Eagles vs. Ravens final score: Observations from Philadelphia’s loss to Baltimore, 30 to 28

Eagles vs. Ravens final score: Observations from Philadelphia’s loss to Baltimore, 30 to 28

Well, the Philadelphia Eagles’ Week 6 loss to the Baltimore Ravens could’ve been worse. They fought back after a very poor start. But it ultimately wasn’t enough. The Eagles are now 1-4-1 on the season. Read on for some observations and postgame thoughts. • The Eagles received first. Carson Wentz was sacked by Calais Campbell, who badly beat Jamon Brown. Wentz took another hit on the second play as the Eagles got knocked back to 3rd-and-23rd. On third down, Wentz had John Hightower streaking wide open down the field ... and the rookie wide receiver ... dropped it. Lol. The 2020 Eagles, ladies and gentlemen. • The Ravens converted on 3rd-and-11 and 3rd-and-10 (gotta love that awful third down defense!) to get into goal-to-go territory. Then Lamar Jackson threw a nifty touchdown pass to Nick Boyle. Not an ideal start. EAGLES 0, RAVENS 7. • The Eagles ran Miles Sanders on 2nd-and-15 to bring up 3rd-and-13. Very smart. On third down, Wentz completed a pass to Zach Ertz short of the sticks to bring up a punt. Two straight three-and-outs by the offense to open the game. • A tackle for loss by Brandon Graham and a Josh Sweat pass deflection brought up 3rrd-and-12. Fletcher Cox deflect Jackson’s third down pass to force a punt. Hey, look, a stop! Graham and Sweat deserve credit as two of the few Eagles who’ve brought it every game this year. • Wentz threw a little too wide of an open Ertz to bring up 3rd-and-6. The third down play involved Wentz ...
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