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Baltimore Ravens Extend Preseason Winning Streak to 24 with 20-19 Victory over Philadelphia Eagles

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The Baltimore Ravens continue their extraordinary streak of preseason victories with their twenty-fourth win, defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 20-19 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland on Saturday night. The event took place at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland, where both teams delivered outstanding performances.

The Baltimore Ravens began the game in formidable form, characterized by kicker Justin Tucker's accurate 60-yard long field goal at the close of the first half. The third quarter saw Baltimore Ravens' second-string QB Tyler Huntley making a touchdown pass to extend their lead to 20-7. In the fourth quarter, the Eagles made a comeback as cornerback Eli Ricks intercepted a pass from Ravens quarterback Anthony Brown and scored a touchdown by running with the ball for 31 yards. Despite the comeback attempt, the Eagles failed to win, and the Ravens finished the game victorious.

Although the Eagles lost, many of their players showed strong performances. Quarterback Tanner McKee successfully completed 10 out of 14 passes for 98 yards and scored a touchdown. Running back Kenneth Gainwell rushed for 34 yards while carrying the ball 7 times. The Eagles' defense put on a strong performance, highlighted by linebacker Genard Avery's tally of 2 sacks and 3 tackles for loss.

The Ravens were led by Huntley, who completed 26 out of 39 passes, earning 271 yards and one touchdown. Wide receiver James Proche had a noteworthy game, recording 7 catches for 84 yards.

The match provided an excellent chance for both teams to assess their players and make necessary adjustments for the upcoming regular season. Next week, the Ravens will endeavor to maintain their preseason winning streak when they compete against the Carolina Panthers, whereas the Eagles will confront the New York Jets.