After escaping the stingy Cleveland secondary, the Philadelphia Eagles battle the Baltimore Ravens Sunday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field.
The game begins at 1pm eastern time and will be shown by CBS, or watch a live stream online by purchasing NFL Sunday Ticket Max.
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick struggled with four interceptions, yet still led Philadelphia on a game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter, capped by an 8-yard touchdown pass to tight end Clay Harbor for an ugly 17-16 victory.
Running back LeSean McCoy ran for 110 yards, and made six receptions for 26 yards, while wide receiver Jeremy Maclin scrapped together seven receptions for 96 yards and a touchdown against Cleveland's dominate defensive backs.
Philadelphia's defense balanced out the offense's miscues by picking off rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden four times, and kept power running back Trent Richardson from breaking off any long runs.
The Ravens, on the other hand, appeared to be one of the most complete teams in NFL last week.
Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco looked like he'd been running the no-huddle offense for years as the Ravens torched the Cincinnati Bengals 40-13 in Week One.
Flacco went 21-for-29 for 299 yards and two touchdowns, and found a new favorite target in tight end Dennis Pitta, who nabbed 5 catches for 73 yards and a touchdown.
Running back Ray Rice also contributed two touchdowns to go along with 62 rushing yards, and three receptions for 25 yards.
The Ravens defense played just as dominantly, and did not appear to miss veteran Terrell Suggs, who is out for the season with a torn Achilles tendon.
Veteran safety Ed Reed poached an interception and took it 34 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter, and the rest of the Baltimore defense recorded four sacks and forced two Cincinnati turnovers.
The Eagles may be without Maclin and fellow wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who are both listed as questionable for Sunday.
Betting Odds: Philadelphia is favored by 3 points.
Prediction: Baltimore's offense was an eerie combination of the 2007 New England Patriots and every year of Peyton Manning's reign in Indianapolis. Philadelphia's pass rush must pressure Flacco and not give up big plays down the sidelines to receivers Torrey Smith and Anquan Boldin.
Predicted Score: Baltimore 24, Philadelphia 13