Mark Andrews

#89 TE / Baltimore Ravens / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 256 lb Age: 26 College: Oklahoma Bye 10

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    Ravens' Mark Andrews: Finishes season hot

    Mark Andrews secured eight of 16 targets for 85 yards and rushed once for no gain in the Baltimore Ravens' 16-13 overtime loss to the Steelers on Sunday.To label the star tight end Tyler Huntley's security blanket would be a major understatement, as Andrews was targeted nine more times than the next-closest pass catcher, Marquise Brown. Andrews easily paced the Ravens in receptions and receiving yards as a result, a performance that closed out what was a spectacular last month-plus of the regular season. Andrews recorded at least six receptions and Sunday's 85 yards in each of this last five contests, a sample in which he also eclipsed the 100-yard mark on three occasions. The final surge left Andrews with a career-best 107 receptions and 1,361 receiving yards, numbers he complemented with nine touchdowns. Andrews arguably will be as much or an even more coveted of a fantasy asset as Travis Kelce and George Kittle at the tight end position ahead of the 2022 season.

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    Ravens' Mark Andrews: Automatic on six targets

    Mark Andrews caught six passes for 89 yards on six targets against the Rams on Sunday.This is clearly a strong performance on Andrews' part, yet relative to recent production, it probably qualifies as a down game. Andrews is on a memorable tear right now, and it's a testament to his abilities that a game like this can come across as almost disappointing. Andrews posted at least 115 yards and one touchdown receiving in each of the three games prior, and he drew double-digit targets in six of the eight preceding contests. The Steelers held Andrews to one of his more pedestrian performances of the season in Week 13 (four catches for 50 yards on nine targets), but the talented tight end will get his chance for redemption against Pittsburgh in Week 18.

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    Ravens' Mark Andrews: Keeps on raking

    Mark Andrews caught eight passes for 125 yards and one touchdown on 10 targets against Cincinnati on Sunday.The game was something of a blowout with the Bengals winning 41-21, but this is still yet another impressive showing by Andrews. He had to play with third-string quarterback Josh Johnson and was likely the primary concern of the Bengals defense, yet Andrews put up his third straight game with over 100 yards receiving and at least one touchdown. The Rams seriously might want to consider placing Jalen Ramsey on Andrews in Week 17, lest the star tight end make it four games in a row with blistering production.

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    Ravens' Mark Andrews: Huge game in loss

    Mark Andrews caught 10 of 13 targets for 136 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 31-30 loss to the Packers.Andrews once again was fill-in quarterback Tyler Huntley's favorite outlet downfield, which was clear from the start, as the tight end went for a season-long, 43-yard catch on Baltimore's first drive. He sustained his impact afterward, consistently getting the better of opposing safety Darnell Savage, and scored his respective touchdowns from eight and nine yards prior to halftime. Although Andrews was unsuccessfully targeted on a two-point conversion attempt for the win late in the fourth, he nonetheless enjoyed another dominant performance, as he's now managed at least 10 catches for 115 yards and a score in consecutive games. Regardless of whether starting signal-caller Lamar Jackson (ankle) returns in Week 16 versus the Bengals, Andrews will enter that matchup in fantastic form.

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    Ravens' Mark Andrews: QB sub leads to huge game

    Mark Andrews had 11 receptions on as many targets for 115 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-22 loss to Cleveland.The big news out of this game was the departure of Lamar Jackson (ankle) early in the second quarter. Second-year backup Tyler Huntley took over under center and looked Andrews' way early and often. The 11 receptions tied the star tight end's season-best mark, and Sunday's production also allowed Andrews to set new career highs in total receptions (75) and receiving yards (926). Baltimore fans will be anxiously waiting on Jackson's injury diagnosis ahead of next Sunday's tilt against the Packers, but Andrews' fantasy managers can rest easy knowing that either quarterback has the potential to facilitate huge results for their tight end.

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    Ravens' Mark Andrews: Totals four catches Sunday

    Mark Andrews caught four of nine targets for 50 yards during Sunday's 20-19 loss in Pittsburgh.It was a modest showing for one of Lamar Jackson's favorite targets, but Andrews still recorded at least four receptions and 50-plus yards for the 10th time in 12 chances this season. Unfortunately for Andrews, Jackson managed just one TD -- it went to Sammy Watkins with 12 seconds left -- and the quarterback's ensuing two-point conversion attempt slipped through the tight end's fingers. With a visit to the Browns on tap next Sunday, Andrews will look to replicate the line (4-65-1 on 10 targets) from the team's first matchup with its division rival from one week ago.

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    Ravens' Mark Andrews: Stays hot with fifth TD

    Mark Andrews had four receptions (10 targets) for 65 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 16-10 win over the Browns.The highlight of Andrews' performance was an amazing 39-yard one-handed catch while the defensive back held his other arm. It initially appeared that the Baltimore Ravens accepted the pass-interference call rather than elect for the catch to stand, but the matter was eventually sorted out and the grab was credited to the tight end, much to the relief of his fantasy managers. Andrews has been one of the most consistent tight end options this season, posting 60 receptions, 761 yards and five touchdowns through 11 games.

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    Ravens' Mark Andrews: Busy day in win

    Mark Andrews brought in eight of 10 targets for 73 yards in the Baltimore Ravens' 16-13 win over the Bears on Sunday.The star tight end easily paced the Ravens' pass catchers in receptions, receiving yards and targets while showing immediate chemistry with emergency starter Tyler Huntley. Andrews has been trending in the right direction of late, upping his catch and yardage totals over that of the prior contest for three straight weeks. Andrews should once again serve as a key target irrespective of who's under center for a Week 12 AFC North clash against the Browns.

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    Ravens' Mark Andrews: Gets into end zone in loss

    Mark Andrews secured six of eight targets for 63 yards and a touchdown in the Baltimore Ravens' 22-10 loss to the Dolphins on Thursday night.Andrews was one of the few bright spots of the night for the stagnant Ravens offense, co-leading the team in receptions and also recording a five-yard touchdown grab in the fourth quarter to give Baltimore temporary hope. The talented tight end's catch total was his second highest of the season, and he's now crossed the 60-yard threshold in five of the last seven games. Andrews' next opportunity to extend that favorable stretch comes a week from Sunday in a Week 11 road matchup versus the Bears.

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    Ravens' Mark Andrews: Records five grabs in win

    Mark Andrews secured five of 10 targets for 44 yards in the Baltimore Ravens' 34-31 overtime win over the Vikings on Sunday.Andrews tied Rashod Bateman for second on the team in receptions and was also the runner-up in targets. The star tight end has either five or 11 catches in six of his last seven contests, giving him a safe fantasy floor heading into a Week 10 road matchup against the Dolphins on Thursday night.

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