A look at the top things to watch for on offense, defense and special teams versus the Ravens tonight.
ESPN's player rankings haven't been kind to the Washington Redskins, but coming off a 3-13 season, that is to be expected. The key now isn't where they're ranked this fall, it's where they are on the list a year from now -- that will be determined by their on-field success.
He likes playing physical. I loved the way he tackled against Cleveland, showing good form and not just relying on shoulder tackles like a lot of young players. Breeland actually wrapped up and drove through a ballcarrier. He also loves to find contact.
Robert Griffin III's progression. This always is something to watch. It's not just about when he should slide or not slide. It's also about continuing to improve as a passer. Aside from one pass against Cleveland -- albeit an ugly one -- Griffin was solid. He needs another game like that, without the turnovers. And, yes, everyone will pay attention when Griffin runs. It helps that he'll play at least a half, giving him more time to work with his new wideouts.
Bacarri Rambo-He's made progress at safety but since he's been playing there a lot he hasn't done much on special teams. If he can't demonstrate some ability to perform in the kicking game, Akeem Davis or Trenton Robinson could jump up and steal the spot.