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Monday, December 6, 2021

An instant analysis of the Ravens 16-13 win over the Chicago Bears

Here’s what the Baltimore Sun sports staff said just after Team Ravens beat the Chicago Bears 16-13 on Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field:

Jonas Schaffer, reporter: The dominant narrative in the first half of the season for the Ravens was how Lamar Jackson turned into an NFL hit back. It was Tyler Huntley’s turn on Sunday. For the second year, the quarterback overcame an unsuccessful late interception and aggressive defense to win his first career start. In the rest of the busy schedule of the second half, the Crows could not lose this game, neither with the knockout of Justin Fields, nor with the inaction of so many key Bears players. Survive and Advance doesn’t usually apply in week 11, but it was on Sunday.

Mike Preston, columnist: Ravens may campaign for their resilience, but when will they get better? Most of the same weaknesses are revealed every week. We keep hearing about the NFL, especially the AFC, being a weekly league, but the main key is to get hot by the end of the season. Many strong teams lost in the AFC on Sunday, but these teams played some quality games, followed by some setbacks. Every week “The Ravens” is played in the same ragged manner. The question is not only about winning, but also when. When will this team get better?

Childs Walker, reporter: As soon as news broke that Lamar Jackson was too sick to play, we realized that an unsightly win was the best scenario for the Ravens. So they’ll fly home a happy group of survivors after Tyler Huntley rallied them to win the game at the last minute.

Once again, they were nearly canceled out by amateur tackles and poor coverage of key moments of the game. Huntley overcame a shaky start and brought Ravens into 6-0 half-time. He was unable to transfer his momentum into the second half as the Bears used a weak pass defense to bury him over and over again. Earlier in the fourth quarter, the Crows did not ask him to work hard on the daring race, instead trusting Justin Tucker to get them home from 46 yards. But Huntley had to play at the end, and he took a nasty blow to get it done.

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We haven’t learned much from this game. The Ravens are determined, but they give up too many explosive defensive games and don’t get enough offensive results. The only thing that mattered in this case was the victory, and they took it.

Ryan McFadden, reporter: In his first start in his career, quarterback Tyler Huntley stood firm despite constant pressure from the Bears defense. Ravens full-back Chris Westrey had a memorable day losing to Marquis Goodwin in fourth and eleventh places, but outside midfielder Tyus Bowser (two sacks) was a force, while defense and special teams played a key role in the game.

CJ Doon, editor: Of course, it was ugly, but winning with a reserve defender shouldn’t be pretty. Tyler Huntley was fired six times and had a costly interception in the fourth quarter. The defense continued to give up serious play, including a 60-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter and a 49-yard pass in fourth and 11th from longtime foe Andy Dalton with just 1:41 left. But when it mattered most, Huntley led the Ravens across the field for a last-minute touchdown victory, and the defense held out when needed. Despite the depleted line-up, the Ravens are 7-3 in the wide open AFC. This is a pretty good spot after winning a game without an MVP level quarterback.

Tim Schwartz, editor: Is it too dramatic to say Tyler Huntley saved the season of The Ravens? Of course, losing to the Bears would not be a fatal blow, but losing streak to the Dolphins and Chicago and a 6-4 result would be very different from what the Ravens are currently looking at. On the day, the Bills lost 26 to the Colts, and the Titans moved on to the humble Texans. Huntley can’t get this team to the playoffs – and he won’t need it – but he did enough in the final run to lead the Ravens to another incredible win this season, which is turning into one of the wildest seasons in history. teams. How many times can Baltimore face a loss and emerge victorious? The Ravens are out of scope and very interesting to watch. You cannot count them, no matter who is under the center.

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