Eagles vs. Ravens final score: Overview of loss in Baltimore, Philadelphia, 30 to 28

Well, the Philadelphia Eagles Week 6 loss could have been a loss to the Baltimore Ravens. They fought back after a very poor start. But eventually it was not enough.

Final Score: 30 to 28.

The Eagles are now 1-4-1 on the season.

Read further for some comments and postgame ideas.

First quarter

  • The Eagles received first. Carson Wentz was sacked by Kallis Campbell, who beat Jamon Brown badly. Wentz took another hit on the second play as the Eagles bounced back in the third and 23rd. At the third spot, Wentz had John Hightower open the bottom of the field … and the rogue wide receiver dropped him. laugh loudly. 2020 Eagles, Ladies and Gentlemen.
  • The Ravens converted to 3-and-11 and 3rd-and-10 (the kind of love that the third down defense!) Bring to the goal-to-go zone. Lamar Jackson then gave a nifty touchdown pass to Nick Boyle. Not an ideal start. EAGLES 0, RAVENS 7.
  • The Eagles pushed Miles Sanders to third and 13th on the second and 15th. Very intelligent On the third run, Wentz gave a pass to Zach Ertz of sticks to bring a punt. Two straight three and outs by the offense to open the game.
  • Brandon Graham and Josh Sweat brought 3rrd-12 to deal with the loss by pass deflection. Fletcher Cox forced a punch down Jackson’s third down pass. Hey, look, stop! Graham and Sweat deserve credit as two of the few Eagles who have made it to every game this year.
  • Vantz threw a little too wide of an open Aertz to bring the 3-and-6. In the third down play, a ball was thrown to Hentvar, who went out of bounds by a runaway cornerback. Did not get a chance.
  • The Eagles almost caught a tattered Jackson for a pass … but didn’t. Instead forced a three and out.
  • Wentz stopped running and snapped. laugh loudly. It is his 11th turnover of the season. Eagles offense is a disaster.
  • Rance easily picked up his second touchdown of the game on a middle runner Gus Edwards. But, hey, at least Davian Taylor got his first defensive snap of the season! EAGLES 0, RAVENS 14.

Second quarter

  • Yet Wentz is getting pummeled into third place with the offense out by the other three and the Eagles.
  • The Ravens scored only one field goal. No touchdown! Progress! EAGLES 0, RAVENS 17.
  • Wentz finished third to bring the fifth three-outs on day three. Jamon Brown is awesome.
  • Jackson went down for the first time at 3-and-10. The penalty left the Ravens trailing first-and-35 and eventually had to punt. The Eagles do their best when they can get some help from an opponent penalty.

  • The Eagles brought Jalon Hurts into the game for the first time and they picked up 20 yards on a designed quarterback run. First down of the game! a miracle!

He took second and second place. Hurts then threw out Wentz, who threw back to Hurts, who picked up two yards. And we doubted her number 53 overall! The Eagles Family received the ball to Travis Fulgham, who welcomed 20 yards down the middle to put Philly in the area of ​​the Rens. A promising drive for once !? Greg Ward made a real tough run, taking part in the competition while out of bounds, as Wentz was also getting hit. The play was reviewed and it stood up. Great job by G-Ward! Sanders missed a touchdown pass in the end zone to bring up 3rd-and-2. Not the easiest game ever but needs to be made.

The Eagles reached 4th-and-1 at the 20-yard line and Wentz’s stealth was cut short. Shame to see the Eagles’ most promising drive with zero points.

  • The Ravens went three-and-out with the Eagles taking two timeouts.
  • The Eagles worked with 16 seconds in their line of 25 seconds with one second remaining in the first half. Ventz was killed during a throw and missed a possible six. The Eagles attempted a Hell Mary and Fulgham caught it at about the 1-yard line … but it was tied in the hands of Marcus Peters for an interception. But a passer-on penalty on Ravens tried to score a field goal of 52 yards for Jake Elliott! And he missed it, because of course.

third quarter

  • Malik Jackson sacked Lamar Jackson (no relation, I think?) For knocking him out of the field goal and into a punt. Stopped well by rescue.

  • Sanders broke a 75-yard run in which he stumbled to the 6-yard line, but the ball was recovered by JJ Arsaga-Whiteside in the end zone for a touchdown! Just how they drew it. On a serious note, blocking is something that Jejav has done extremely well. Now only if he can actually be useful as a receiver. The Eagles went for a double-digit conversion and Hurts lined up at quarterback but was dismissed. EAGLES 6, RAVENS 17.
  • Ravens answered spontaneously. Jackson flew for a 37-yard touchdown in the middle of the fifth play of this Ravens drive. Remember, it is illegal for the Eagles offense and defense to play well at the same time. EAGLES 6, RAVENS 24.
  • Wentz drove Hoverver back into the depths of the field and it was actually Cagott for a 50-yard gain. Good to see the crook is a bouncy moment.

fourth quarter

  • Wentz got the Eagles in goal-to-go from the 5-yard line for the first downtime. Ventz’s third down pass was incomplete but the Eagles gave the passerby a rough penalty. The Eagles took advantage of Wentz throwing a touchdown pass to a wide-open Jason Krom in the front right corner of the end zone. Wentz finally found him, before Kiroom was a bit wide. Wentz hit Ward for a successful double-digit conversion attempt. A 10-point game with 13:32 left to play. EAGLES 14, RAVENS 24.
  • The Ravens went down from the Eagles’ 37-yard line to reach 3rd-and-4. Defensive pressure forced Jackson into a disorientation and Baltimore was brought in by Justin Tucker for a 55-yard field goal attempt. he made it. EAGLES 14, RAVENS 27.
  • The Eagles got a 4th-and-5 from their own 30-yard line and went for it. Wentz’s pass for Phantom was incomplete. The ball was in Fulgham’s hands but he could not catch it. Expensive drop by Philly’s best wide receiver.
  • The Ravens brought on Tucker for a 46-yard field goal attempt. he made it. EAGLES 14, RAVENS 30.
  • Wentz scrambled for a 40-yard gain on 2nd-and-16. He had no choice but to use his feet more often this year. Vent threw a pick on the hit. The play was reviewed and overturned. At 4-and-9, Wentz lobbed a ball into the end zone … and Fulham, the best player in the NFL, went up and achieved it. He is unstoppable! Wentz hit JJAV for a two-point conversion. A possession game with 3:48 remaining in the game. EAGLES 22, RAVENS 30.
  • The Eagles took their second timeout, with Rance facing 3:30 and 9 from their 26-yard line with 3:30 left. The defense (and) Jackson had to throw the ball. Punt!
  • The Eagles captured their 29-yard line with 3:11 left in the game. He picked it up from 49 yards with Wentz in deep air for Fulgham, who could not catch it, but delivered a pass interference penalty on Marcus Peters. Then, throw Fulgham on every play, great things happen. Wentz hit after giving a pass to Richard Rodgers (DICK ROD!) To bring the 1st-and-goal from the 6-yard line. The Boston Scott run brought the Eagles to the 1-yard line on a 2-minute warning. The Eagles tied it with Wentz for a touchdown. Unfortunately for the Birds, a 2-point conversion attempt was thwarted. The Revs hit Scott hard in an effort to read. What was that? EGLES 28, RAVNES 30.
  • Jake Elliott’s onside kick attempt was easily recovered by the Ravens. Jackson finished the first on a 21-yard run to ice the game.

Final score: 30 to 28, Eagles lose

Quick response

  • Hence. Several. Feeling scared Injuries. When will it ever end?!
  • Eagles are not good. But at least they don’t leave?
  • Carson Wentz showed a lot of heart in this game. He was getting hit a ton. He was playing with a ton of backups. And he still returned to the Eagles game.

  • Travis is Fulgham Legit.
  • Jamon Brown is awesome. And not a long term piece. Why are Roe Ota and Luke Juriga on the roster if they don’t trust him?

  • Not really impressed with the Ravens? If they played fast, they could have won the game much more comfortably. He was penalized 12 times for 132 yards while the Eagles were penalized three times for only 20.


  • Kevon Wallace got hurt while playing as a gunner on punt coverage. He went back to the locker room very slowly. Shoulder injury. He did not return.

  • Jalan Mills left the game during the third quarter.

  • Miles Sanders left the game with a knee injury after a long run in the third quarter.
  • Zach Ertz and Greg Ward spent time at the trainer’s table after the Eagles’ second touchdown. Both players returned, but Ertz had to leave the game to look in the locker room. Ertz did not return due to an ankle injury.

  • Jack Driscoll, who started right in place of Lane Johnson, lost in the fourth quarter. Brett Toth, who has never played an NFL snap, came into the game.

  • Malik Jackson suffered an ankle injury in the fourth quarter and did not return.

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