Lamar Jackson (ankle) could return for Ravens final game
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (ankle) "has a chance to play" in Week 18 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, per head coach John Harbaugh.
“He’s been pushing to try to come back and play in practice, and there is a chance that he’ll play on Sunday,” Harbaugh said. Jackson has been out since being carted off the field with an ankle injury in Week 14. Tyler Huntley will draw another start if Jackson doesn't make it back for the Ravens' last game of the regular season.
Lamar is averaging 22.9 FanDuel points in complete games this season and Huntley is averaging 21.2 FanDuel points per game since Jackson injured his ankle. The Steelers are ranked 16th in FanDuel points allowed per game to the quarterback position this season.
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