Ron Rivera successfully understood the disastrous NFC East this season and led the Washington football team to its first division championship since 2015. But if the quarterback’s situation is different, the team’s situation may be better, at least the head coach thinks to look back.
Rivera’s team lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the wild card round. In an interview with WJFK on Monday last season, he admitted his mistakes last season and pointed out the training camp. The trouble started with him.
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“Yes, I will. I will.” He said, giving the other quarterback a chance. “The biggest thing I want to do is that I will create more opportunities to mix everyone together. Rather than saying, yes, I will only insist on doing it by one person. Looking back now, again, I think it is In 2020.
Washington has experienced four quarterbacks this season.
The season began with second-year quarterback Dwayne Haskins as the starter, and then Rivera replaced him as Kyle Allen̵
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After Allen suffered a leg injury at the end of the season, Alex Smith was promoted to quarterback until Washington played a wild card game with Bucs, when four-string quarterback Taylor Haynick (Taylor Heinicke) was appointed as the starter to replace the injured Smith.
Rivera continued on Monday: “I mean I made a mistake and I have to stick to it. It’s a fact.” “It’s so simple, that’s what I want to say. I’m just being honest.”
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As for the quarterback, it is still unclear where Rivera will develop next season.
Hynek won the case in the breakout performance at the weekend, Rivera said: “He won the opportunity.”