GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Tyler Huntley might have recently run too far out — all things considered, it was a preseason game — however the quarterback brought down his shoulder, took on two safeguards and controlled ahead for the primary down.
That is only the manner in which the Baltimore Ravens get things done on the football field, regardless of whether the games count.
Freshman Isaiah Likely got eight passes for 100 yards, Huntley finished 13 of 14 passes for 129 yards and a score, and the Ravens ran their preseason series of wins to 22 games by beating the Arizona Cardinals 24-17 on Sunday night.
“It is a legitimately big deal to us, just to show that each time you step on the field with the Ravens, you must be prepared to play,” Huntley said. “Since we’re prepared to play. It simply shows we’re attempting to win each time we contact the field.”
Possible — a fourth-balance pick of Coastal Carolina — was Huntley’s number one objective for Baltimore (2-0) during the main half. The two connected for a 8-yard score play halfway through the subsequent quarter.
The two groups sat most of their headliners, including their beginning quarterbacks. Arizona’s Kyler Murray and Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson haven’t played by any means such a long ways in the preseason. Murray was seen in the last part with a headset and playsheet, settling on decisions on the sideline.
Possible could give a fascinating combo at tight end with Ravens star Mark Andrews, who procured an All-Pro gesture last season after a breakout season that included 1,361 yards getting and nine scores.
“We took him anticipating that he should be a great player,” Ravens mentor John Harbaugh said. “I think we feel as such pretty much the entirety of our draft picks. He’s had a few potential open doors and has capitalized on it.”
It was a strong night for the vast majority of the Ravens’ draft class. First-round pick Kyle Hamilton separated a pass in the end zone. Fourth-round pick Damarion Williams caught a capture attempt. 6th round choice Tyler Badie got a 3-yard score pass.
Ravens tenderfoot Anthony Brown tossed two score passes and a capture.
Arizona’s Jonathan Ward had a couple of large plays as he attempts to take action for the No. 2 running back spot behind Pro Bowler James Conner. He had a 48-yard the opening shot return in the principal quarter and a 26-yard get in the second. Ward’s day finished early when he left with a shoulder injury, however the seriousness wasn’t clear.
The Cardinals (1-1) are trusting either Ward, Eno Benjamin or Darrel Williams can make up for the shortfall left by Chase Edmonds, who ran for a vocation high 592 yards last season however left for the Miami Dolphins during free office.
Follow McSorley — who played in 2019 and 2020 for the Ravens — got most of the snaps at quarterback for the Cardinals. He was 18 of 34 for 229 yards and two interferences. Jarrett Guarantano tossed a score pass in the final quarter.
McSorley and Guarantano are battling for the No. 3 quarterback spot behind Murray and Colt McCoy.
“I thought it was somewhat unpredictable,” Cardinals mentor Kliff Kingsbury said about McSorley. “I think he was attempting excessively hard against his old group to begin, yet he is rough, he keeps on making plays. I thought we moved the ball well now and again.”
Said McSorley: “Not 100 percent fulfilled. A few beneficial things we had the option to do, however we really want to complete a greater amount of a portion of these drives.”
Justin Tucker made a 29-yard field objective to give the Ravens a 3-0 lead in the principal quarter. The Ravens had the option to defeat 12 punishments for 116 yards.
Ravens: RB Nate McCrary (knee) left the game in the last part. … Freshman DL Travis Jones (knee) left in the final part. Harbaugh called it a hyperextension.
Cardinals: The group said star DE J.J. Watt has tried positive for COVID-19, which is the reason he wasn’t on the sideline. He likewise won’t venture out to Tennessee for the following week’s practices and game against the Titans. … S Charles Washington (chest) left in the principal half and didn’t return. … Kingsbury said Ward’s shoulder injury “ought not be really awful.”