- Dwayne Haskins’ regular-season touchdown over/under is set at 18.5 with standard odds.
WASHINGTON – Washington football has been in the midst of a very confusing time as of recently. Not only are they considered a bottom tier team in the league, but they will be looking to try and get back on track all under a new head coach in Ron Rivera.
Not to mention, they are also in the middle of changing their name.
Adding to that list would be the fate of Dwayne Haskins and if he can exceed the expectations set on him during the season.
Dwayne Haskins has started seven games in his career for Washington and was staring at the starting job in 2020 right in the eye.
That is before the return of Alex Smith from Injury and the acquisition of Kyle Allen from the Carolina Panthers.
Bettors who are looking at Haskins' current regular-season over/under for total touchdowns might be asking themselves if he can meet that number.
NFL sportsbooks have his regular-season touchdown total at 18.5 TDs.
If Haskins is in fact Washington’s starting quarterback going into Week 1, bettors can expect Haskins to hit the over mark of 18.5 touchdowns with no questions asked.
In the seven games that he started in 2019, Haskins went for seven touchdowns.
Now that he has added a season of experience under his belt, he will be able to prove that he is the real deal.
Dating back to his college career at Ohio State, Haskins put up a 50-touchdown season in 2018. With that being said, he is more than capable of getting the ball in the endzone.
Haskins will have a full arsenal of young, talented receivers to help him try and exceed those expectations. His receiving core includes Terry McLaurin, who played at Ohio State with Haskins and already has chemistry with him, Steven Sims and Kelvin Harmon.
As bettors get their NFL bets ready, they can comfortably take the over on Haskins touchdown total if he is the starting quarterback come Week 1.
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