The Washington Redskins and Chicago Bears are set to square off on Saturday night in what will be each team's second NFL preseason game of 2012.

The contest is set to get underway at 8 p.m. ET at Soldier Field. If you don't live in one of the local television markets or can't get to a TV, you can watch a free live stream online by clicking here.

The Redskins are coming off a win in their first exhibition game. They beat the Bills 7-6 last week in Buffalo.

It was the professional debut of No. 2 draft pick, Robert Griffin III, and he did not disappoint. The quarterback from Baylor completed four of his six passes for 70 yards. He led Washington down the field midway through the first quarter and hit Pierre Garcon in the end zone for the game's lone touchdown.

RG III will get even more playing time on Saturday. Expect him to play most of the first half.

Running backs Tim Hightower and Roy Helu will both be sidelined. Evan Royster will get the chance to earn some more playing time, as he's likely to get the bulk of the carries in this one.

Washington had a hard time scoring in their first game, but Chicago was even more anemic on offense. The Bears failed to score a touchdown last week, managing just a field goal in their 31-3 loss to Peyton Manning and the Broncos.

Jay Cutler will take the field for the first time since breaking his thumb last November. The quarterback didn't play against Denver because of the birth of his son.

The trio of Jason Campbell, Josh McCown and Matt Blanchard were unable to move the ball. Offseason acquisition Brandon Marshall wasn't very productive in limited action, catching just one ball for four yards.

While Chicago has a lot of kinks to work out on offense, they also have a few concerns on defense. Star linebacker Brian Urlacher will miss the entire preseason because of a knee injury. Defensive tackle Stephen Paea and safety Major Wright aren't likely to play either.

Prediction: Don't expect Cutler to be very effective in his first game in nine months. The Bears were lost on offense without him last year, so they'll have another tough time scoring touchdowns. Griffin III looked good in his debut and he should be able to take advantage of a depleted Chicago defense.

Predicted Score: Washington 27, Chicago 10