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    Baltimore Ravens Tyler Hunter Shocks The Chicago Bears, 16-13

    Baltimore Ravens backup quarterback Tyler Huntley executes the game-winning drive against the Chicago Bears. Huntley received a text message early Sunday before kickoff from Lamar Jackson that he would be the starter against the Bears, per ESPN.

    “Go do your thing today. I’m going to be watching.”

    Several hours later, Huntley showed the world that the Ravens can win without the former NFL MVP. Huntley was able to rally the Ravens to an improbable 16-13 victory. According to ESPN he can proudly claim membership in an exclusive fraternity comprised of just four quarterbacks over the past 30 years. This illustrious club is defined by their extraordinary ability to orchestrate game winning drives during their inaugural starts. Specifically within the closing two minutes of regulation play.

    In the games’ final quarter. The Baltimore Ravens faced a deficit of 13 9. However despite this challenge Huntley exhibited his skill by connecting with Sammy Watkins for a 30 yard pass. This impressive play paved the way for Devonta Freeman to achieve a rushing touchdown with just 22 seconds remaining in the match.

    “I think if I was feeling the pressure, we probably wouldn’t have won this game,” Huntley said after the game. “We had to go with the flow and focus on winning the game. We knew we had to score when we got down there.”

    Baltimore Raven Lamar Jackson’s absence

    Jackson missed the third game of his four-year career because of congestion in his lungs, per sources. The Ravens believed Jackson would play after fully participating in Friday’s practice; however, the symptoms managed to return on Saturday.

    According to sources, Jackson was severely sick and remained curled up in a ball for the majority of the flight. Upon arrival, he didn’t even realize the plane had landed nor did he attend any team meetings Saturday night. The Ravens hoped he feel better by Sunday, but it seemed it only continue to get worse. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh doesn’t believe this will sideline Jackson for a long time.

    “There’s no influenza, there’s no COVID,” he said. “I don’t know. I’m sure if it doesn’t clear up, they’ll keep testing him, but you got to think that it’s going to clear up. We’ll pray for that.”

    All in all, Jackson was the first to congratulate Huntley after the Ravens’ big win.

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