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Tyler Huntley makes NFL debut in Baltimore Ravens win over Jacksonville Jaguars

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley (2) runs with the ball against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 20, 2020, in Baltimore. The Ravens won 40-14
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Tyler Huntley can now add playing quarterback in an NFL game to his resume.

The former Utah quarterback made his NFL debut in the Baltimore Ravens’ win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday afternoon. Huntley entered the game with eight minutes remaining and the Ravens up 40-7.

He threw four times, completing two for a total of seven yards and rushed four times for a total of 18 yards.

His best play of the game came on a run. Huntley faked the handoff and kept it himself, running for 19 yards and the first down on third-and-5. Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson was excited for Huntley, running down the sideline.

“I said earlier in the week, I don’t want to let everyone know about Tyler. He showed it today. Hopefully he can get out there a lot and show you guys a lot more of him. I’ve already seen him. I saw back in high school what he can do,” Jackson said.

Jackson and Huntley squared off in a high school game in Florida, when Huntley and Hallandale High School beat Jackson and Boynton Beach for the district championship in 2014.