4 major takeaways from the Ravens vs. Eagles matchup in Week 6

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The Baltimore Ravens and Philadelphia Eagles squared off in an out-of-conference matchup during the Week 6 slate of the 2020 NFL season.

It’s difficult to envision much of a better start to a game than what the Ravens had experienced against the Eagles. In fact, Baltimore held Philadelphia scoreless during the first half and held a 17-0 lead at this point of the game.

The Eagles answered back in the second half of this game. Philadelphia finally got on the scoreboard with a touchdown in the third quarter and faced a 22-6 disadvantage entering the final period.

Despite scoring 22 points of their own in the fourth quarter, the Eagles came up short in the end. The Ravens built too substantial of an advantage— causing Philadelphia’s highly impressive late-game rally to end up not being enough to change the outcome.

The Ravens now hold a 5-1 record entering a Week 7 bye. Meanwhile, the Eagles fell to 1-4-1 on the season and will look to bounce-back against the New York Giants.

With that being said, let’s take a look at four major takeaways from the Baltimore Ravens vs. Philadelphia Eagles matchup in Week 6 of the 2020 NFL season.