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TE Mark Andrews Baltimore Ravens Player Page

#89 Mark Andrews, TE - Questionable Expected back Week 15
Baltimore Ravens
Height 6' 4"
Weight 256 lbs
Age 23
Birthdate September 6th 1996
College Oklahoma
Year 2018
Round 3   Pick 22
Season Statistics
-- Receiving ---- Rushing --
YEARGPRCPTYARDSTDATTYARDSTD
201816345523000
201913547077000
2019 Fantasy Points by Week
Recent Games
-- Receiving ---- Rushing --
WeekRCPTYARDSTDATTYARDSTDPTS
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28112100020
331500001
443110009
554500004
669900007
723900003
922100002
10653200020
11475100016
1224500004
13350100014
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Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the TE position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Week 14 Projections
Andrews has gotten on track after a rough patch earlier in the season, but this Bills defense is legit against tight ends. Jason Witten on Thanksgiving was the first one to net double-digit scoring on them all season. Since he's the #3 tight end in our game we think you need a great alternative to consider not using him, but if you do you have our permission to go down that well.
Receiving: 3 Receptions, 44 Yards, 0 TD.

Season Projections
Making a better-than-expected 2018 rookie debut, Andrews topped the Ravens' tight end committee in targets (18th most among all NFL tight ends), catches (19th), receiving yards (16th) and touchdown receptions. He also flashed some promising chemistry with Lamar Jackson during the second half of the season, averaging a sparking 16.2 yards per catch and finishing as the fantasy TE16/non-PPR and as the fantasy TE17/PPR. Andrews is a "move" tight end (he ran 56.2 percent of his routes out of the slot) with seam-stretching 4.67 wheels, great route-running skills, nice hands and jump-ball ability. Although the second-year pro will continue to operate in a timeshare because his blocking skills aren't the best, there have been whispers that Baltimore plans to use Andrews as a go-to safety valve - and top red-zone option - for Jackson. Any improvement in Jackson's passing skills can only help Andrews, but don't expect high-volume throwing in what will remain a conservative run-first scheme. Hayden Hurst, the Ravens' 2018 first-round selection, is the complete package as an "inline" tight end and figures to show more as a receiver, too. Andrews is still worthy of backup consideration. If the rumors about his expanded usage pan out, Andrews could have fringe starting value despite what projects as a bottom-10 Baltimore passing attack.

Receiving: 8 Receptions, 105 Yards, 2 TD.

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Injury Report
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