Ravens Put Quarterback Tyler Huntley On The COVID-19 List, Josh Johnson Will Start Against The Bengals

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The Ravens are in big quarterback trouble ahead of their Sunday game against the Bengals.

The team announced Saturday that backup quarterback Tyler Huntley, who had been playing well in Lamar Jackson’s absence, has been placed on the league’s COVID-19 list. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

According to Ian Rapoport, Huntley going on the league’s COVID-19 list means veteran quarterback Josh Johnson will get the starting nod against the Bengals.

The hits just keep coming for the Ravens, and they’re in a really bad situation Sunday against the Bengals.

Josh Johnson is good enough to bounce around the NFL, but you don’t want him under center with the season winding down.

I’m not saying that to be mean. I’m saying it because it’s true.

With Lamar Jackson struggling with an ankle issue and Huntley out with COVID-19, the Ravens are cooked at the quarterback position.

If you’re a fan of the Ravens, you have to be very nervous right now.

Best of luck against the Bengals! You’re going to need it!