RG III will probably get more time on the field Saturday in Chicago against a good Bears defense.
All eyes will be on the second overall pick to see if he picks up where he left off in Buffalo with his control of the Skins offense.
The preseason games are a building process and the biggest key of course is staying healthy. That being said it would be nice to see RG III continue to find a comfort zone in the pocket and chemistry with his receiving corps.
This week RG III revealed that he has not been tackled since Baylor's Bowl Game against the University of Washington. Most Redskin fans would like to see that streak of a clean jersey stay alive through at least the preseason.
However, sooner or later it will happen. RG III is going to hit the turf either by sack or being tackled after a scramble. Last week RG III made a point of not taking off and running.
One of the things the Redskins and the rest of the NFL liked about the Heisman winner was his ability to extend plays with his legs. Given the current state of the Skins offensive line (patch work) expect the rookie to use those legs sometime in the near future.
The question is will he be ready to slide or will he find the sideline. Avoiding big hits will be key for the young QB's long-term health and the Skins' success. The question is will he need to show off his scrambling skills in the preseason and save it for when the games truly count.