The injury occurred in the first quarter, ruling Jackson out of the rest of the game.
Jackson was replaced by backup quarterback Tyler Huntley for the game.
Huntley threw for 187 yards against the Broncos defense.
But his performance will be remembered for his rushing touchdown in the last couple of seconds to give the Ravens the victory and move to 8-4 on the season.
But as the dust settled on the Ravens’ win, the attention turned to Jackson.
Could he play in next week’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers?
Today, we found the answer to this question.
"It looks like it's going to be Tyler Huntley on Sunday." pic.twitter.com/DJHYKLjIqn
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) December 9, 2022
Tyler Huntley, Starting Quarterback
In his press conference, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that it was “likely” that it would be Huntley starting against the Steelers.
This is not the first time Huntley has been announced as the Ravens’ starting quarterback due to Jackson not being able to play.
In his three starts, he is 1-2, with all of his games being close one-possession games, with his two losses being only by one point.
While he is a backup quarterback, he has more than enough experience to perform well against the Steelers.
Add on the fact that the Steelers are an average team this year, led by rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett, and the Ravens even without their star quarterback have a strong opportunity to beat their rivals this weekend.NEXT: The Ravens Are Hoping To Continue A Great Trend This Weekend