COLUMBUS, Ohio — Former Ohio State football All-Big Ten quarterback Dwayne Haskins got his first official NFL start Sunday when the Washington Redskins hosted the New York Jets.Though the Redskins lost the game 34-17 — dropping them to 1-9 this season — Haskins completed 19 of 35 passes for 214 yards and two touchdowns. He and fellow former Buckeye Terry McLaurin connected three times for 69 yards. Haskins did throw one interception and was sacked six times.Haskins was named the Redksins’ starting quarterback for the remainder of the season after serving in a backup role in the first nine games.Here is a look at the first two touchdown passes of his NFL career:Ohio State and Penn State competition to go past just the football fieldKey Dates• Ohio State vs. Penn State: 4 days, Nov. 30, noon• Ohio State at Michigan: 11 days, Nov. 30• Big Ten Championship: 18 days, Dec. 7• College Football Playoff Semifinal: 39 days, Dec. 28• College Football Playoff National Championship: 55 days, Jan. 13, 2020More Buckeyes coverageWhy Ohio State’s Justin Fields first committed to Penn State, and why he changed his mindWhile Ohio State football closes with Penn State and Michigan back-to-back, SEC powers take a cupcake breakWhat does Chase Young’s return mean for Ohio State football on the field?Inside Ohio State football’s win over Rutgers from the stands, from ‘So terrible’ to ‘I’m so happy’Five Penn State players Ohio State football fans should worry aboutRonnie Bell continues to grow as Michigan football’s top receiver despite no touchdowns: Weekly Wolverine WatchOhio State basketball moves up to No. 10 in the Associated Press Top 25 PollOhio State basketball’s Kaleb Wesson earns Big Ten Player of the Week honorsHow Shaun Wade stepped up for Ohio State football in Damon Arnette’s absenceOhio State football names 23 players as champions from win over RutgersOhio State football names 23 players as champions from win over RutgersOhio State basketball stays undefeated with an 86-51 blowout win over StetsonGet Buckeyes Insider texts in your phone from Doug Lesmerises: Cut through the clutter of social media and communicate directly with the award-winning OSU football reporter, just like you would with your friends. Sign up for insight on the Buckeyes in your phone for $3.99 per month.