PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 23 (UPI) -- Running back Rod Smart dropped Tim Hasselbeck's two-point conversion pass with 84 seconds left Friday night, allowing the Baltimore Ravens to escape with a 13-12 exhibition victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Battling A.J. Feeley for the third-string job, Hasselbeck lunged for a one-yard touchdown run with to pull the Eagles within 13-12.
Eagles coach Andy Reid opted to go for the win but Smart, who is battling to make the roster, had Hasselbeck's pass hit him in the stomach and bounce to the turf.
In last week's 16-15 loss at New England, the Eagles also scored in the game's waning moments, only to fail on the ensuing two-point conversion attempt.
Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb played the first half and went 12 of 19 for 139 yards.
Among the favorites to reach the Super Bowl after losing in the NFC championship game last season, the Eagles' first-string offense has managed just one touchdown in their first three exhibition games.
Baltimore backup Jeff Blake threw a 25-yard touchdown to Javin Hunter in the third quarter, giving the Ravens a 13-6 lead.
Matt Stover kicked field goals of 44 and 31 yards for the rebuilding Ravens, who have won two of their three exhibition contests.
Ravens starter Chris Redman went nine of 15 for 150 yards and an interception.