One thing that is certain for the Washington Redskins in 2019 is that they are in desperate need of a quarterback.  

The team is reportedly preparing to be without Alex Smith next season after suffering a gruesome leg injury, and while backup Colt McCoy is competent, he too is coming off an injury.

While this year's draft class doesn't bolster the same type of first-round talent the 2018 draft had to offer, the Redskins still have several options.

With all the buzz surrounding them, your initial thoughts will go to drafting the likes of Oklahoma's Kyler Murray or Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins. But after hearing who former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf compared Duke's Daniel Jones to, the Redskins may want to reconsider who they put atop their draft board.

"If you watch him, he looks like Peyton Manning," Leaf said on the Redskins Talk Podcast Tuesday.

"And you see why working with [head coach David] Cutcliffe, the mannerisms and all those things. And if you're building a quarterback, you want someone built out of the mold of Peyton Manning I think and be able to work."