Ravens-Eagles lightning delay in 4th quarter
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By ROB MAADDI
PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Baltimore Ravens-Philadelphia Eagles game has been delayed because of lightning with 11:43 left in the fourth quarter.
The Ravens are leading 26-15 in a game dominated by backup quarterbacks on Thursday night.
Trace McSorley started for the Ravens and tossed two touchdown passes and ran for a score and Josh McCown had two TD passes in his first game after ending his brief retirement to join the Eagles.
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Updated August 22, 2019