Chicago — Tyler Huntley received news from Lamar Jackson on his way to the game on Sunday.
this CrowThe star quarterback is too sick to play.
“This is crazy,” Huntley said. “I was walking towards the bus and Lamar texted me. He said,’Do your thing today and (I will) watch it.'”
Jackson missed the AFC North’s leading game due to illness Crow (7-3), after he took some shots on the court, he excluded him 90 minutes before kick-off. After being eliminated in the first two days of the 2019 MVP, he officially participated in the practice game on Friday.
Coach John Harbaugh said that this disease is not COVID-19 or flu. He said Jackson seemed to feel better after the game, although he hoped he would continue to be tested.
“He got it (Saturday), he got it on the plane,” Huber said. “He had it at the evening meeting. We hope he wakes up to feel better. He doesn’t. He feels worse.”
Justin Tucker kicked three shots, and Crow Victory after losing in Miami the previous week.
this Bear (3-7) Lost for the fifth time in a row.
ChicagoAndy Dalton made two touchdowns in the final minutes, including a 49-yard touchdown. Justin Fields left the game with a rib injury in the third quarter.
But Baltimore responded with a 72-yard touchdown. After Huntley passed the ball to Sammy Watkins for 29 yards, Freeman passed the ball to the third position. Crow Even without their best players, they are among the best.
“I think it means a lot,” cornerback Malone Humphrey said. “I think when entering the game, a lot of people don’t know what will happen. We have two corners going down. The whole week, you didn’t have Lamar, and then he came back on Friday and you were like,’We are fine, we are very Okay.’ Then you saw him curled up into a ball on the plane, I looked at it and I thought,’I don’t think this guy can play.’ It’s crazy.”
Huntley completed 26 of 36 passes for 219 yards in the first game of his career. The second-year professional who lost from Utah was also intercepted and fired six times in his fifth professional game.
After several promising outings, Fields took a big step back. The rookie made a career-high 291 yards in Pittsburgh two weeks ago, and made 4 of 11 shots for 79 yards.
Coach Matt Nagy has no update on the extent of his injury after the game or the state of his game in Detroit on Thursday.
“When you talk about ribs, you have to find out how much it affects him,” Najib said. “We as an employee must discuss all of this.”
Dalton said he would be prepared either way.
“My preparation is the same as I have prepared for a whole year. So, if I start, I will be ready to go,” he said.
Dalton started the first two games before he injured his knee in the game against Cincinnati in Week 2. He played with 8 minutes and 46 seconds left in the third quarter and quickly threw 60 at Darnell Mooney on the screen. Yard touchdown, let Bear 7-6 lead. The veteran shot 11 of 23 for 201 yards.
Mooney caught five passes for 121 yards. Goodwin added 104 yards in four catches. Robert Quinn has a career-high 3 1/2 sacks.But the Bear Since 2013, there has been no win after a bye.
This didn’t help Bear Lacking star linebacker Khalil Mack, he is expected to undergo foot surgery at the end of the season this week. Defensive tackle Akiem Hicks (ankle) and receiver Allen Robinson (hamstring) were also unable to play.
“We will not go there to lose a game or screw up a game,” linebacker Alec Ogtree said. “We want to give the fans something to cheer about. But like I said, we must find a way to correct our mistakes and do the right thing.”
Crow: Campbell injured his foot when he kicked off the ball for the first time in the second half. When the team lined up after Mooney received the ball, he fell.
Bear: DB Duke Shelley (hamstring) exited after a punt injury in the fourth quarter.
Crow: Host Cleveland next Sunday.
Bear: Visiting Detroit on Thursday.
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