Washington Commanders draft Jayden Daniels, a dual-threat quarterback, with the No. 2 pick.

Daniels won the Heisman Trophy  and excels in both passing and running.

He played for LSU, throwing 40 touchdowns and running for 8.

Daniels started 55 college games, accumulating impressive stats.

Washington seeks to fill a long-standing quarterback gap.

The franchise has undergone significant changes in ownership  and management.

Washington hasn't had a winning record since 2016 or a playoff win since 2005.

Previous attempts to solve the quarterback issue have failed.

No quarterback has been a  consistent starter for  Washington in recent years.

The Commanders traded their previous starter, Sam Howell, and have backup options.

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