• Mark Andrews
  • TE
  • , Baltimore Ravens
  • 23
  • 254 lbs
  • 6' 5"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Once Lamar Jackson took over at quarterback, Andrews led the team in receiving yards (339) accounting for 26.0% of Jackson’s passing yards. He did that on just a 14.0% target share, so clearly Jackson and Andrews had a good thing going. Andrews was the No. 13 tight end over the final seven weeks of the season, which is nothing special, but if Jackson’s passing numbers rise and Andrews keeps the same usage rate, he could find himself in the top 10 at the end of the season.

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Scouting report

by Brandon Niles

BAL TE Mark Andrews - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Mark Andrews took full advantage of ill-health in front of him on the depth chart last season, gaining 552 yards on 34 receptions and establishing himself as the top tight end on the roster. Even when fellow rookie and first-round pick Hayden Hurst came back to the field, Andrews was the more productive player. He clicked well with quarterback Lamar Jackson, and he had big plays of 68 and 74 yards late in the year. Andrews sits atop the depth chart heading into the season and has upside entering his second year.

Fantasy Downside
Hurst and Nick Boyle are still vying for looks, which may decrease the number of snaps Andrews gets. Hurst was supposed to be pro-ready as a rookie and the team has more draft capital in him. They may give Andrews a short leash if he struggles and Hurst looks good. Andrews only scored three touchdowns last season and the Ravens will continue to be primarily a running team with Jackson behind center and offensive coordinator Greg Roman calling plays.

2019 Bottom Line
Andrews is a high-upside player considering he can be had near the end of drafts. He’s worth taking a flyer on in leagues where rostering two tight ends is practical. His production was impressive considering his youth and situation. If Jackson improves his passing at all, Andrews should be a nice safety valve for him. He’s not worth any serious investment, but is worth rostering in case he continues his growth.

2019 Strength of Schedule - BAL
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
28
@MIA
2
ARI
32
@KC
23
CLE
20
@PIT
27
CIN
12
@SEA
BYE26
NE
27
@CIN
30
HOU
22
@LAR
8
SF
7
@BUF
13
NYJ
23
@CLE
20
PIT

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1BUF3310410.330000-3.16.122/8027.5%
2@CIN317145.670000-7.710.735/8541.2%
3DEN2590329.500000-5.97.927/7237.5%
4@PIT212026.000000-1.23.226/7733.8%
5@CLE1160316.000000-1.62.633/8737.9%
6@TEN2200410.000000-2.04.02/752.7%
7NO18118.000000-6.87.826/6838.2%
8@CAR431057.750000-3.17.122/6832.4%
9PIT3500616.670000-5.08.027/6144.3%
10BYE--------------
11CIN1190119.000000-1.92.925/7931.6%
12OAK1740174.000000-7.48.418/7025.7%
13@ATL3470315.670000-4.77.732/8139.5%
14@KC0002-0000-0.00.025/7135.2%
15TB2310415.500000-3.15.129/7737.7%
16@LAC2831241.500000-14.316.320/6232.3%
17CLE4540513.500000-5.49.427/7735.1%
Per game2.1334.500.193.1316.2400000.004.586.7024.75/74.3833.28%
Totals3455235016.2400000.0073.2107.2396/119033.28%