The Pro Bowl is a complete joke.
Baltimore Ravens backup quarterback Tyler Huntley is headed to the Pro Bowl despite the fact that he started just for games in 2022. Huntley was named as a Pro Bowl replacement for Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen, who is scheduled to play in the pro-am during the PGA Tour event in Pebble Beach this weekend:
Huntley threw for 658 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for another 137 yards and a touchdown through six games for the Ravens this season in place of the injured Lamar Jackson.
The three original AFC QBs named to the Pro Bowl weekend were Allen, the Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes and the Bengals’ Joe Burrow. The alternates voted in were Tua Tagovailoa, Trevor Lawrence, Jackson and Huntley, in that order.