With almost three weeks of training camp and a preseason behind us, the time has come for players to show what they can do under the lights or face the waiver wire. While practice is nice, it's the games that count—and the games that players are measured by.
Robert Griffin III was everything advertised in his debut. He showed poise under pressure, ran through his progressions like a third-year player, and above all, looked the part of a franchise quarterback.
But while he grabs all the headlines, Griffin is not the only player to watch on the field in the next few weeks. There are several pieces to the puzzle, new and old, who are fighting to prove themselves in these games.
Here's a list of the winners and losers so far this preseason and what they need to do to turn things around or keep things going.