Tyler Huntley
Tyler Huntley #2 of the Baltimore Ravens passes the ball against the Cleveland Browns in the second half at FirstEnergy Stadium on December 12, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio. Photo by Mike Mulholland/Getty Images


  • The Ravens rehashed their confidence in Tyler Huntley after Lamar Jackson went down due to an ankle sprain
  • Huntley performed admirably by putting up 315 yards of offense
  • Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are set to visit Baltimore for Week 15

The Baltimore Ravens is working against the clock to close out the regular season on a high note after losing to the Cleveland Browns in Week 14.

2019 NFL MVP quarterback Lamar Jackson’s injury opened up another opportunity for backup Tyler Huntley to shine and the entire Ravens organization is thankful they have him on the squad.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh confirmed after the game that Jackson sustained an ankle sprain while reiterating the entire organization’s confidence in having Huntley on the squad.

“The guys are confident in Tyler [Huntley]. He has proven himself now in two different games. If we weren't confident in him, he would not be on this team,” Harbaugh declared.

Center Bradley Bozeman and tight end Mark Andrews sang the praises of Huntley in the postgame presser for allowing them a chance to win the game after Jackson went down early in the second quarter.

The leaders of the AFC North got their first third down completion of the game late in the second quarter for their second field goal make of the game, putting them 18 points behind the Browns who scored 24 points in the first half.

The Ravens' defense came to life and completely shut out the Browns' offense in the second half, which allowed the offense to mount a 16-point comeback, featuring a 55-yard field goal from Justin Tucker to cut the lead to 15.

In the last two minutes, Huntley and rookie receiver Rashod Bateman connected again for a 30-yard bomb, with the tight end Andrews hauling in the touchdown pass on the next play and Tucker scoring the extra point attempt to put the Ravens two points behind the Browns.

Harbaugh made an obvious but gutsy call by going for the onside kick, which was miraculously recovered by safety Chuck Clark.

A field goal would have given them their fifth comeback win of the season, but the Browns' defense forced a turnover on downs and pulled out a two-point victory, capping off another wild week of NFL action in the AFC North division.

Huntley finished the game with 315 of the Ravens’ 389 total yards, a touchdown, and two fumbles.

Despite the loss, Bateman gave Huntley his flowers when they took to the podium.

“We have all the confidence in 'Snoop' [Tyler Huntley], just like we do in [No.] 8 [Lamar Jackson]. He knows we have his back, just like he has our back,” Bateman stated.

Overcoming injury has been the story of the season for the 8-5 Ravens and Huntley may need to provide another strong performance as they welcome the Green Bay Packers to Baltimore on Sunday, December 19 for Week 15.