The Redskins seemingly had a player limping off the field every single series tonight.
The Ravens were much luckier on the injury front.
According to head coach John Harbaugh, wide receiver Demetrius Williams was the only Raven to come out of tonight's game ailing.
The wide receiver rolled an ankle in the second quarter of tonight's game, but doesn't expect it to limit his this week.
"I don't think it's serious," Williams said. "I'll definitely be practicing. It's minor. I didn't get no X-rays. I should be back Monday."
There were also multiple reports that tight end Todd Heap underwent an X-ray during the game, but Heap was not in the locker room when I went in after the game, so I don't have an update on his status.
Chris Carr hoped to play tonight, but the Ravens opted to play it safe with the cornerback, who is battling a hamstring injury.
"It was up in the air with the trainers and stuff," Carr said. "When I went in the game last week, the first play I kinda felt it again. And it's one of those things where you feel good and you want to play because you're competitive. But it probably wasn't the most prudent decision last week for me to go in there.
"But I feel good. Unless something crazy happens, I'll be full speed playing against the Giants [next Saturday], and as soon as we start practicing again, I'll be out there doing every rep."