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Ravens vs Eagles Live: The Baltimore Ravens vs Philadelphia Eagles 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.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.The third preseason game was previously known for being the “dress rehearsal” game ahead of the regular season

The third week of the preseason is here, with the Ravens lining up against the Philadelphia Eagles after the two teams shared practices earlier this week. The Ravens have won both of their exhibition contests, defeating the Jaguars and Packers. The Eagles are 1-1, with a loss to the Titans and victory over the Jaguars last week.

Traditional thinking used to be that the third preseason game was something of a dress rehearsal for the regular season. Attitudes towards the preseason are changing somewhat, with a lot of teams adopting the Sean McVay approach of keeping their starters almost firmly out of the action. However, this matchup is still likely to offer some final glimpses of what kind of shape the Ravens are in before the action gets real in a few weeks.
The Eagles have kept quarterback Carson Wentz out of both of their preseason games so far, trusting to Nate Sudfeld, Cody Kessler and rookie Clayton Thorson.

However, both Sudfeld and Kessler have picked up injuries along the way, prompting the Eagles to bring 40-year-old Josh McCown out of retirement.Thorson has completed 51.4% of his pass attempts this preseason, going 18-of-35 for 182 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. He should see the bulk of the playing time but is unlikely to have his life made easy for him by the Ravens. Baltimore leads the league in overall defense during the preseason, allowing a mere 169 yards-per-game. This includes just over 107 passing yards-per-contest. The Ravens have more sacks this preseason than all but four other teams. Thorson, and indeed McCown if called upon, are going to know they were in a game after this one.
The Philadelphia Eagles and 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.

Well, sort of. We probably won’t see much of the Eagles’ first team units. Jim Schwartz’s defense might get some limited playing time after previously playing against the Jacksonville Jaguars last week. But it’s hard to imagine we’ll see Carson Wentz and the Eagles’ starting offense.

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.
The most exciting part of the 2019 NFL preseason is upon us with Week 3 set to start later today. There are six games on the schedule, including a nationally televised, all-Florida matchup in primetime between the Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars. The rest of the Thursday slate features the Cincinnati Bengals vs. New York Giants, Atlanta Falcons vs. Washington Redskins, New England Patriots vs. Carolina Panthers, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Baltimore Ravens and Oakland Raiders vs. Green Bay Packers, the latter which will be held north of the border in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It’s a loaded schedule, one that fans won’t want to miss as teams are set to employ many of their starters for extended stretches this week.