The Redskins are 0-5 and Gruden's 35-49-1 record couldn't be tolerated any longer. Washington's problems go much deeper than Gruden's coaching and they have question marks across the entire roster, starting at quarterback. It has been reported Gruden was not on board with the drafting of Dwayne Haskins, instead bowing to the desire of owner Daniel Snyder. With the season now all but lost and with no expectation of making the playoffs, it's now a guessing game as to whether Haskins is back under center in week six to continue his trial by fire or if the 'Skins will keep him on the sideline to shield him from physical abuse and loss of confidence. As a first round selection and given some of the success of other rookie and second-year quarterbacks this season, it would seem Haskins is the odds-on favorite to be back under center this week. Without more experience and productivity, Dwayne Haskins, DLF's QB25, will remain a developmental QB3 in dynasty leagues.