Allen completed 10 of 22 passes for 100 yards in Saturday's preseason loss to Baltimore.
The Ravens played a bunch of starters, while Washington had a long list of players it held out, including some key backups. Still, Allen struggled, leading Washington to just three points while playing the first six drives of the game. He's the third quarterback behind Ryan Fitzpatrick and Taylor Heinicke, with his roster fate depending on how many signal-callers the team decides to keep. Saturday's performance won't help if it was a tough decision beforehand, but the team may also be patient with Allen given that he suffered a severe ankle injury last year. Either way, Heinicke is next in line for starts if Fitzpatrick gets injured or benched.