The Cleveland offense has struggled through the season’s first two weeks. Still, that shouldn’t deter us from stashing a player with the raw athleticism that Demetrius Harris possesses. One who was efficient on limited usage playing behind Travis Kelce last year, averaging 13.7 yards on his 12 receptions.
With Kyler Murray locked into his starting role from day one, and Daniel Jones set to start his first game this week, it’s not hard to conclude that Dwayne Haskins’ time will come sooner rather than later. It will be easy to see Washington make the switch to the former Heisman finalist and Rose Bowl MVP if they’re blown out at home against the Bears on Monday Night Football.