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Philadelphia Eagles vs Baltimore Ravens Live : The Philadelphia Eagles vs Baltimore Ravens got to face off in practice twice this week. Now they’ll be going up against each other in a preseason game on Thursday night. Earlier this week, the Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Ravens squared off at the NovaCare Complex for two days of joint practices. Now, the two teams are taking Philadelphia Eagles vs Baltimore Ravens things across the street to Lincoln Financial Field for the third game of the preseason.
The Ravens will participate in joint practices with the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday and Tuesday at the Eagles’ practice facility before Thursday night’s preseason game in Philadelphia.
Here are five things to watch:
Progress of Rookie Wide Receiver Marquise Brown
The Ravens’ first-round pick has yet to play during the preseason but continues to make progress in his recovery from Lisfranc foot surgery. This week could be another positive step for Brown, practicing against an opposing team for the first time. How Brown performs in practices Monday and Tuesday could determine whether he makes his preseason debut Thursday night.
“He’s doing really well, and he’s improving every day,” Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman said. “He’s really engaged in the meetings and out on the practice field. He’s really excited.”Ravens Secondary vs. Eagles Passing Attack
Philadelphia’s Carson Wentz is one of the league’s top young quarterbacks, and despite their secondary depth, the Ravens have some adjustments to make after cornerback Tavon Young’s neck injury. Young, the team’s top nickel corner, could miss the entire season. That leaves other corners like Cyrus Jones and Brandon Carr in the mix to play more nickel than previously expected. Taking reps against Wentz will be good work for the Ravens’ secondary, and Philadelphia has some dangerous targets like wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Nelson Agholor and tight end Zach Ertz. For a cornerback like Maurice Canady trying to secure a roster spot, this is an opportunity to shine.
Ravens Offensive Line vs. Eagles Defensive Front
The Eagles have a stellar defensive line featuring Fletcher Cox and Brandon Graham. The Ravens are trying to decide on a starter at left guard among James Hurst, Jermaine Eluemunor, Ben Powers and Patrick Mekari. Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh started Eluemunor at left guard last week against the Green Bay Packers and was pleased with how he performed. Facing the Eagles will be another step for Eluemunor and the entire offensive line.
“[The Eagles] get out there in those wide nines, and they’re coming off the edge. They bring it,” Roman said. “They’re a real penetrating, run-to-the-ball defense. It’s just a different style.”Lamar Jackson’s Sharpness and Ball Security
Facing the Eagles’ defense in practice will give some productive work as he Jackson moves closer to starting the regular season. Harbaugh indicated he doesn’t expect to play Jackson much more than a quarter on Thursday. But Jackson should get plenty of practice reps, and the coaching staff will want to see him continue the progress he’s made since the start of training camp.
Ravens Wide Receivers vs. Eagles Secondary
The Ravens have a few wide receivers trying to secure a roster spot that have played well throughout training camp, specifically Jaleel Scott and Antoine Wesley. Rookie Miles Boykin, whose roster spot is secure, has been stellar since the start of training camp. Working against the Eagles’ opportunistic secondary will help the Ravens coaching staff sort out the wide receiver depth chart.Teams resting their starters in preseason games seems to be the way the league is going. Doug Pederson said as much earlier this week. A number of Eagles players talked about how joint practice reps are more valuable than uncontrollable preseason game scenarios.
That mindset is certainly different than how things used to be. The third preseason game was previously known for being the “dress rehearsal” game ahead of the regular season. You know, the one where the starters actually played into the third quarter.
But we probably won’t be seeing that on Thursday night. Instead, we’ll have the luxury of watching the Eagles’ backups battle for playing time and/or jobs on the 53-man roster (or 10-man practice squad).
It’s unclear who’ll get the start at quarterback. It could be Josh McCown if the Eagles want to get the 40-year-old some reps in their scheme. It could be Cody Kessler assuming he’s fully cleared for game action after suffering a concussion last week. Or it could be Clayton Thorson, who most needs the reps as a developmental player.
At the very least, we do know we’ll be getting some Eagles football action on Thursday night. And, as always, that beats no football at all. It’ll also be nice to know there’s just one more preseason game remaining after Thursday’s final whistle.