Baltimore Ravens Injury Update: Lamar Jackson or Tyler Huntley to Take Ravens Over the Finish Line?

Published 12/25/2021, 6:06 AM EST


Things are not looking great for the Baltimore Ravens. They are on a three-week losing streak. The last time they won a game was in week 12 against the Cleveland Browns. It seems like they find themselves in deeper water after the unfortunate injuries. The latest victims of the injuries are both of the Ravens’ quarterbacks: Lamar Jackson and Tyler Huntley.

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Lamar Jackson and Tyler Huntley have been sidelined for the moment. Their future on the field is in jeopardy as both of them are listed as questionable to play their next fixture. In week 16, the Baltimore Ravens are set to face the Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens are going to have a tough time putting together a strong squad. 

Details on the injuries of Lamar Jackson and Tyler Huntley

The former MVP of the season, Lamar Jackson, has missed practice for over 12 days. He is still dealing with his injured ankle. Jackson hurt his ankle in the December 12th game against the Cleveland Browns. He still hasn’t recovered from it yet. 

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Ravens backup quarterback Tyler Huntley, on the other hand, is out due to illness. The illness is not related to COVID. Huntley also missed practice on Friday. Although he is listed as questionable at the moment, Tyler is expected to start tomorrow’s game. 

Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman said that Lamar’s missing practice “does become a concern.” He also said that Huntley has done quite well filling in Jackson’s shoes. The Ravens are confident that he can do it again. Week 16 is not going to be an easy ride for the Baltimore Ravens. 

Ravens’ troublesome week 16

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Baltimore is very short-handed. From their 53 player squad, 10 of their players are on the COVID reserve list. 16 players are on the Injury reserves. Along with all this, many of their players are dealing with minor injuries of their own. Even these minor injuries can sideline them against Cleveland. 

 

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The Baltimore Ravens’ future is in a lot of trouble. Even though they are still second in the AFC North division, these injuries could be their downfall. The AFC North division is so close that every single game can change the outcome of the season. The Ravens are going to face a lot of tough challenges before making it into the playoffs this season. 

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Gurjyot Singh Dadial

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Sports journalist by day, gamer by night and a gym addict by morning. Gurjyot has been a lifelong fan of Wrestling, Contact sports, Rock music and Video games. With a degree in English Literature and Economics from Patkar College, Mumbai, he is set out to conquer every task he sets his mind to.

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