On Friday, although he did not participate in today’s training, four-pointer Tyler Huntley is expected to start the game this week.
The original starting quarterback Lamar Jackson missed the first two weeks of the game due to a right ankle injury, and both of them are currently listed in the injury report as unable to determine the possibility of playing.
This will also be Tyler Huntley’s third career starting game, and it may be the most important one. Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals currently have the same record (8-6) and are vying for the first place in the North Division of the American League.
Tyler Huntley was drafted in 2020 and has performed very well recently, advancing a total of 603 yards in passing runs in the past two weeks. Tyler Huntley passed the ball twice and rushed the ball twice in the 31-30 loss to the Green Bay Packers.
The only Baltimore Ravens quarterback to participate in Friday’s training is Josh Johnson. The training quarterback Chris Streveler is still on the new crown reserve list.