Tyler Huntley’s fumble was the difference in Sunday night’s Ravens-Bengals game.
The Ravens were facing third-and-goal from the one-yard line in the fourth quarter. The score probably would have meant a seven-point lead, but instead, it was the Bengals who got the go-ahead score.
It was a 14-point swing as Huntley tried to reach the ball on the goal line, but was fouled. Sam Hubbard then scooped up the ball and returned it 98 yards for a touchdown that would be the game-winner.
After the game, Huntley said that he thought he made the right call in going on top, even though he was about to go down.
“At that point, I felt like everybody packed up, they shot for our linemen’s legs, and ‘backers were feeling great on the line. I just tried to make a play,'” Huntley said,First written by ProFootballTalk, “I’ve been thinking about how the whole offseason, how just one game, they won the game.”
Huntley finished the game with 226 yards through the air, two touchdowns, and one interception. He also completed over 58% of his passes.
The Ravens will now look to the offseason as they have a lot of decisions to make, especially at quarterback.