Ravens won’t name starting QB ahead of Sunday

NFL: JAN 01 Steelers at Ravens
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We know the Ravens won’t have Lamar Jackson playing quarterback against the Bengals on Sunday, but they aren’t going to reveal who is taking his place at this point.

Tyler Huntley has been dealing with a right shoulder injury recently and that led Anthony Brown to get the start against Cincinnati in the regular season finale. Huntley has been a limited participant in practice this week and was able to throw in each of the last two sessions.

On Friday, Harbaugh said that the team is hopeful that Huntley will be able to play this weekend but that the team isn’t going to name a starter at this point.

Neither choice is ideal for the Ravens as they try to pull off a road win to extend their season, but there’s little they can do but hope that things work out for them regardless of who is taking the snaps.

7 responses to “Ravens won’t name starting QB ahead of Sunday

  1. Trying to decide if he wants to lose by 10 points or 20 points. In the final analysis it really doesn’t matter

  2. There’s no benefit for a public proclamation. Miami just announced skylar as the starter. Will it affect the game, probably not. But why not keep your cards close to the vest (like Baltimore) and keep the opponent guessing.

  3. Looks like John Harbaugh may give Trent Dilfer a phone call and set up a workout. Desperate times call for desperate measures. Maybe Trent has 1 more Super Bowl run left in him…

  4. I’d take “Playoff Flacco” any day. Dude was cool as the other side of the pillow in January.

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