The Ravens, playing without quarterback Lamar Jackson and other key starters, extended their preseason winning streak to 22, led by another sterling performance from backup quarterback Tyler Huntley and a remarkable first half from rookie tight end Isaiah Likely. Here are five things we learned from Sunday night’s 24-17 victory:
Good luck quieting the Isaiah Likely hype train after that performance.
This Likely thing is getting out of hand. In three months, the rookie tight end has ascended from a fourth-round pick raising eyebrows in OTAs to the third most important pass catcher on the team behind Mark Andrews and Rashod Bateman. That might sound like hyperbole, but has any Raven made more thrilling plays this summer?
On the Ravens’ first drive, Tyler Huntley was flushed from the…
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