Number Three: Arm Strength
Dwayne Haskins was known for one major trait coming out of Ohio State and that trait was his incredible arm strength. Haskins has one of the strongest right arms in the NFL and his strength could help the Saints offense explode into the passing attack they used to be.
The number one thing that has dampened the potential of the New Orleans offense in 2020 is the declining arm strength of Drew Brees. Trading next to nothing for Dwayne Haskins to come in and compete for the starting job seems like a logical choice for the Saints to make.
Haskins has the arm strength the Saints are looking for, and the Saints have the playmakers that Haskins is looking for. It’s a win-win situation for both parties.
Haskins has completed 59.6 percent of his passes through 13 games played in his NFL career while tossing 2,304 passing yards, 11 passing touchdowns, and 10 interceptions.
Haskins also adds a little bit of mobility as he’s rushed 33 times for 131 rushing yards and a touchdown throughout his career as well.
Haskins could be a great addition to the Saints who are in need of a future franchise quarterback to take over after Brees hangs up the cleats.