Baltimore Ravens Backup QB Headed To The Pro Bowl

Over the past few years, it's become more and more clear that the Pro Bowl has lost most of its lustre, and if it hadn't already, the amount of players pulling out of the 2023 Pro Bowl Games could certainly hurt that even more.

To that end, yesterday, the NFL announced that Josh Allen would no longer be competing, and instead he will be replaced by Baltimore Ravens Quarterback Tyler Huntley, who ended the 2022 regular season with just 5 games played, where he produced just 2 passing Touchdowns to 3 Interceptions.

With Mahomes, Allen, Tagovailoa and Jackson all unavailable, Huntley has found his way into the Pro Bowl, but given that it is no longer a game and now more focused on individual games, he could be plenty of fun over the weekend, but only time will tell.

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