Andrews broke out to the tune of 64 catches for 852 yards and 10 touchdowns and was the clear No. 1 target in the Baltimore passing attack with 98 targets in 15 games. Unlike Darren Waller and the Raiders, the Ravens didn’t make any major high-target additions to the passing attack, drafting only Devin Duvernay and trading away TE Hayden Hurst, which should only serve to open up more playing time for Andrews. Lamar Jackson attempted 22.6 passes in seven rookie starts, and that number increased to 26.7 in his second season. I would think that number would continue to increase as Jackson develops as a passer, and that should open up more opportunity for Andrews and the other Baltimore receivers. He’s a rock solid pick in the third round of fantasy drafts.