Baltimore Ravens Starting QB Misses Wednesday Practice

The Baltimore Ravens lost their grip on the AFC North for the first time in months after a crushing Week 15 loss to the Cleveland Browns, and now, it looks like they'll continue to struggle, as not only did Lamar Jackson miss practice on Wednesday, but so did Tyler Huntley, QB1 in the place of Jackson in recent weeks. 

While Jackson is dealing with the sprained PCL injury that has kept him out for the past two weeks, Huntley is dealing with a right shoulder injury, one that he missed time with during spring training, and at this point, it's unclear how likely he is to play this week against the Atlanta Falcons.

In two games as the teams starter, Huntley has struggled, with 0 Touchdowns passing along with 2 Interceptions, and while he's added 1 score on the ground, it's clear that if Baltimore want to hang on to a playoff spot in 2022, they'll need Lamar Jackson back as soon as they can.

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