Tyler Huntley, QB (BAL)

Filling in for ill Lamar Jackson

Huntley is slated to start Sunday's game against the Bears with Lamar Jackson (illness) inactive for the contest.

A second-year player out of Utah, Huntley will be making his first career start after playing only 44 offensive snaps in total between his first one-plus seasons in the NFL. Huntley will be backed up by Trace McSorley, whom he beat out for the No. 2 job in training camp. Huntley is a speculative fantasy lineup option, but he's in consideration for those scrambling for a Week 11 plug-in signal-caller or in season-long leagues with a superflex spot. Huntley possesses some rushing ability, but not nearly to the extent of Jackson.

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