Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Dwayne Haskins Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I love playing football, I love the game.
I believe I can play with the best of them.
Whatever you do in this business, there’s going to be someone that critiques you, so you just deal with the criticism and keep grinding because that person isn’t putting the work in that you’re putting in.
If you play football and you’re comfortable with losing, you shouldn’t be playing football.
I just want to go to a place where the guys are going to develop me, have great people around me and be at a great organization.
I love Pittsburgh. I will do what I can to leave my mark here.
The biggest thing with watching film is that I see things that I know I can correct.
I need someone to believe in me and give me a good opportunity. I’m going to have to earn that, I have to work for that.
I won’t necessarily say it’s just about football. It’s with everything in life. I just wanted to be a man about my business, and that’s on and off the field.
Gotta be accountable for the decisions you make in life, and be able to move forward and make the best decisions.
Sometimes being human isn’t enough.
I know I’m a franchise quarterback.
Aaron Rodgers is a great quarterback, and he’s going to keep his team in every game he plays.
I’m just trying to move the chains and make plays that need to be made.
Own up to your responsibilities and your mistakes and be a better person moving forward.
Of course it’s great to be able to extend plays and know where to go when plays break down. But plays are schemed up for dropbacks and timing and things of that nature. So I feel I do that at a very high level.
I love protections, I love plays. If you don’t like that being a quarterback, you’re not going to last long.
Being the face of the franchise, everyone is watching you. You have to be able to lead other men. It’s a lot of responsibility.
Every game is a challenge.
I definitely feel like I have the skills to play quarterback at a high level in the NFL.
Coach Rivera and I are very close and I don’t want to ever just get comfortable thinking I’m his guy or he believes in me. That doesn’t matter if you’re not producing on the field.
I just think that the biggest thing with decision-making is knowing that the defense is making you check the ball down or knowing that the defense is baiting you to do something you’re not supposed to be doing, but making it look good so that you can try it.
You can’t try to be explosive and make the plays that you see on Sunday every day that you get the opportunity to be out there.
I’ve been a Giants fan for a long time.
I think I can be really good one day.
Once I understand the playbook and understand what I’m looking at, it’ll be easy as far as the timing and where the ball needs to go.
Every opportunity for me is an opportunity for me to showcase that I’m the guy.
Every time I put my helmet on it’s a challenge.
That’s something you’ve just got to get a feel for the game of. Just knowing not to bypass the reads for bigger throws or to try to find more time in the pocket to make bigger plays.
Success for me is finding ways to lead and be a presence.
I just don’t like defenses, so I want to able to be the most prepared to rip them apart.
I’m thankful for the opportunity to be somewhere where I just feel I can be myself and play ball and not have to worry about all the other stuff that comes along with it.
I just want to be better at everything.
I need to step up to the plate, and I can’t be selfish, and I need to stop getting in my own way.
Whenever the time comes for me to play. I want to make sure that when I do play, I don’t want to look back.
It’s just crazy how small this world is and how you meet somebody and that can change your life. That’s why I make sure I treat people the way I want to be treated, and I’ve got to do all I can to make sure that I leave a lasting impression on people.
When I was younger, I used to watch Ohio State and Rutgers a lot. Definitely watching Ohio State and Jim Tressel and Troy Smith and Ted Ginn, definitely watched Rutgers with Ray Rice and Tiquan Underwood, all of those guys.
It’s just great watching people achieve their dreams no matter what route they took.
Just being a mature person, it takes a lot of work.
The most learning I do is in meetings and board work and the film room. That’s what happens. When you work hard there, you play well on the field. So that’s what I do.
I just cut off a lot of toxic stuff in my life.
When you let outside noise into your head, you start thinking or believing whatever the hell you read or see.
I find ways to get the ball to everyone. Me in the pocket is more fun for me than to try to run for a touchdown or a first down. I like to see guys make plays.
Whatever team drafts me, I’ll be able to sit back and learn from the guy that’s there and be able to compete with him and push him, but know that a guy’s there because he’s a veteran, he’s done it before, he’s professional.
I’m going to do what I need to do in meetings and out on the field to showcase my talent that I’m a franchise quarterback and I can be a really great quarterback in the NFL.
Everyone can throw a football, but if you can’t ID fronts, if you can’t see pressure, you’re not going to last long.
You can’t worry about what someone is thinking about you.
I feel like I’ve grown a lot.
I’m going to prepare like hell to be a great football player. That’s what I do, that’s what I work for, and that’s what I prepare for. But when I go home, I’m not a football player no more. I’m just Dwayne. When I’m at the house with my friends, I’m just Dwayne.
I’m a competitor, and I hate losing. Hate being down on myself.
You have to learn how to love to watch film, be able to learn how to love protections at the end of the day, because that’s what will make you last. I could write a book on protections, honestly.
Coach Tomlin has been a great guy as far as getting to know me, as far as what I need to do as a quarterback, what I need to do off the field. He’s been very hands-on with me. It’s great to work with a Hall of Fame coach, to take the time and start helping me out. He’s a great motivator.
I know I can play well and play at a high level.
I play football, but at the end of the day, it doesn’t define me.
Of course there’s room for improvement all the time, throwing on time, throwing accurately and being able to move off of the spot and still find anther part of the progression, and that’s something I need to work on.
I want to be a Hall of Fame quarterback one day. By God, that’s not going to be easy. I want it to be hard, hard as hell, just so I can show that I can do it and prove to myself and to my teammates that they believe and trust in me.
I’ve been just trying to master that same edge that a Tom Brady or Drew Brees has; when he steps into a building, you know he’s there.
I feel like I’ve done a great job showing that I’m coachable, showing that I’m wanting to learn and trying to get better.
Just being the best quarterback, best teammate, best leader that I can be. I just worked on doing that every day and getting better, and hopefully that leads to some accolades and success down the road.
My first dream, of course, was to play quarterback at Ohio State. That was surreal for me, to the point where it went by so fast, I didn’t get to enjoy it.
What drives me is my family, my faith and I would say what drives me is my happiness.
Everyone has a different path and journey.
I get hyped every day I get to put a helmet on.
Just grateful for the opportunity Washington gave me, but it wasn’t completely surprising, but it was also definitely unfortunate to be able to be released the way that I was.
I know I have a strong arm, and sometimes I get to where I want to throw with my arm and not bring my legs.
It has been a dream of mine to play for Ohio State. This prestigious university best represents my family values, and playing under Urban Meyer’s strong leadership abilities and a person that I can have a relationship with after football was important.