Kirk Cousins' career with the Washington Redskins has seemingly been as much about his debated worth to his team as his actual performance on the field.

How else do you explain the annual discussions of whether Washington should -- or will -- commit to Cousins for more than a single season at a time? And when the Redskins are yet again clawing for life as the latter portion of the season arrives, things like Cousins' long-term future in D.C. seem just as pressing as the team's current attempts to avoid a full-blown collapse.

Cousins, however, would tell you he's got his sights set on sticking in Washington.

That's according to Alex Duke, who profiled the quarterback for The Gospel Coalition and said Cousins is "fully invested in the present goal of getting the Redskins to the Super Bowl in 2018 or beyond."