Turnovers were again the story as the Eagles finished the first half of their home opener trailing Baltimore 17-7.
Michael Vick set the tone on the first possession, when he led the team downfield, completing his first five passes, then scrambled and threw an interception to Bernard Pollard in the end zone, on second and 9 from the Ravens' 12.
The Eagles got the ball back on a Joe Flacco fumble and scored on a LeSean McCoy 1-yard run. but the lead didn't last long. Baltimore never faced third down in driving 58 yards in seven plays, fullback Vonta Leach scoring.
Then rookie Bryce Brown fumbled a handoff -- don't expect to see Brown again anytime soon -- and Ray Rice rambled 43 yards up the gut of the Eagles' defense on the next snap. Three quick plays later, it was 14-7, Nnamdi Asomugha beaten on a very nice Flacco pass to Jacoby Jones.