"You can put your pens down if you think we're going to name a starting QB in this room right now," Kelly said after the game.
The big takeaway: Philadelphia has two promising quarterback options. And the Eagles are going to be awfully fun to watch.
Here's what else we learned during Thursday's four games:
- LeSean McCoy is going to like playing for Kelly. McCoy made a few ridiculous ankle-breaking runs. He's ready for the regular season.
Mingo was sent to the hospital for an overnight stay. Lewis' status on the team has to be in doubt. (He was the favorite to be the backup running back.) Pinkston left the stadium in a walking boot with crutches. Ultimately, these injuries matter more than Weeden's performance.
- Joe Flacco's box-score line (7-of-9 passing for 111 yards, one TD, one INT) is deceiving. The Ravens managed just three first downs in the first half, including a slant that Torrey Smith took 77 yards to the house. Outside of Smith and Ray Rice, Flacco doesn't have a reliable receiver. Dallas Clark didn't play, and Visanthe Shiancoe struggled with drops again. This could be a season-long issue for the Ravens.