Thanks to an ankle injury, for the first time in Lamar Jackson’s career he will miss consecutive games
OWINGS MILLS – Expected Tyler huntley start over for the Baltimore Ravens in front of Cincinnati Bengals, despite the fact that he did not train this Friday due to an illness not related to the COVID-19, according to a source.
Huntley would start instead of Lamar jackson, who hasn’t trained in the last couple of weeks due to a right ankle injury. The Ravens they have officially listed Huntley Y Jackson as questionable.
This would mark the third start in the career of Huntley, but none has been as important as Sunday’s engagement in Cincinnati, where the Ravens (8-6) and Bengals (8-6) will battle for the first place in the AFC North. With a victory, Baltimore would have a 67 percent chance of being crowned in the division, according to the Football Power Index from ESPN. The possibilities of Ravens to capture the division would drop as much as 8.5 percent if they lose to the Bengals.
Huntley, who was not recruited out of Utah in 2020, he’s been awesome playing instead of Jackson. In last Sunday’s defeat by 31-30 against the Green bay packers, Huntley became the first player in the history of the Ravens in recording multiple touchdown passes and multiple touchdown carries in the same game. Throughout the last couple of weeks, Huntley has produced 603 total yards, ranking only behind Patrick Mahomes, Kyler Murray, Josh Allen Y Aaron Rodgers.
Baltimore he’s suddenly left vulnerable at quarterback. Josh johnson He was the only passer training this Friday, due to the illness of Huntley, Jackson’s injury, and the arrival of Chris Streveler, in the practice squad, to the reservation list / COVID-19.
Jackson, NFL Most Valuable Player In 2019, he has been out since Dec. 12, when he injured his right ankle early in the second period in a 24-22 loss to the Los Angeles. Cleveland browns. This is the first time in the four-year career of Jackson on the NFL in which consecutive games have been lost.
The Ravens have lost three consecutive games and seek to avoid being swept by the Bengals for the first time since 2015.