Ravens survive but sloppy win needs to serve as wake-up call

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The Baltimore Ravens improved to 5-1 for the first time since their Super Bowl seasons in 2000 and 2012.

But no one will be talking about title aspirations after a 30-28 win in Philadelphia.

The Ravens committed 12 penalties for 132 yards. The defense allowed 28 points in the second half. The offense couldn’t close out the game in their usual fashion.

Lamar Jackson was able to run for a score Sunday, but he still didn’t resemble his MVP form. AP Photo/Chris Szagola

“We have to learn to finish, man,” Ravens safety DeShon Elliott said. “When you have a lead like that, you can’t let off the gas pedal. We let off their necks. I feel like we have to be better than that. Games can’t be that close if we want to be great.”

This is the third straight game in which the Ravens came away with the victory but felt like they should’ve played better. The difference this time is Baltimore failed to hold a 24-6 lead in the third quarter and needed a tackle by Matthew Judon and L.J. Fort on a two-point conversion with 1:55 remaining to avoid one of the biggest collapses in

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