Eagles vs Ravens

Eagles vs Ravens, NFL Preseason Week 3: How to watch. The Philadelphia Eagles aim to sort out their quarterback depth as they welcome the Baltimore Ravens in Week 3 of the preseason. Here’s how to watch.

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Misfortune certainly struck the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback room in the preseason. No, Carson Wentz is fine but the backup situation got complicated. On Thursday, they’ll welcome Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens to Lincoln Financial Field as they try to sort that out in Week 3 of the 2019 NFL preseason.

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Wentz isn’t likely to play for the Eagles on Thursday night as they try to keep their starter healthy. However, rookie Clayton Thorson and newly signed veteran Josh McCown will get their reps at the position. It’ll be interesting to see who performs better in this moment, especially going up against an always-fierce Baltimore defense.

As for Jackson and the Ravens, everyone knows what the athletic quarterback brings to the table. But while this team is revamping their offense for their new franchise quarterback, fans want to see Jackson start taking steps forward as a passer. We’ll see if he’s shown any progression throughout this preseason in Week 3.

This matchup will be broadcast only in local markets. However, those wanting to watch outside of those markets can do so through NFL Game Pass, a subscription service that’s currently offering a 7-day free trial to new users. FuboTV is also offering a free trial to watch after you sign up for a subscription.

Details for Thursday’s Ravens vs. Eagles game are below:

Date: Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019
Start Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PA
TV Info: Local Cable Networks
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass, FuboTV

Follow along with the game and keep track of the score in this preseason contest with the live, updating box score as well:

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Eyes will be on the quarterbacks for both the Eagles and Ravens on Thursday night. We’re looking for more out of Jackson as a passer while also trying to get more of a gauge of the Baltimore offense. Meanwhile, the Eagles keep looking for answers about who will be behind Wentz on the depth chart after their injuries.

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