By Spike Eskin

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – At the half, the Eagles have more total yards than the Ravens, more first downs, and a decided advantage in time of possession, yet they trail the Ravens by a score of 17-7.

For the second consecutive week, turnovers have been a problem for the Eagles, with three in the first half alone.

LeSean McCoy has now lost more fumbles in 2012 (2) than he did in all of 2011 (1).

Michael Vick has thrown five interceptions in six quarters of game action this year.

The Eagles, while lucky to be down only ten, will have to take care of the ball far better in the second half if the expect to come back in this game.

Another interesting number, the Eagles have passed the ball 13 times so far, and run the ball 22 times, on 19 called runs and 17 called pass plays.

Let us know what you think of the first half in the comments.

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