The Redskins return to practice Monday, scheduled for a 1:10 p.m. start at the team's facility in Ashburn.
While some good feelings will remain from Washington's last-minute win over the Jets in the second preseason game, most of the focus will be on the team's starters.
Kirk Cousins did not play Friday, along with a number of other top-line players, though the No. 1 topic at Redskins Park - for the second straight week - will be about the run game.
1. Status of Matt Jones - After the Atlanta game, the Redskins run game looked anemic.
After the Jets game, Jones (7 carries for 31 yards) and the 'Skins were able to get the run game going, until a first quarter shoulder injury forced Jones from the game. Diagnosed with an AC joint sprain in his left shoulder, Jones seemed to be in decent spirits following the game. Much more will be learned Monday when Jay Gruden addresses the media after practice.
The biggest question: What's the severity of Jones' injury, and the timeline for his return? Reports say the injury is not too serious, but the coach's update will carry the most weight.
2. Looking for Trent - Obviously Jones' injury takes precedent, but Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams is yet to play this preseason.
Last week, both coach Jay Gruden and offensive coordinator Sean McVay said they expect Williams back on the practice field very soon, and that could be as soon as Monday. Gruden said that after giving many starters the night off against the Jets that the team will take the third preseason game against the Bills very seriously (Friday @ 7 p.m. ET on CSN).
That could mean Williams plays in that game, in which case the organization would want to see 71 back out there practicing with the starting O-Line before Friday's action.
3. Interior design - Beyond Williams, there may still be some shifting along the offensive line.
While the right side looks stable with potential breakout star RG Brandon Scherff playing next to RT Morgan Moses, the center and left guard positions could still be up for debate.
Kory Lichtensteiger is installed at center, though some believe Spencer Long may be the team's best option in the middle. For now, however, Long has been taking snaps at starting left guard, a position most expect Shawn Lauvao to take over when the team decides he is fully healthy. Offensive line coach Bill Callahan works his group very hard, and the 'Skins will likely try a number of combinations this fall as injury or level of play dictate.
Once the Jones news hits, CSN will be all over it. Stay with @JPFinlayCSN all day for updates.