22. Washington Redskins (22)
Just how boring was it to watch the first preseason game for the Washington Redskins against the Baltimore Ravens? Well, let’s just say when Nate Sudfeld led the way in the passing game with just 68 yards and Samaje Perine was the top rusher at 15 yards, it’s easy to see how difficult it was to be entertained by the offense.
Obviously, if Kirk Cousins wasn’t held to limited action this would have been a much different story, but even before this game against the Ravens, there have been concerns over how the Redskins will look during the actual season. Between losing two key receivers in DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon along with all of the drama surrounding Cousins not getting a long-term deal, nobody really knows how this year will play out in Washington.
Despite losing their top duo at wideout, at least the Redskins were able to kind of fill the gap by giving Terrelle Pryor a trial run on a one-year deal with the possibility of larger contract down the road. Pryor may have been the No. 1 option as a member of the Cleveland Browns last year, but it will be interesting to see how the wideout performs now that he’s on a team with a better quarterback in Washington.