The Baltimore Ravens will be without one of their star players again on Sunday.
Lamar Jackson hasn’t played or practiced for over a month.
Ravens’ QB Lamar Jackson did not practice again today due to his sprained PCL, and it now has been over one month since he last played or practiced.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 5, 2023
In the four games that the Ravens have been without Jackson, their record is 2-2.
Although they are currently locked into the playoffs, much has been said about the Ravens, and their ability to succeed in the postseason without him.
Jackson has transformed the Ravens organization, and his skillset has translated into a team that is almost a lock to make the playoffs each season.
This week, the Ravens will be facing off against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The last time that the two teams played was in Week 5, where the Jackson-led Ravens won, 19-17.
Without him, do the Ravens have a chance this week?
The Bengals are on a seven-game win streak and haven’t shown any signs of slowing down.
They are at nearly full health, and it will be a tough test for Ravens backup Tyler Huntley to keep up with the Bengals’ offense.
In the ever-competitive AFC, each game holds so much importance, and this game is no different.
The Ravens will look to even the season score with the Bengals.
If the Ravens are able to pull out the victory, they will take part in a coin flip with the Bengals, with the winner of that decision set to host their opening playoff game.
The stakes are high, and the Ravens are already at a marked disadvantage with Huntley under center.
Who will prevail?