Filling in for an injured Lamar Jackson, Huntley got his second career start against the Green Bay Packers today. Despite going into the game as two-score underdogs, Huntley kept the game competitive all the way to the end.
Huntley finished the game with a 70% completion rate for 215 yards and two touchdowns. On the ground he added a team-leading 73 yards and two touchdowns. Not bad for just his second career start.
Ultimately, the Ravens fell just short, losing 31-30 after failing on a two-point conversion on the final play. But NFL fans were extremely impressed by how well Huntley played today.
Tyler Huntley got his first NFL start in Week 11 against the Chicago Bears. The Ravens won that game largely in spite of Huntley, who couldn't produce a touchdown in that 16-13 win.
Last week, Huntley came on for an injured Lamar Jackson but fell short of overcoming a 21-point deficit against the Cleveland Browns.
Huntley's performance today bodes well for his future in the NFL. If the Baltimore Ravens don't want to bring him back next year - not that they wouldn't - he'll find no shortage of opportunities.
Not bad for a quarterback who went undrafted out of Utah last year.