Eagles make their return to MRO arena, win game for second straight season

The Philadelphia Eagles won a game for the second straight year for the first time since 2013 with a 38-38 overtime win over the Baltimore Ravens at MRO Arena on Sunday.

The Eagles have won two straight since being swept in Week 17 by the Cleveland Browns, but they still have one of the NFL’s worst record stretches and will need a big comeback from quarterback Carson Wentz.

Wentz completed 13 of 18 passes for 166 yards with two interceptions and a touchdown while completing 23 of 28 passes for 303 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions.

He has completed 53.6 percent of his passes for 4,066 yards and 12 touchdowns over his last four games.

It was the second overtime win in as many weeks for Philadelphia (4-4), and the Eagles’ first since the Week 6 win over Tampa Bay.

They beat the Falcons 27-14 at home in Week 11, then lost 27-24 to the Packers in Week 12.

Wentz also threw a pick-six in overtime, his first in a regular-season game.

With the win, Philadelphia is 10-1 in overtime games in 2016.

Wenty completed 12 of 21 passes for 167 yards and a pair of touchdowns in overtime to help the Eagles beat the Steelers 34-28 in Week 16.

Carson Wentz threw two interceptions in overtime against the Steelers.

Tampa Bay won the tiebreaker, and Wentz had his first career playoff touchdown pass.

Wentzilla completed 7 of 9 passes for 109 yards and two scores.

Ryan Mathews, who has a career-high 14 carries for 63 yards, rushed for 44 yards.

Mathews had one carry for 16 yards in the fourth quarter, and he caught a 19-yard pass in the second quarter.

Rookie linebacker Mychal Kendricks added 29 yards on eight carries.

Kendricks also had a fumble recovery.

After losing cornerback Leon Hall to a season-ending ankle injury in Week 10, the Buccaneers have been one of NFL’s top defenses, holding opposing offenses to a league-low 26.9 points per game.

The Bucs have won six of seven, including two straight.

Jameis Winston threw for a career best-tying 526 yards and four touchdowns and the Bucs defeated the Browns 31-27 on Sunday to snap a four-game losing streak.

They lost safety Malcolm Jenkins to a concussion in the first half, and Winston and receiver Mike Evans both had shoulder injuries.

They are now out for the season.

New England Patriots won in overtime in Week 7 after a 17-point loss to Buffalo.

They lost to the Panthers in Week 9, and the Patriots are 1-5 in overtime since winning their first four games of the season in 2015.

In the season opener, New England lost 31-23 to the Falcons in overtime.

The Patriots had won four straight in Atlanta before a 29-24 loss on Oct. 27.

New England now has won eight straight in the season finale.

It is the second-longest winning streak in the NFL.

New York has won 11 in a row since a 17/7/10 stretch from Oct. 25 to Dec. 31.

It has a 13-1 record in overtime meetings, the longest in the league.

The Falcons, meanwhile, are 1 for 11 in overtime this season.