College: Oklahoma | 2 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 256 lbs
Birth Date: 9/6/1995
Depth Chart: TE1.2
2019 Bye Week: 8
Total Pts: 91
Avg Pts: 15.17
Rank: 1 TE
Andrews was the top receiving tight end for the Ravens his rookie year, getting plenty of chances with Hayden Hurst less than 100 percent. Andrews took advantage, finishing 17th overall in fantasy tight end scoring. He had 34 receptions for 552 yards, showing some big-play ability. He had five games with 50 or more yards. Andrews will compete for a big role in the offense once agin this year. He could even start with a strong camp and offseason of work. Andrews is a big target that does well after the catch for a man of his size. He can be a big-play threat in the passing game. He will drop some passes, though, and doesn't block well, which could keep him off the field some.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: The Ravens use a lot of two tight-end sets, so Andrews should continue to get some playing time even if he doesn't start. He has some big-game potential and could be a great safety outlet for Lamar Jackson. He could get around 50 receptions for 500 yards and five scores.
Mark Andrews may have been the second tight end drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2018 but he was the first to have any type of connection with Lamar Jackson in the passing game. This makes him the one to own for 2019. At least to start the season. In 16 games as a rookie Andrews had 34 receptions for 552 yards and three touchdowns. This may not seem like a lot. However, it is solid for a rookie tight end with a rookie quarterback who cant throw any better than Tim Tebow could. With the run game being the major focus of the Ravens team, it will be difficult for any tight end to finish as a top-12 player at the position. This means a lot of bad weeks if you decide to draft either Andrews or Hayden Hurst. Andrews though did finish as TE16 last season, any improvement could place him close to the top-12.If you are looking for a top-five upside at the position you are going to be disappointed. A player like Noah Fant in Denver is a better upside play. But if you are just trying to fill out the position with your last draft pick Andrews very well could be your guy. He will not win you weeks like a Travis Kelce or George Kittle, but his baseline should be enough to not give you a donut either. You can do better, but you could also do much, much worse.
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Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews registered six receptions for 99 yards on eight targets in Week 6 against the Cincinnati Bengals. No other Baltimore receiver had more than three receptions.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews hasn't visited the end zone in two games, and he hasn't had a 100-yard performance since Week 2. Still, he is putting up solid low-end TE1 numbers, particularly for those in PPR formats. The Ravens travel to meet the Seahawks in Week 7.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews caught six balls for 99 yards and had a fumble in Sunday's Week 6 win against the Cincinnati Bengals. Andrews hadn't had over 45 receiving yards in a game since his booming Week 1 performance against the Dolphins. Despite his dip in yards in the last few weeks, Andrews is still clearly quarterback Lamar Jackson's favorite target. He now has 28 receptions for 311 yards and three touchdowns in 2019. The Ravens' next leading receiver was Miles Boykin who caught a measly two balls for 28 yards. Baltimore faces a Seahawks Defense in Week 7 that allowed Browns tight end Ricky Seals-Jones to get in the end zone in Week 6, but only allowed two other touchdowns to opposing tight ends before that (two to Vance McDonald).
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder) is officially active for the team's Week 6 game.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews should have a favorable matchup and could be more involved with Marquise Brown ruled out. He is a must-start option in all fantasy leagues.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder) is expected to play in Week 6's game against the Cincinnati Bengals, according to a source.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews had been listed as questionable on the injury report after logging one limited practice session and one full session during the week. If he is active, he will have a favorable matchup and should be a starting option in all fantasy formats.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder) will likely suit up against Cincinnati in Week 6. After dealing with a foot ailment, his presence on the injury report has been the norm over the last few weeks. With Marquise Brown (ankle) unlikely to play on Sunday, the door is open for Andrews to get plenty of looks from quarterback Lamar Jackson against a horrid Bengals Defense. He is a must-start in all formats.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder) fully participated in practice Friday, Oct. 11, but is listed as questionable for Week 6.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews should be able to play this week, but fantasy players will need to check the inactive list to make sure. He will have a favorable matchup and should be a No. 1 fantasy tight end if he plays.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder) practiced in full on Friday but was listed as questionable for Week 6 against the Bengals. Andrews should be expected to suit up and could be targeted even more if wide receiver Marquise Brown (ankle) doesn't play -- he's listed as a game-time decision. Andrews and Brown are tied for the team lead in targets after five games. Even if Brown is active, Andrews should remain in starting lineups as a strong TE1.
Updating a previous report, Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder) was officially listed as limited during practice Thursday, Oct. 10.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews appears to be on track to play in Week 6 and will have a favorable matchup. He should be a starting option in all leagues this week.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder) returned to practice Thursday, Oct. 10, after sitting out one day earlier.
Fantasy Spin: It's interesting he is listed with a shoulder issue after dealing with a foot problem all season. He was likely a limited participant today, which would put him on the same track he was on last week. His lack of practice reps and his injuries recently have likely played a critical role in his production dropping off from his first two games, but he remains locked in as a solid TE1 at a position that lacks a lot of quality options.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder) returned to practice on Thursday after missing practice on Wednesday. It's a new injury -- Andrews had been playing through a foot injury prior -- but Andrews looks to be on track to suit up in Week 6 in a fine matchup with the Bengals. He could see even more targets in the passing game if rookie wideout Marquise Brown (ankle) is limited or doesn't play at all. Andrews continues to be a favorite red-zone target of quarterback Lamar Jackson and needs to be locked into lineups as a solid TE1.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Oct. 9.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews suffered the new injury in the Week 5 game, so fantasy owners will need to monitor his participation during the week. He is a weekly starting option in all leagues when he is healthy.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews caught five of his seven targets for 45 yards in a 26-23 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews has cooled a bit after opening the season two 100-yard games, but he seen at least seven targets in all five contests. He has emerged as a legitimate TE1 for fantasy owners, and he is a must-start option against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 6.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews had five receptions for 45 yards in Sunday's Week 5 overtime win against the Steelers. Andrews left the game in the middle of the fourth quarter after getting hit trying to make a catch, but returned to the field in overtime. Andrews has been disappointing for fantasy owners in the last three weeks after piling up 220 yards and two touchdowns through the first two games of the season. He has 91 total receiving yards and one touchdown since. Pending his health, Andrews will look to bounce back in Week 6 against a Bengals Defense that's been stingy against tight ends in 2019.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews had four receptions on eight targets for 31 yards and a touchdown in Week 4's matchup against Cleveland. Andrews has been the second-most targeted player in the Ravens offense in 2019, trailing Marquise Brown, but has caught a team-high 23 receptions. The Ravens face a Steelers Defense that has allowed only two touchdowns to opposing tight ends this season, both to Will Dissly in Week 2. Andrews is clearly quarterback Lamar Jackson's most reliable target and has only failed to get in the end zone in one game through the first four weeks. Andrews remains in the TE1 tier for Week 5.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) fully participated in practice Friday, Oct. 4, and is not on the injury report for Week 5.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews has been quiet over the last two weeks but has still been targeted at least seven times in all four games this season. He should be a solid No. 1 tight end in all leagues against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Baltimore Ravens CB Jimmy Smith (knee) was unable to practice all week and has been ruled out for Week 5 versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. OL Matt Skura (knee) did not practice all week but is listed as questionable. CB Cyrus Jones (foot) practiced on a limited basis Friday, Oct. 4, and is also listed as questionable. DT Brandon Williams (knee) was a full participant in practice Friday and is listed as questionable as well. LB Pernell McPhee (non-injury) and FB Patrick Ricard (non-injury) did not practice Friday but have been removed from the injury report. TE Mark Andrews (foot) and S Earl Thomas (non-injury) fully participated in practice Friday and also no longer appear on the injury report.
Baltimore Ravens CB Jimmy Smith (knee) and OL Matt Skura (knee) did not participate in practice Thursday, Oct. 3. TE Mark Andrews (foot) and DT Brandon Williams (knee) were limited. S Earl Thomas (non-injury) practiced in full. DB Brynden Trawick (elbow) was not given a practice designation.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (foot) returned to practice on Thursday after sitting out on Wednesday. Andrews continues to fight through his foot injury and is being rested during the week, but he continues to play on game day and has caught a touchdown in three out of the first four games. Despite recent limited snap counts, Andrews remains a solid TE1 that continues to be targeted by quarterback Lamar Jackson in the red zone.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) didn't practice Wednesday, Oct. 2.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews has seen at least seven targets in each of the first four games and has a touchdown in all but one outing. He's locked into lineups due to the appeal of his red-zone usage so long as he's declared active.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (foot) missed practice on Wednesday for the second straight week. The Ravens continue to limit Andrews in practice each week, but he has yet to miss a game and has found the end zone in three of four games to this point. The 24-year-old has been a favorite target of quarterback Lamar Jackson, making him a strong TE1 week in and week out. Despite the missed practices, Andrews is in no danger of missing Week 5 against the Steelers.