The Ravens have been effective on offense this preseason even with limited production from soon-to-be suspended RB Ray Rice.
The Ravens will host Washington in a battle of preseason undefeated teams in the final game to feature extended time for the first-team units.
The Ravens have scored 60 points in their last two games thanks in large part to first- and second-team defenses that have been forcing turnovers and keeping their opponents far behind by the time they get their feet under them.
Washington has tried being cautious with QB Robert Griffin III, but after only letting him play one series in the opener against New England, Griffin committed two turnovers against the Browns and opened himself up to injury on a number of running plays in the open field.
This game will also likely be the last game that Ray Rice plays for the Ravens for at least a month. The former Pro Bowl RB will miss the first two games of the season as he serves a suspension for violating league conduct policy due to an assault charge filed against Rice by his then-girlfriend, now-wife Janay Palmer several months ago.