Week 1 wasn't pretty.
Michael Vick threw the ball 56 times, including four interceptions, in the Eagles' 17-16 win in Cleveland. LeSean McCoy only carried the ball 20 times, but he averaged 5.5 yards per carry and finished with 110 yards on the ground.
Turnovers and penalties in Week 1 made the Eagles look like an 8-8 team at best. Finishing 8-8 isn't going to cut it this year.
Now it's Week 2, and the Baltimore Ravens come into Lincoln Financial Field for the first Eagles home game of the season.
The Ravens were very impressive in their 44-13 Week 1 win over a Cincinnati Bengals team that made the playoffs a year ago. As a result of this impressive win, the Ravens are the popular pick to win the battle of the birds in Philadelphia.
If the Eagles want to advance to 2-0, they will need to play a near perfect game. With the home crowd on their side, it's possible.