Mark Andrews followed up a promising rookie season with an excellent 2019, finishing with 64 catches, 852 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also led the team with 98 targets and had an excellent rapport with quarterback Lamar Jackson. Andrews is an excellent seam-stretching tight end who can make catches all over the field and create mismatches. There’s no reason to suspect he’ll be less of a focal point for the offense this season, especially after the Ravens traded away former first-round pick Hayden Hurst.
Durability may be a concern with Andrews. While he hasn’t really missed much time, he was a frequent visitor to the injury report all last season. If those nagging injuries become chronic, it may start to affect his production on the field. His touchdown totals may be unsustainable as well. T.J. Hernandez had him as a touchdown regression candidate due to his +5.1 differential from expected and actual receiving touchdowns.
2020 Bottom Line
Andrews will cost you, as he’s going in the late-third round of 12-team drafts, as the third tight end off the board. But he should be worth it due to his consistency and his steady role in a great offense. Even if the touchdown regression comes, he’s still likely to wind up with at least 100 targets in an explosive offense. Barring injury, he should be well worth his price tag and is one of just a handful of tight ends you can count on week to week