Ravens: 4 players with the most to prove against Washington

Ravens, Ty'Son Williams (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)
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Ravens, Chris Westry
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The Baltimore Ravens are set to travel to FedEx Field to take on the Washington Football Team later today. It will be the team’s final preseason game of the summer as they prepare for the regular season.

Of course, we can’t talk about the Ravens and the preseason without talking about the streak.

The Ravens enter the game with 19 consecutive preseason victories. They’re currently tied with the 1959-1962 Vince Lombardi-led Green Bay Packers for the longest winning streak in preseason history.

With a victory tonight, they’ll set a new NFL record with a whopping 20 consecutive preseason wins. The streak dates back nearly five years with their last loss coming in 2016, before Lamar Jackson had ever taken a collegiate snap.

Now, Jackson will look to help lead his team to the NFL history books. That is, if he even plays.

The Ravens will likely be resting a number of their starters and, although Jackson hasn’t played all preseason, it might just be best to sit him once again.

Especially given that the team will likely be without many of their top wide receivers, left tackle Ronnie Stanley, and numerous others.

But among those who are playing, which players have the most to gain/lose? That’s the question we’re out to answer.

Let’s take a look at four Ravens players with the most to prove in tonight’s game.