Commanders WR Gets Honest On Being Coached By Eric Bieniemy
The Washington Commanders have some promising young talent waiting in the wings for the 2023 season, and they hope to use it to take the next step in their development as a club.
Even though quarterback Sam Howell has been named the starter, all attention will be on the receiving group that Terry McLaurin will direct.
McLaurin is one of the NFL's top young receivers, but he has never had a supporting cast that allowed him to reach his full potential.
The Commanders may have addressed this issue by selecting Jahan Dotson with the first overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Dotson had an early impact in his first four games as a rookie, scoring four touchdowns before injuries slowed him down.
Dotson, who is entering his second season with high hopes for improvement, recently spoke to Good Morning Football about his experience working with Washington's new offensive coordinator.
After a successful offseason and training camp together, Dotson is optimistic about the future of his partnership with Bieniemy.
Dotson will benefit greatly from Bieniemy's creative playcalling, as he is largely considered one of the top offensive brains in the NBA today.
There's no disputing that the Commanders have some elements that will make them competitive on a weekly level, despite the difficulty they may have in competing in a stacked NFC East.
If Bieniemy and Dotson can spark the offense, maybe the squad can make a run at the postseason again.
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