Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh on Friday did not announce the starting QB Wild Night Game In Cincinnati, they chose to take it right until game date. However, this may not be the most interesting development regarding the Ravens’ signal callers.
Sources say the Ravens plan to play both quarterbacks against the Bengals: Tyler “Snoop” Huntley And Anthony Brown. This is one of the reasons the declared player doesn’t matter so much – who plays may depend on which pack Baltimore uses.
star quarterback Lamar Jackson he is still outside due to a Grade 2 PCL sprain. Huntley suffered shoulder tendinitis and a wrist injury, but was a full participant on Friday, indicating he was ready for Sunday, while the Browns started. loss last week to the Bengals.
Harbaugh described himself as “hopeful” that Huntley could leave, and that the team did not raise the level of its QB. Brett Hundley from the training team. Now, it looks like both Brown and Huntley are going.
Although it might be an uphill battle for Baltimore vs. the Bengals, two QBs could make for a curveball. Huntley and Brown certainly have different strengths.
In five games, Huntley has completed 67% of his passes but also has 43 rushing attempts. Brown has just three rushes in two games and threw them 44 last week. The hope is to present Sensei’s defense with more of a challenge.
Asked if he was ready to return, Huntley told reporters on Friday that he did “No nerves.”
“Just excited to be back there after one week’s absence,” Huntley said, “It’s such an honor to be out there and play football and I appreciate that.”
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