The Ravens travel to FedExField to face the Washington football team in Week 3 of the NFL preseason.
While most teams are discovering the end of their rosters, superstar quarterback and former league MVP Lamar Jackson will be making his first appearance this preseason.
Fixture – Baltimore Ravens vs. Washington Football Team
Date & Time – Saturday, Aug 28, 6pm EST.
Venue – FedExField, Landover, MD.
One of the most exciting stories leading up to this AFC showdown is can the Ravens break the record for most preseason games won in a row? The Ravens currently have 19 wins, and with a win at FedExField, they will break the record. There’s no reason to start playing, but again, having 20 consecutive preseason wins would be impressive.
Key Player: Lamar Jackson
Lamar Jackson will finally make his first appearance in the 2021 preseason, but it stands to reason that he will only play a quarter or two.
The Baltimore Ravens’ starting quarterback hasn’t seen any action in the last preseason game, which could hurt or benefit the Ravens. Letting his starting players rest is always a good idea, but not when he’s resting his starting wide receivers, letting Jackson pitch players who will potentially be eliminated.
Baltimore Ravens: team news
The Baltimore Ravens traded rookie cornerback Shaun Wade to the New England Patriots for a 2022 seventh-round pick and a 2023 fifth-round pick. There is value to this trade on both sides. The Ravens got some good loot for an over-qualifying player, and the Patriots got a potential Week 1 starter.
Washington Soccer Team News
Wide receiver Steven Sims Jr. was eliminated from the team, leaving some scratching their heads.
Two days after being eliminated from the Washington football team, the Buffalo Bills came in to sign the 24-year-old wide receiver. Time will tell if this was a bad cut.