Recent Games

date yds
Passing Yards
td
Touchdown Passes
int
Interceptions Thrown
rate
Passer Rating
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 8, 2023 0 0 0 0
Jan 1, 2023 130 1 1 79.5 11
Dec 24, 2022 115 1 0 94 14
Dec 17, 2022 138 0 1 54.6 4
Dec 11, 2022 88 0 0 88.2 6

Fantasy Stats

passing rushing fantasy
Year yds
Passing Yards
td
Touchdown Passes
int
Interceptions Thrown
yds
Rushing Yards
td
Rushing Touchdowns
fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 658 2 3 137 1 7212
2021 1081 3 4 294 2 8812.6
2020 15 23 21
3y Avg. 548 2 2 158 1 469.2
Projections Powered by
Fantasy Performance by Week
29%
Roster
12%
Start

Fantasy News

  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Set to receive contract tender

    The Ravens plan to offer Huntley a contract tender for the 2023 season Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Per Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the Ravens are expected to place the low restricted tender on the quarterback, meaning that the team would have the right to match any offer sheet Huntley signs. However, Baltimore won't receive compensation in the event that the team chooses not to match any offer sheet. That said, the Ravens presumably prefer to retain Huntley in 2023, especially given the unclear status of star signal-caller Lamar Jackson, who was previously assigned a non-exclusive franchise tag.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Comes up short in Cincinnati

    Huntley (shoulder/wrist) completed 17 of 29 passes for 226 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Bengals. He added nine carries for 54 yards and lost a crucial fumble as the Ravens fell in the wild-card round. Huntley was intercepted on Baltimore's first possession as the Ravens fell behind 9-0 early. Baltimore responded with a 17-play touchdown drive, on which Huntley showcased his dual-threat skill set. He extended the drive with a two-yard run to convert on 4th-and-1 before eventually throwing a two-yard touchdown pass to J.K. Dobbins. Huntley added a 41-yard touchdown pass to Demarcus Robinson in the third quarter to tie it 17-17, but that tie was broken in the fourth quarter when he had the ball knocked out of his hands less than a yard from the goal line and returned the length of the field for a Bengals touchdown. Though Huntley came up short in this one when his last-second Hail Mary bounced off James Proche's fingertips, the backup quarterback proved capable of keeping the Ravens competitive after Lamar Jackson's Week 13 knee injury. Baltimore's expected to bring both QBs back in free agency, and doing so with Huntley should be straightforward given that he's a restricted free agent.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Playoff starter based on warmups

    Huntley (shoulder/wrist) is taking reps with Baltimore's first-team offense in pre-game warmups for Sunday's playoff matchup against the Bengals, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Huntley has already been deemed active after sitting out the regular-season finale, and all indications suggest he'll work as the starter while playing through his injuries. Anthony Brown could still be used in a change-of-pace role or if Huntley is unable to keep pushing through at any point.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Active versus Bengals

    Huntley (shoulder/wrist) is listed as active for Sunday night's game against the Bengals. Huntley, who was inactive for the Ravens' regular-season finale against the Bengals last weekend as he contended with right shoulder tendinitis along with a wrist issue, approached the contest listed as questionable after practicing fully Friday, but he'll be in uniform Sunday and is expected to draw the start at QB, per Stacey Dales of NFL Network. That said, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, as well as ESPN's Jamison Hensley, previously noted that Huntley could yield some signal-caller reps in Baltimore's postseason opener to Week 18 starter Anthony Brown, with Lamar Jackson still sidelined by a PCL injury in his left knee.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Trending toward Sunday's start

    Ian Rapoport of NFL Network relays via Stacey Dales of NFL Network that Huntley (shoulder/wrist) is expected to start Sunday night's playoff game against the Bengals. Huntley, who sat out last weekend's regular-season finale against the Bengals due to right shoulder tendinitis along with a wrist injury, is officially listed as questionable for the contest, but he's expected to be available for Sunday's 8:15 ET kickoff. That said, while it appears as though Huntley is trending toward drawing the start, Rapoport and ESPN's Jamison Hensley both indicate that Huntley could cede some reps Sunday to Week 18 starter Anthony Brown in the continued absence of Lamar Jackson (knee).
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Expected to share work with Brown

    Huntley (shoulder/wrist), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, is on track to play but will likely be sharing snaps at quarterback with Anthony Brown, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. After sitting out last week's regular-season finale against the Bengals with right shoulder tendinitis as well as a wrist injury, Huntley said after putting in a full practice Friday that he's about 90 percent healthy heading into the rematch with Cincinnati in the wild-card round. The Ravens still weren't fully comfortable clearing Huntley heading into the weekend and are treating him as a game-time decision leading up to the 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff, even though the expectation is that he'll play. Even so, Huntley sounds like he could cede reps to Anthony Brown, who picked up the Week 18 start. As Rapoport notes, which of the two signal-callers starts the contest may not matter much, as head coach John Harbaugh is expected to have a preferred option for various play packages depending on both quarterbacks' strengths. The possibility of Huntley not getting 100 percent of the quarterback snaps if he plays makes him a less appealing option in DFS contests than he otherwise might be.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Full practice, deemed questionable

    Huntley (shoulder) was a full practice participant Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Cincinnati. The upgrade to full participation suggests he's on track to play, but Huntley himself said Friday afternoon that he's only 90 percent healthy and anticipates being a game-time decision ahead of the Ravens' 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff. With Lamar Jackson (knee) still not practicing and already ruled out, the team seemingly will only go as far as Huntley (or third-stringer Anthony Brown) can take them this January. The Bengals are heavily favored, though the Ravens put up a decent fight last week in a 27-16 loss with Brown playing QB and a few healthy starters rested. Huntley will at least have TE Mark Andrews and RBs J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards at his disposal if he plays this week, though Baltimore's WR room is far from playoff-worthy.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Expecting game-time decision

    Huntley (shoulder) said he's about 90 percent healthy and will be a game-time decision ahead of Sunday night's matchup with the Bengals, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Huntley presumably will be listed as questionable on the final injury report, while Lamar Jackson (knee) figures to be doubtful/out. If Huntley can't go, Anthony Brown will make another start, facing the same Bengals defense that beat up on him last week -- this time with both teams' seasons on the line.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Logs limited practice

    Huntley (shoulder/wrist) was officially a limited practice participant Thursday. Huntley, who is dealing with tendinitis in his right (throwing) shoulder, per Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, was able to resume throwing at Thursday's practice, which bodes well for the signal-caller's chances of being available for Sunday's playoff game against the Bengals. Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson (knee) remained sidelined Thursday and is trending toward being out this weekend. Friday's injury report will add further context to Baltimore's QB situation, but assuming Huntley avoids any setbacks, he'd figure to draw the start this weekend, assuming Jackson is unavailable. In Huntley's Week 18 absence, Anthony Brown served as the Ravens' starting quarterback.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Back throwing Thursday

    Huntley (shoulder) was seen throwing during individual and team drills during Thursday's practice, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. When Huntley went down as a limited participant Wednesday, he didn't throw, so Thursday's development is a positive sign after he was inactive Week 18 in Cincinnati. The Ravens are gearing up to face their AFC North foes again on the road this Sunday in the wild-card round, and Huntley now seems to be on the road to being available for that contest, while Lamar Jackson (knee) again sat out. Thursday's practice report will reveal if Huntley remained limited or upgraded to all activity.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Not throwing at practice

    Huntley (shoulder) is on the field for Wednesday's practice but doesn't appear to be throwing, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Huntley was held out of the Week 18 loss to the Bengals and may be in danger of missing Sunday's rematch with Cincinnati in the wild-card round of the playoffs. Lamar Jackson, meanwhile, is absent from practice for a sixth straight week due to a PCL injury. Anthony Brown and Brett Hundley are Baltimore's healthy options at quarterback.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Inactive against Bengals

    Huntley (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's game in Cincinnati, leaving Anthony Brown as the Ravens' starting quarterback, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Reports throughout the week mostly suggested Huntley was on track to play, but then Saturday he was said to be a true game-time decision and is now officially out for the season finale. Brown, an undrafted rookie, previously got some playing time Week 14 against the Steelers when Huntley left early due to a concussion.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Game-time decision for Sunday

    Huntley (shoulder/wrist), who is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Bengals, is viewed as a game-time decision, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Huntley was expected to remain the Ravens' starting quarterback for a fifth straight week while Lamar Jackson (knee) remains sidelined, but a bout with right shoulder tendinitis is threatening Huntley's status for the regular-season finale. Schefter notes that Anthony Brown took all the first-team reps in practice during the week, and the undrafted rookie out of Oregon could end up getting the starting nod if the Ravens aren't confident in Huntley's health as the 1 p.m. ET kickoff approaches. Baltimore elevated another quarterback (Brett Hundley) from the practice squad Saturday, so the team will have another signal-caller on hand to back up Brown if Huntley finds himself on the inactive list.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Trending toward another start

    Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that "there's a good chance" Huntley (shoulder/wrist) will start Sunday's game against the Bengals, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com. Harbaugh confirmed Friday that Lamar Jackson (knee) has already been ruled out for a fifth straight game this weekend, leaving Huntley as the next man up at quarterback. Though he's started each of the past four games in Jackson's absence, Huntley's Week 18 status is more muddled than usual while he fights through tendinitis in his right shoulder as well as a wrist injury. According to Hensley, Harbaugh said the Ravens opted not to have Huntley do any throwing during the open portions of practice this week due to the lingering tendinitis issue, but Huntley participated in all walk-through drills and team meetings to keep himself prepared for the starting assignment. Huntley is still likely to carry an injury designation into the weekend, and if the Ravens have any concerns about his ability to throw while he manages the two injuries, he'll likely give way to undrafted rookie Anthony Brown at quarterback.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Limited in practice again

    Huntley (shoulder/wrist) was a limited participant at practice Thursday. Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson (knee) missed practice again and seems to be trending toward a fifth straight absence Sunday against the Bengals. Per Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun, Huntley didn't appear to throw a pass in individual and team drills during the media-access portion of Thursday's session, which puts the focus on what he's able to do on the field Friday. If neither Jackson nor Huntley are available this weekend, Anthony Brown or practice-squad member Brett Hundley would be the remaining candidates to start at quarterback in the regular-season finale.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Limited with two injuries

    Huntley was a limited participant in practice Wednesday due to shoulder and wrist injuries, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Despite dealing with a pair of injuries, Huntley is trending toward another start when the Ravens face the Bengals on Sunday, as top quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) remains absent from practice to open the week. Huntley has now played five weeks in a row, including four starts, without throwing for 200 yards or accounting for more than one touchdown in a given game. The Ravens have won three of their past five games without once scoring more than 17 points in that stretch.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Starting again with Jackson out

    Huntley will start Sunday against the Steelers, as Lamar Jackson (knee) has been ruled out. Jackson has yet to practice since injuring his knee Dec. 4, so it's not surprising that Huntley will make a fourth consecutive start. Baltimore has employed a run-heavy approach in Huntley's previous outings, with the quarterback contributing a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown while tossing two interceptions. Jackson regaining health in time to face the Bengals in Week 18 is far from guaranteed at this point.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Clears concussion protocol

    Head coach John Harbaugh confirmed Thursday that Huntley has been removed from the NFL's concussion protocol, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports. Huntley practiced fully Wednesday, and now that he's cleared concussion protocol, the quarterback is on track to start Saturday's game against the Browns. Per Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, Harbaugh hasn't officially confirmed the Ravens' starting quarterback for Week 15, but there's little doubt Huntley will get the nod with Lamar Jackson (knee) set to miss a second straight contest.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Present for practice

    Huntley (concussion) was on the field at Tuesday's practice and was seen throwing passes during the portion that was open to the media, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. The Ravens won't release their first Week 15 injury report until later Tuesday, but Huntley's presence on the field suggests that he's made progress on some level since exiting Sunday's 16-14 win over the Steelers with a concussion. If Huntley is able to take part in a full-contact practice and gain clearance from an independent neurologist by week's end, he could be on tap for a second straight start Saturday against the Browns. Top quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee), who sat out last week's game, wasn't spotted at Tuesday's session, according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com.
    ... See More ... See Less
  • Ravens' Tyler Huntley: Enters concussion protocol

    Huntley was placed in the NFL's concussion protocol following his departure from Sunday's 16-14 win over the Steelers, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Given that Huntley's early exit was attributed to a concussion, it's hardly surprising that he's entered the league's five-step protocol for head injuries. He'll likely have to advance to full practice participation by Friday and gain clearance from an independent neurologist in order to have a chance at playing Saturday against the Browns. Unless Huntley or Lamar Jackson (knee) quickly recover from their respective injuries, undrafted rookie Anthony Brown could be in line for his first NFL start this weekend.
    ... See More ... See Less