Eagles Over Ravens

On August 24, 2015, in Sporting News, by admin

NFLPhiladelphia Eagles proved far superior to the Baltimore Ravens, taking over the 40-17 whooping win in the second week of the 2015 NFL preseason on which Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots victories were settled by less than a field goal, the Lincoln Financial Field was the lopsided battlefield in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Eagles and Ravens were engaged but the local offense, led by quarterback Mark Sanchez, was hard to reach for the Ravens team, which let Sanchez take the end zone four times.

Philadelphia’s rushing attack made the Ravens offensive line look like made out of wet paper, which had the Eagles swooped down with Ryan Mathews 18 points and star rookie DeMarco Murray and Kevin Monangai, who scored on 14, two and one yards, respectively.

Coach Chip Kelly has made sure he is placed in a ‘complicated’ position, because with every movement he has made for the Philadelphia Eagles, he has a single mission in mind: be a serious contender for the Super Bowl, now in his third season as head coach, Kelly has led a series of surprising moves, but that in turn forces the team to improve over last year’s clear errors.

They let LeSean McCoy and Nick Foles go from the team to bring Kiko Alonso and Sam Bradford, who in turn is shaping up to the backup position while starting quarterback position is an obvious answer, the ‘star’ Mark Sanchez. the backfield taken by DeMarco Murray was a clear boost in this year’s offense, then again their offensive line was not the problem what the team should be quick to improve is the issue of their defense which last year was the worst in the League.

Meanwhile, in the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, the Panthers took a dramatic 31-30 win over the Miami Dolphins after the latter failed a two-point conversion with only two minutes left on the clock, rookie running back Brandon Wegher was the main architect of the victory leading with two touchdowns on nine and four yard runs, while veteran Joe Webb placed  seven more points from an 18-yard pass to rookie Damiere Byrd.


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