Ravens Backup QB Tyler Huntley Got Voted To The Pro Bowl As An Alternate

This is absolutely hilarious and even more proof that the Pro Bowl is an absolute joke.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley was voted as the AFC’s fourth alternate Pro Bowl quarterback, one slot after third alternate quarterback Lamar Jackson, the quarterback he’s backing in Baltimore.

Hunter, who will start his third game of the season against the Atlanta Falcons, in-place on the injured Lamar Jackson.

Huntley got more votes than other AFC Qbs such as Ryan Tannehill, Derek Carr and Mac Jones, who went to the Pro Bowl last season during his rookie year:

If any of the top three quarterbacks voted to the Pro Bowl to represent the AFC: Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen or Joe Burrow decide not to attend or make the Super Bowl, there’s an outside chance the Ravens could have two quarterbacks in the Pro Bowl, which would be a first.

Huntley, 24, has completed 70.3% of his passes this season for 413 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions this season while also rushing for 87 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries.