John Harbaugh: It looks like Tyler Huntley will start for the Ravens on Sunday

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Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is likely to miss Sunday’s game against the Steelers.

Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh confirmed today that he’s expecting Tyler Huntley to start at quarterback while Jackson sits out with a knee injury.

“It looks like it’s going to be Tyler on Sunday,” Harbaugh said.

Jackson suffered the injury on Sunday against the Broncos and Huntley came in and played most of the game. Huntley threw mostly short passes and wasn’t able to get much going offensively, but the Ravens finally sustained a long drive in the fourth quarter that Huntley capped off with a touchdown run, giving them a 10-9 victory.

Now the Ravens will hope that Huntley can build on some of that late momentum from last week on a very big Sunday for the AFC North, with the Ravens and Bengals tied for the division lead, the Ravens facing the Steelers and Bengals facing the Browns.

8 responses to “John Harbaugh: It looks like Tyler Huntley will start for the Ravens on Sunday

  1. Sprained knees last 3 or 4 weeks. I had one. Can end the speculation, he won’t be back until week 16 at the earliest. More than likely week 17 or 18.

  2. Huntley is not a bad replacement but they better have a replacement ready because Raven Steeler games are notoriously rough and if decides to run….oh well.

  3. Huntley is 80 % + as good as Jackson at a 30th the cost do the math he is the smart choice.

  4. Huntley can handle the Steelers. Hopefully he is back in time to spank the Bengals again and wrap up the division. Hopefully this keeps the fire lit for the Defense knowing that they don’t have Lamar to bail them out if they blow yet another 4th quarter lead.

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