College: Oklahoma | 3 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 256 lbs
Birth Date: 9/6/1995
2020 Bye Week: 8
Total Pts: 60
Avg Pts: 3.75
Rank: 1 TE
Sunday Morning Call
Andrews emerged as the top pass catcher in the Ravens offense last year. He was fifth overall in fantasy tight end scoring, finishing with 64 receptions for 852 yards and 10 touchdowns. He made a lot of big plays, averaging 13.3 yards per reception. He had double-digit fantasy points nine of 15 games. He is Lamar Jackson's favorite target in the passing game. Andrews is the clear No. 1 tight end for the Ravens and will not have Hayden Hurst cutting into his playing time this year as well. 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 isn't a top blocking tight end, but is improving in both areas.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: Andrews is a legit top-five fantasy tight end. He has big red-zone potential in this offense and should see an increase in targets with Hurst gone. He could finish with around 75 receptions for 900 yards and double-digit scores.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews was a late round sleeper heading into 2019, but now hes rightfully earned a spot as a top five fantasy tight end. With quarterback Lamar Jackson breaking out last season and the Ravens offense heavily featuring the tight end position, Andrews was nearly unstoppable. In 15 games, he caught 64 passes for 852 yards and 10 touchdowns and was especially useful in the red zone, where all seven of his receptions went for touchdowns. Andrews is likely going to be drafted as the TE4 because some of his 2019 numbers the touchdowns, mostly feel a little unsustainable on a team thats as run-focused as the Ravens, but Andrews remains one of Jacksons top options, and with fellow 2018 draftee tight end Hayden Hurst traded to the Falcons, Andrews should see a significant increase to his 41 percent snap rate from last year, so even if the touchdowns come down, the overall receiving numbers could wind up improving due to Andrews getting more opportunities. Not as safe a fantasy option as a few other guys at the position, Andrews should still be one of the first tight ends taken and his overall ceiling is as high as anyone at this position. It would be a little bit of a shock if he finished as the TE1, but not too much of a shock.
|Week 1||6||Mark Andrews 3 yd TD reception (6 pts)|
|Week 2||6||Mark Andrews 27 yd TD reception (6 pts)|
|Week 4||6||Mark Andrews 8 yd TD reception (6 pts)|
|Week 10||12||Mark Andrews 2 yd TD reception (6 pts)|
Mark Andrews 17 yd TD reception (6 pts)
|Week 11||6||Mark Andrews 18 yd TD reception (6 pts)|
|Week 13||6||Mark Andrews 20 yd TD reception (6 pts)|
|Playoff Week 1||0|
|Playoff Week 2||6||Mark Andrews 1 yd TD reception (6 pts)|
|Playoff Week 3||12||Mark Andrews 39 yd TD reception (6 pts)|
Mark Andrews 14 yd TD reception (6 pts)
|Playoff Week 4|
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews led the NFL with 3.3 yards per route from the slot in 2019, according to Pro Football Focus. Los Angeles Rams WR Robert Woods ranked second with 2.6 yards per route.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews was named to the Pro Bowl largely for his 10 receiving touchdowns. He totaled 852 yards while catching 64 of 98 targets and will remain a go-to option for MVP QB Lamar Jackson in 2020. He's in the top tier of fantasy tight ends.
The Baltimore Ravens scored a league-high 19 touchdowns out of the slot last season - four more than any other team. WR Marquise Brown accounted for six of those scores, while TE Mark Andrews and WR Willie Snead added five apiece.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews caught 31 passes for 440 yards and five touchdowns at home in 2019 and had 33 receptions for 412 yards and five scores in road contests.
Fantasy Spin: It didn't matter where the Ravens were playing. Andrews was routinely Lamar Jackson's favorite target and the most consistent member of the passing attack in an otherwise run-heavy offense. He's locked in as a TE1 heading into 2020.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews finished as the second-highest graded tight end in 2019 by Pro Football Focus. Andrews' 88.5 grade trailed only the San Francisco 49ers' George Kittle (94.4).
Fantasy Spin: With 64 receptions for 852 yards and a position-most 10 receiving TDs on 98 targets, Andrews finished as the second-ranked fantasy tight end in standard-scoring formats and fifth in PPR leagues. He's a locked-in TE1 heading into his third pro season in 2020.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews ended up with a game-high nine receptions for an AFC-best 73 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets at the Pro Bowl on Sunday, Jan. 26.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (ankle) said he plans to play in the Pro Bowl even though he has been dealing with an ankle injury.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews has become one of the top tight ends in the NFL and should continue to be one of the main targets in the Ravens passing game. He will be a No. 1 tight end in all fantasy leagues next season.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews brought in four of his seven targets for 39 yards during the loss to Tennessee on Saturday. Andrews was in jeopardy of not playing after battling an ankle injury but was still able to get something going despite yielding some receptions and a touchdown to Hayden Hurst, who had four catches for 53 yards to go along with the score. The 24-year-old will cap off the year as one of the most efficient fantasy tight ends and will likely be selected behind Travis Kelce, George Kittle, Zach Ertz, and Austin Hooper in fantasy drafts for the 2020 season.
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson threw for 365 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions Saturday, Jan. 11, vs. the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Divisional Round of the playoffs. He ran 20 times for 143 yards and lost a fumble. RB Mark Ingram (calf) ran six times for 22 yards. WR Marquise Brown caught seven of 11 targets for 126 yards. WR Willie Snead hauled in six of eight targets for 56 yards, while TE Hayden Hurst caught one touchdown on his four receptions for 53 yards. TE Mark Andrews managed four receptions for 39 yards on seven looks.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (ankle) is active Saturday, Jan. 11, against the Tennessee Titans in the Divisional Round.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews is one of several key starters for the Ravens who'll play their first game since Week 16. The breakout tight end is once again a top option in all fantasy formats.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews is listed as questionable with a lingering ankle injury, but is expected to play in this weekend's divisional-round matchup against the Tennessee Titans. Andrews was an integral component for the Ravens' success on offense this season and finished as the No. 5 tight end in PPR leagues. In his last two games played, Andrews tallied 16 targets for 145 yards and three touchdowns. When he's on the field, expect quarterback Lamar Jackson to target him heavily, especially against a Titans Defense that struggled against opposing tight ends in 2019. Tennessee allowed eight different tight ends to score on them this season and allowed 84 yards and two touchdowns to Jared Cook in Week 16. Andrews will be an attractive play this weekend, especially in cash games. Regardless of the chalk surrounding Andrews on this four-game slate, he's a great option for cash games or tournament play.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (ankle) was limited in practice Thursday, Jan. 9, and is listed as questionable for the team's Divisional Round game against the Tennessee Titans.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews is expected to be able to take the field following the Ravens' first-round bye. He's one of the top options at his position, as per usual.
Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram (calf) and tight end Mark Andrews (ankle) are both listed as questionable for the Divisional Round against the Titans on Saturday after both were limited in practice on Thursday. Andrews is expected to play, while Ingram is more of a question mark. Both players were held out of a meaningless Week 17 game and had wild-card weekend to rest up. Against a Titans Defense that allowed the fourth most fantasy points per games to tight ends, Andrews is still a fine DFS selection at his $5,600 salary on DraftKings. Ingram, however, is much more risky as the fourth most expensive RB. Gus Edwards and Justice Hill would share backfield responsibilities if Ingram misses another game.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (ankle) and RB Mark Ingram (calf) were limited in practice Thursday, Jan. 9, and are listed as questionable for the team's AFC Divisional Round game versus the Tennessee Titans.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (ankle) was limited during practice Wednesday, Jan. 8.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews appears to be on track to play, but fantasy players should check on his status in the next day or two. He is a main target in the passing game for the Ravens and should be a starting option in all fantasy leagues.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (ankle) was limited during practice Tuesday, Jan. 7.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews received an extra week of rest for his ankle and should be on track to play in the Divisional Round playoff game. He should be a starting option in all fantasy leagues.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (ankle) was limited in practice on Tuesday. Andrews sat out in Week 17 with nothing on the line, but he'll be back in action in the Divisional Round against the Titans. He was quarterback Lamar Jackson's top target in the passing game in 2019 with 64 receptions, 852 yards and 10 touchdowns, so Andrews is a fine DFS pick as the third highest-priced tight end at DraftKings at $5,600 behind both Travis Kelce and George Kittle. The Titans also allowed the fourth most fantasy points per game (9.1) to the tight end position this year, so Andrews could break out this weekend.
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (calf), OL Parker Ehinger (shoulder), CB Jimmy Smith (non-injury) and S Earl Thomas (non-injury) did not participate in practice Tuesday, Jan. 7. TE Mark Andrews (ankle) was limited.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (ankle) did not participate in practice Tuesday, Dec. 31.
Fantasy Spin: Andrews did not play in the Week 17 game, so fantasy players should check on his practice participation next week. He finished the regular season with 852 yards and 10 touchdowns and should be a starting option in all fantasy playoff leagues.
Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram (calf) and tight ends Mark Andrews (ankle) and Hayden Hurst were not seen at practice on Tuesday. The Ravens have a first-round bye after locking up the No. 1 seed in the AFC, so they will not play this weekend. Expect them to rest Ingram, Andrews and all the rest of their injured players in practice all week as they hope to have them 100 percent in the Divisional Round. Despite having two full weeks off -- Ingram sat out in Week 17 -- he's not a lock to play full snaps in the first playoff game because of his injury. Next week will be more telling in terms of his practice status. Gus Edwards and Justice Hill could be sprinkled in more if Ingram isn't full-go by then.
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (ankle) has been declared inactive for the team's Week 17 game.