After an unexpected comeback against the Baltimore Ravens late in the fourth quarter, Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles let a much-needed win slip their grasp with a fluke two-point conversion.
The ball seemed to get lost between Wentz and halfback Boston Scott on the play, as both players held on to the ball just long enough to result in a deflating tackle in a combined effort by Ravens Matthew Judon and L.J. Fort.
What a terrible 2-point play with the chance to tie the game on the line.pic.twitter.com/YFDaPF0FTu
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) October 18, 2020
The loss, however, doesn’t fall solely on Wentz, if not at all. Wentz was secured by a shaky offensive line that allowed him to be sacked six times throughout the contest. His performance wasn’t grand through the first three quarters of play, but he showed signs of being able to will this team to a win in the fourth.
Wentz finished the contest completing 21 of 40 passes for 213 yards along with two touchdowns. With so many players out for the Eagles due to injuries, it was amazing to watch Wentz attempt a comeback against the likes of the Ravens.
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