PHILADELPHIA - In the team's 16th straight preseason win, the Ravens jumped out to a 26-0 lead over the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field and were able to hold on for a 26-15 win on Thursday.
Here are a few players who stood out for the Ravens:
Stock up: Michael Floyd
With Floyd seemingly on the outside looking in to the Ravens roster bubble, he certainly made his case loud and clear.
Floyd finished with three catches for 54 yards and a score. He caught a beautiful route down the sideline from quarterback Trace McSorley on an over-the-shoulder grab for the score.
He's still fighting for a roster spot, but Floyd registered his first catches of the preseason. If nothing else, he performed well to potentially get a look from another team, should he be released by the Ravens.
"Yeah, he's really had a good couple weeks," coach John Harbaugh said. "I think he got his legs kind of going the first week and he plays kind of angry. He does, and I say it in a good way. He plays with aggressiveness and tempo and physicality. He had some big catches for us today and he's done a great job."
Stock up: Trace McSorley
McSorley had an excellent first half and carried that the rest of the way for a 19-of-28 performance. He threw for 203 yards yards, had two touchdowns and no interceptions.
WIth McSorley still fighting for his spot on the roster, his showing at quarterback moved him that much closer to a spot on the 53-man roster.
He's expected to play special teams this year, which will boost his chances of being on the 53-man roster, and the 45-man active roster each week.
Still, his start against the Eagles was his best performance as a professional.
Stock down: Justice Hill
Hill didn't have many opportunities to make a special play, but he had a pedestrian game after his excellent showing against the Packers a week ago. He had just eight yards on seven carries.
With Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards and Kenneth Dixon out of the lineup, Hill got his fair share of touches but struggled to make much of them. He made a key block on a 44-yard pass to Miles Boykin, but the rest of his night was largely forgettable.
In a crowded backfield, Hill has to stand out each and every week to earn his touches. Thursday was a step in the wrong direction.
It is noteworthy, however, that the entire team only had 40 yards put together. While it wasn't just Hill who struggled on the ground, he's one that is fighting for playing time.
Stock up: Miles Boykin
Boykin had just one catch, but he made it count as he took the pass for 44-yards for the Ravens longest gain of the evening.
Expected to see significant reps this season, Boykin has been a big, athletic target for Ravens quarterbacks to throw to all preseason long. As his experience grows, the Ravens offense should evolve with him.
Stock up: Marquise Brown
Marquise Brown's stock isn't up because he played. It's how he played.
He had three catches for 17 yards and a rush, but suffered no setback and said he felt good with how he played postgame.
"I think it was very emotional during the pregame," Brown said. "Just knowing that I'm finally able to play. So once I got there, it was just back to football."
Stock down: Mother Nature
With 11:43 left in the fourth quarter, Mother Nature intervened.
The game was called after multiple lightning strikes, ending the game early.
That's not good news for some of the Ravens on the roster bubble, who were looking for any reps they could get. The team has just one more preseason game, and just over a week, before the rosters are cut to 53.
"I mean, (Eagles coach) Doug (Pederson) and I had the exact same feeling and all the players on both sides felt that way. ALl the coaches felt that way. To send the guys out there after sitting in the air conditioning for, it was going to be a long time, would've just been crazy."
This post has been updated with quotes.
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