Mark Andrews Fantasy

Mark Andrews Fantasy Stats

Height / Weight
6'5" / 256 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
September 6, 1995 (23)
2nd Season
2018 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 86 (BAL)
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Mark Andrews Ties Career High With Four Receptions

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews tied a career-high by hauling in four of five targets for 54 yards Sunday's victory over the Browns. The big rookie has grabbed multiple receptions in four of his last five games, totaling 11 receptions for 215 yards and one touchdown over this period. He continues to lead the Ravens' four tight ends in receptions, receiving yards, touchdowns, big plays, and yards per reception. Andrews is an option this upcoming week against the Chargers as he finished the regulars season ranked as the No. 16 fantasy tight end despite sharing time with the other three players at the position. The 22-year-old tallied two catches for 83 yards and one score against the Chargers in Week 16.

over 1 month ago
Mark Andrews Reaches End Zone For Third Time This Season

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews caught both of his targets for 83 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 22-10 victory over the Chargers. The rookie once again came up with a big play as he and Lamar Jackson hooked up for a stellar 68-yard catch and run that put the Ravens up 13-10 early in the third quarter. It was his third touchdown of the campaign and seventh reception of 20 or more yards. Even though Andrews has only been targeted 2.2 times a game since Jackson has taken over the starting job, he is a possible streaming option in Week 17 against the Browns due to his big-play ability and the limited viable options at tight end overall.

over 2 months ago
Mark Andrews Brings In Two Passes For 31 Yards

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews caught two of four targets for 31 yards in Sunday's victory over the Buccaneers. It was a decent bounce-back performance from his zero reception performance against the Chiefs in Week 14. The rookie now has seven receptions for 171 yards over his past five contests. With the Ravens still using a three or four tight end rotation, Andrews is not worth anything more than a punt play in DFS going forward as he has earned at least five PPR points in five of his past seven contests.

over 2 months ago