple of clips of Haskins running what’s often known as the spot concept. Essentially, it’s a corner-flat combination that is often run against zone teams to try and put the flat defender in a bind, if he bites up on the flat, then the quarterback throws the corner behind him or if the defender sinks back to the corner, the quarterback can dump it off to the flat with room for yards after the catch. The spot concept adds a third receiver into the mix, working from the outside and spotting up about five yards down the field, in between the…



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