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The Redskins' patched up defensive backfield faces a stern test from the Ravens' talented stable of receivers.
With O.J. Atogwe and Josh Wilson returned to the lineup, Washington are close to full strength in the secondary. The unit will need to be at its best to counter the threat posed by Anquan Boldin and Lee Evans.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco may not be the most accurate passer in the game, but he is one of the league's best when it comes to delivering the deep ball.
The Redskins have looked vulnerable to the long pass play during preseason. Jim Haslett's coverage schemes will need to look a lot more convincing tonight.
The regular season is fast approaching and tonight is another chance for the Redskins to demonstrate their offseason improvements versus respected opposition.
The first team units may get more playing time, so this evening's contest should provide a more accurate depiction of the Redskins' progression.