The Baltimore Ravens released their inactive report for Week 17’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and it includes many of the same names from last week.
The Ravens have already made the playoffs in 2022 — these next two games will simply determine their seeding.
As in the case of the last three weeks, Tyler Huntley will start under center for the Ravens on Sunday night.
Other notable names on the inactives list include Marcus Peters and Calais Campbell, both of whom have been top performers in the defense so far this season. Expect Pittsburgh to target Brandon Stephens, who will fill in for Peters, and expect a slight decline in the defensive line’s performance without Campbell.
Ravens Week 17 Inactive Report
Kenyan Drake, Trystan Colon, Nick Boyle, and David Ojabo will also sit out this game.
Baltimore were able to gash the Steelers earlier this season for over 200 rushing yards with a tag team of J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards, so it’s safe to say the Ravens don’t miss Drake too much in the backfield, though Drake did serve as a valuable pass-catcher here and there.
Trystan Colon and David Ojabo are healthy scratches; in Colon’s place, the Ravens have added Ben Cleveland to the starting roster, who put together an impressive performance against the Steelers in their first meeting.
Nick Boyle is out due to illness which means rookie tight end Charlie Kolar is in and set to make his NFL debut. Anyone placing a bet on Kolar to score his first touchdown this game?
New Year’s Day. Primetime. Let’s get this win and start 2023 off with a bang.