Don't just think of Mark Andrews as a top four Fantasy tight end, think of him as Lamar Jackson's most reliable receiver. That's been proven over their two years together - no one else on the Ravens can touch Andrews' 116 targets, 64.7% catch rate, 10.0 yards per target or TD every 7.5 catches from Jackson. His role became even more solid when the Ravens dealt tight end Hayden Hurst, eliminating any legitimate threat to his targets. Baltimore's offense isn't designed to throw a lot, but with Andrews still in line to handle more of the receiving work, his Fantasy stock is at an all-time high. He's considered among the four best tight ends in Fantasy and might even get snagged before Zach Ertz. Expect those two to go within 10 picks of each other beginning in late Round 3. Don't be surprised to see him go as a top-50 pick in any Fantasy draft.
Andrews (ankle) secured four of seven targets for 39 yards in the Ravens' 28-12 divisional-round loss to the Titans on Saturday. Andrews was able to suit up without any issue despite his questionable designation coming in, but he was considerably off the mark with respect to his typical level of performance. The star tight end's yardage total was his second lowest over the last eight contests, as he was unable to benefit from Lamar Jackson's career-high 365 passing yards. Despite the undesirable conclusion to the season, Andrews' 2019 will be looked at as a breakout campaign, as he finished with an impressive 64-852-10 line across 15 games, career-best numbers he'll aim to surpass in 2020.
Andrews (ankle) is active for Saturday's divisional-round game against the Titans. A limited practice participant throughout the week due to an ankle injury, Andrews will gut it out in this do-or-die situation. According to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, Andrews wasn't wearing a wrap on the ankle during pregame warmups, but it remains to be seen if he'll handle a full workload. Aside from Andrews, Hayden Hurst and Nick Boyle are the Ravens' other active tight ends.
Andrews (ankle) is listed as questionable for Saturday's divisional-round game versus the Titans. Andrews has dealt with a knee injury and then an ankle issue since Week 14, the latter of which held him out of the Ravens' regular-season finale. Coming off the team's bye, he maintained limited practices throughout this week but still enters the weekend with a designation. Assuming he avoids the inactive list when it's released about 90 minutes before Saturday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff, he should serve as the top tight end option for Lamar Jackson.
Andrews (ankle) was limited at practice Wednesday. Andrews will more than likely be available for Saturday's playoff game against the Titans, though it's plausible that the tight end -- who sat out the Ravens' regular-season finale along with several other key players -- will officially be listed as questionable heading into the weekend.
Andrews (ankle) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Though his reps were capped in the Ravens' first official practice of the postseason, Andrews looks in no real jeopardy of missing Saturday's divisional-round matchup with the Titans. Andrews was sidelined for the Ravens' Week 17 win over the Steelers with a sore ankle, but his absence had more to do with Baltimore having already clinched the AFC's No. 1 seed rather than any major concern about his health.
|* indicates player did not play that week|
|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|3||09/29||Kansas City Chiefs||21||7.32|
|4||10/04||@Washington Football Team||27||8.38|
|10||11/16||@New England Patriots||12||6.35|
|16||12/27||New York Giants||25||8.00|
|3 Year Avg||74||49||702||6||36||14.33||106|