Redskins' coach Jay Gruden says he expects "great things" from Brian Orakpo and the team's improved pass rush.
It looks like the Redskins are halfway to their defensive goals of getting more sacks and creating more turnovers.
The Redskins escaped M&T Bank Stadium having avoided any major injuries to key players.
There were, however, some bumps and bruises.
Jay Gruden is excited about how the Redskins defense performed against the Ravens. "It's going to be very necessary for us to play great defense early on in the season most likely," he says.
BALTIMORE - The Redskins pass rush has looked strong all preseason, but in the second quarter against the Ravens Saturday night, the defense got a scare.