Falcons vs Ravens: NFL Week 16 injury report

Falcons vs Ravens injury report for the Week 16 game. Lamar Jackson of Baltimore was DNP on Tuesday after practice.


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The Atlanta Falcons, a team that is still mathematically alive for their division despite a 5-9 record, will be in Baltimore on December 24th, 2022. They are +7.5 (bet365) on the spread for the game as they prepare to face the Baltimore Ravens, a team that might be without their QB1, in Week 16 (Saturday).

The injury report for the game has recently been updated. Here's a summary of the main points that bettors should be aware of ahead of placing bets on this game.

Lamar Jackson: DNP on Tuesday after practice

  • DNP: did not participate
  • LP: limited participant
  • FP: full participant

Lamar Jackson, the quarterback for Baltimore, was listed on the injury report as of Tuesday after practice. Jackson has a problem with his knee, according to the report. This is an injury that should be taken seriously because it kept him out of last week's game. Updates are pending but Atlanta's chances of winning this game improve if Jackson is out for the week.

The following additional players were DNP due to injuries (ie. not rest) on the report for Baltimore: Devin Duvernay, Marcus Peters, and Calais Campbell. In total, Baltimore had nine players listed on their half of the injury report. Meanwhile, the other team had just one player listed on their half of the report.

Atlanta lists one player on their half of the report

The Atlanta Falcons definitely have the better report for the week. Somehow, they only have one player on their half of the report. It's important to note that the injury report does not include players that are on the injured reserve, like Marcus Mariota. Only Chuma Edoga is on the report for Atlanta and that could make the Falcons almost dangerous in this upcoming game -- except they need a performance out of their rookie and inexperienced QB, Desmond Ridder.

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