He's completed 88-of-143 passes for 1,102 yards, nine touchdowns and five interceptions.
"We've got to have a game plan if Terrelle's able to go that he can go in and execute and give us a chance to win," Allen said. "If not, we've got to have something in there that gives Matt Flynn a chance to have success."
The Redskins haven't exactly been stingy on defense while allowing a per-week clip of 488 yards per game, worst in the league through three weeks.
"Too many mistakes," linebacker Bryan Kehl said. "Poor tackling, blown assignments on defense."
WHAT TO WATCH FOR
The Raiders' battered defense might be just what's needed to restore the mojo of RG3. Combined with running back Alfred Morris, look for an increasingly more mobile Griffin to utilize play-action fakes and read-option schemes to exploit a ball-stopping unit that's 18th in the league against the run.
The success of Oakland's offense -- and how it looks while achieving said success -- will be determined in large part by who's calling the signals. If Pryor moves from questionable to starter, he'll be much more involved with his legs and would continue to take at least some of the load from Darren McFadden. If it's Flynn under center, expect McFadden to boost his workload beyond the 16 carries a game he's averaged through three weeks.
The Redskins have been intermittently prolific, but nowhere near consistent, while digging themselves a three-game hole to start the season. And a trip to the West Coast doesn't particularly help matters.
Still, they're a better team on paper than Oakland, which comes into the game off of a short preparation week and will start either a dinged-up QB or a rusty one. Those issues should be enough to get Washington its first win.
Sports Network predicted outcome: Redskins 24, Raiders 20.