Andrews caught two of four targets for 21 yards during Sunday's 30-28 win over the Eagles.
Although the Ravens scored 30 points for the fifth time in six games, Andrews finished with a new season low in yardage as the Eagles defense made a concerted effort to stop him. He has five touchdowns through the first six games of the season, but he still hasn't reached 60 receiving yards and has been held under 30 three times, creating a somewhat touchdown-dependent fantasy profile. Andrews will enjoy a bye next weekend before taking on the Steelers in Week 8.
Andrews corralled six of his nine targets for 56 receiving yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 27-3 win against the Bengals.
The reigning Pro Bowl tight end has been on a tear in the scoring department with TDs on three of his 12 targets the past two weeks. Andrews has been held to three or fewer receptions on three occasions thus far this season, but his five total TDs compensate for the low catch total. A thigh injury that hindered Andrews throughout the practice week is something to keep an eye on, but after he made it through Sunday's contest with no issue, he's seemingly a full-go for a Week 6 matchup against the Eagles. Heading into the weekend's slate of games, Philadelphia ranked second-worst in the NFL with five receiving TDs surrendered to opposing tight ends.
Andrews (thigh) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
As expected, Andrews is a go after being added to the Ravens' injury report Thursday in the wake of logging a limited practice and subsequently being one of 12 players listed as questionable by the team for Sunday's game. Through four contests, the tight end has hauled in 12 of his 20 targets for 166 yards, with two-TD efforts in both Week 1 and Week 4.
Andrews (thigh) is expected to play Sunday against the Bengals, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Andrews was added to the injury report Thursday with the thigh issue and was a limited practice participant before being listed as questionable, but it appears the injury won't impact his availability for Week 5. The 24-year-old has caught 12 of 20 targets for 166 yards and four touchdowns through the first four games of the season.
The Ravens list Andrews (thigh) as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Andrews made his first appearance of the season on the injury report Thursday, when he was listed as a limited participant due to the thigh issue. While he was limited again in Friday's session, the Ravens don't seem to be too concerned about Andrews' status for the weekend. According to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, Andrews was jogging and moving around well in the portion of Friday's practice that was open to the media, so the tight end should be ready to handle a normal snap count Week 5. Official word on Andrews' status will arrive when the Ravens release their inactive list approximately 90 minutes before Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
Andrews has been added to the Ravens' Week 5 injury report as a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Andrews was completely absent from Wednesday's injury report, a hint that his thigh issue may have been sustained during practice. How much the star tight end is able to do in Friday's session should go a long way in determining whether his status for Sunday's upcoming contest against the Bengals is in any jeopardy.
Andrews recorded three receptions for 57 yards and two touchdowns in Week 4 against Washington.
Andrews bounced back from a tough Week 3 performance when he appeared out of sync with Lamar Jackson. He recorded a pair of touchdowns in a single game for the second time this season, hauling in scores of 25 and 22 yards. There was little else left for Andrews to do throughout the game, as the Ravens attempted only 23 passes in their lopsided victory. Andrews will have another favorable matchup in Week 5, as Baltimore will face off against the Bengals.
Andrews caught three of eight targets for 22 yards in Monday night's 34-20 loss to the Chiefs.
Andrews and the rest of the Ravens offense had a performance to forget, but the tight end's failure to come up with a catchable, would-be touchdown during the third quarter made his outing all the worse. On the bright side, Andrews at least led Baltimore in targets, setting a new season high in the category as well. Following back-to-back down performances, Andrews should be desperate to return to his best form in Week 4 versus Washington.
Andrews caught one pass for 29 yards on three targets Sunday against the Texans.
It was a quiet outing from Andrews after his strong showing in the season opener. He played just 58 percent of the snaps (38 total), a significant drop-off from the 71 percent he played Week 1. His target volume dropped down to just three, which was his lowest count since Week 14 of 2019. Andrews figures to be more involved Week 3 against the Chiefs.
Andrews registered five catches (on six targets) for 58 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 38-6 win against the Browns.
Andrews began his quest for a second consecutive double-digit touchdown season with two first-half TDs against a Cleveland defense that was without Mack Wilson (knee), Greedy Williams (shoulder) and Grant Delpit (Achilles) for Week 1. The third-year tight end now has five scores in his past three outings against the divisional rival Browns and nine total TDs over his past eight regular-season appearances. Next week, Andrews will face a Texans defense that surrendered six catches, 50 receiving yards and a touchdown to Kansas City's Travis Kelce during the season opener.
Andrews projects to see a higher snap count in 2020, writes John Eisenberg of the team's official website.
Though Andrews led all tight ends with 10 touchdowns last season, he did so while playing a mere 41 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Part of that was dealing with some bumps and bruises, and part of it was Hayden Hurst commanding a significant chunk of snaps as well. With a clean bill of health and Hurst moving on to Atlanta, the runway is clear for Andrews to play a high percentage of the snaps in Baltimore. Much has been made about the sustainability of his touchdown rate from 2019 (10.2 percent). However, if he sees a major snap count increase and thus major target increase, any regression in touchdown efficiency could be smoothed over by the significant uptick in opportunities.
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.
Andrews (ankle) returned to practice Thursday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Andrews sat out Tuesday's session, but his return to the field Thursday suggests that the tight end's ankle issue isn't something that will impact his availability for the Ravens' playoff opener, which will take place Jan. 11.
Andrews (ankle) did not practice Tuesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Andrews was able to participate in the Ravens' final practice session prior to Week 17, but with the team getting an off day Wednesday and not playing until Jan. 11, it was decided to keep him off the field Tuesday.
Andrews (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Steelers.
Andrews missed two practices this week due to a sore ankle, making it an easy decision for the Ravens to hold him out of a regular-season finale where nothing is at stake. With the Ravens having already clinched the No. 1 seed, coach John Harbaugh plans to rely heavily on his reserve players in Week 17. Expect the duo of Hayden Hurst and Nick Boyle to absorb all of Andrews' snaps at tight end.
Andrews (ankle), who is listed as questionable on the official injury report for Sunday's game against the Steelers, isn't expected to play, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Andrews' sore ankle isn't viewed as a major concern, but the Ravens apparently aren't willing to take any chances with him in Week 17 with the team having already secured the AFC's No. 1 seed. Along with Andrews, Mark Ingram (calf) and Marquise Brown (illness) are on track to sit out after appearing on the injury report this week, while coach John Harbaugh previously mentioned that Lamar Jackson, Marshal Yanda, Earl Thomas and Brandon Williams would sit out for rest purposes.
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