5 winners and losers from the Commanders preseason win vs. Ravens

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Who were the big winners and losers from the Washington Commanders' superb preseason win over the Baltimore Ravens at FedEx Field?

All good things must come to an end. The Washington Commanders made sure of that with a late rally to secure another memorable preseason win against the Baltimore Ravens during the first home game since Josh Harris' ownership group bought the franchise from Dan Snyder for $6.05 billion.

This was another massive confidence boost for Ron Rivera's men heading into the regular season. The Ravens hadn't lost for 24 warmup games prior to this, so it should provide additional morale even if the eventual result means nothing in the grand scheme of things.

The Commanders likely won't play their starters against the Cincinnati Bengals in their preseason finale. Rivera gave them solid reps on Monday Night Football, so taking extra precautions to ensure everyone comes through unscathed should now become the team's top priority.

With all that said, here are five winners and losers from Washington's win over the Ravens at FedEx Field.

Loser No. 1

Camaron Cheeseman - Commanders LS

It wasn't all positive for the Washington Commanders despite securing their second-straight postseason triumph. The performance of lovable long-snapper Camaron Cheeseman was concerning, in particular.

Cheeseman's status on the 53-man roster is locked in beyond all doubt. However, there were some wayward, inaccurate snaps that reared their head in this one that needs eradicating at the earliest possible opportunity.

This is something Cheeseman will probably clean up. Because given what's at stake for everyone across the Commanders next season with Josh Harris' ownership group watching intently, they cannot afford special teams to become a weak link.