Here is a quick look at the Eagles loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

Eagles' best number: 28 (points scored in the second half)

Eagles' worst number: 0��(points scored in the first half)

View from my living room:
Congrats to Wildwood High School on snapping its 47-game losing streak.

Three stars
1. Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell (3 sacks, 4 TFL)
2. Ravens place-kicker Justin Tucker (3-for-3 field goals, including 55-yarder)
3. Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (2 TD passes, 40-yard run)

Turning point
It didn't seem like a big deal at the time, but Jake Elliott's miss on a 52-yard field goal in the second quarter turned out to be huge.

Eagles' best play
Wide receiver Travis Fulgham came through again, outleaping a Ravens defensive back to haul in an 18-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter during the Eagles' second-half rally.

Eagles' worst play
That two-point conversion attempt late in the game was horrendous. Jalen Hurts should have been in the game in that situation.

Did you notice?
The Eagles' offensive line was horrible in the first half, especially guard Jamon Brown. ... Wentz didn't throw an interception for the first time this season, though there were several close calls. ... Wide receiver John Hightower dropped a potential TD in the first quarter before making a 50-yard catch later in the game. ... Wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside scored his first career TD by falling on a fumble. ... Tight end Jason Croom caught his second career TD pass and first as an Eagle. ... RB Miles Sanders and TE Zach Ertz were sidelined with injuries late.

Parting shots
Ravens coach John Harbaugh on the penalties: "We have a lot to work on, for sure."
Eagles coach Doug Pederson on Carson Wentz: "Carson played a heck of a football game. Played tough, played smart, rallied his troops. I'm proud of him for hanging in there."