Hollywood Brown Was WIDE Open During Ravens’ Failed 2-Point Conversion To Lose Game

Look away Ravens fans…

Baltimore dropped a crucial game Sunday against the Packers and it all came down to the very end.

After a late drive that moved the Ravens to within an extra point of tying the game, head coach John Harbaugh opted to bypass taking his chances against Aaron Rodgers in overtime with a backup QB under center for his team and went for all or nothing with a 2-point conversion.

The play call was questionable, with Tyler Huntley rolling out and trying to squeeze a pass to his tight end in a window Lamar Jackson would have had trouble fitting a throw into, and even worse, Huntley’s second read was wide open.

Ravens WR Hollywood Brown was coming across the field from the far side and had his defender beat without safety help, and Huntley never saw him.

Perhaps have the poise to make that second read in a high-pressure situation is the difference between Jackson and Huntley.

Valiant effort by the backup regardless.