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  1. Eagles can play good run defense. Ravens defense is good. The ravens will double team who they need to double team. Wentz as usual will try to everything. Game will be ugly but grease somehow walkways away with a come from behind victory 18 – 17. There might be a surprise turn of events leading up to the eagles victory.

  2. Lamar Jackson Career 23-4. Ravens are in great hands. Winning for many many many years to come. You suckers keep losing with your Loser ANd. This is not for Eagles fans. This for all fans. Except Chief fans. Ravensnation! Big Truzz! RavensFlock!

  3. Lamar Jackson just needs to get his legs moving. His off game started early. The week before last he scrambled for a 50 Yard TD. Last week he rushed for 3 yards. If he can be a threat with the run the passing game will flourish

  4. Don't care who wins or loses — 1 guy is a Div 2 NCAA Fargo Dome QB and the other guy is a 2 time loser playoff flop… Both teams going nowhere when it counts in the end

  5. Everyone always points to Wentz but sacks and interceptions are because we have a high school quality offense line. Can’t protect the QB, can’t run block and there isn’t any time for play development. Any QB would struggle under this much pressure..

  6. Oddly, despite the fact the Birds could easily exit this weekend at 1-4-1, their prospects in the who-wants-it NFC East now look a bit better with Dak Prescott down for the count in Dallas. And even though Philly fell short last week at Heinz Field, it went down swinging, with ex-Old Dominion Travis Fulgham (10 catches vs. Steelers) emerging as a viable new target for Carson Wentz, who might not need injured vets DeSean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery to hurry back into the lineup for the Birds to have a viable downfield passing threat. That’s all well and good beginning next week; against the miserly Ravens, it’s likely that Angelo Cataldi will be talking his most-disturbed WIP listeners off of rooftops and expressway overpasses on Monday, usual behavior in Philly after a loss. And a loss it figures to be as Baltimore’s defense is not requiring Lamar Jackson to play hero every week, especially after twisting the Bengals offense into a pile of rubble last Sunday in a 27-3 romp, when Joe Burrow (sacked seven times) took a beating that would even make George Chuvalo cringe. Note John Harbaugh’s team has won eight straight (7-0-1 vs. line) as a visitor.

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