Mark Andrews

Mark Andrews Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'5" / 256 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
September 6, 1995 (24)
3rd Season
2018 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 86 (BAL)

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Mark Andrews News

Mark Andrews Could Be A Bigger Deep Threat

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews could have a more significant impact on the receiving end in 2020. After head coach John Harbaugh acknowledged the potential openings downfield as a result of opposing teams looking to stop the run, the 24-year-old could prove useful to quarterback Lamar Jackson, who may be looking for more downfield throws as a result. Andrews had a breakout season in 2019, finishing with 64 catches for 852 yards and 10 touchdowns. He is expected to be one of the first tight ends off the board, so fantasy managers will want to plan accordingly when entering the second and third rounds for those looking to plug a hole at that position early.

Jun. 7th • 10:35 PM
Mark Andrews Catches Four Passes Against Titans

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews brought in four of his seven targets for 39 yards during the loss to Tennessee on Saturday. Andrews was in jeopardy of not playing after battling an ankle injury but was still able to get something going despite yielding some receptions and a touchdown to Hayden Hurst, who had four catches for 53 yards to go along with the score. The 24-year-old will cap off the year as one of the most efficient fantasy tight ends and will likely be selected behind Travis Kelce, George Kittle, Zach Ertz, and Austin Hooper in fantasy drafts for the 2020 season.

Jan. 12th • 4:18 AM
Mark Andrews Could Have Big Impact

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews is listed as questionable with a lingering ankle injury but is expected to play in this weekend's Divisional Round matchup against the Tennessee Titans. Andrews was an integral component for the Ravens success on offense this season and finished as the No. 5 tight end in PPR leagues. In his last two games played, Andrews tallied 16 targets for 145 yards and three touchdowns. When he's on the field, expect quarterback Lamar Jackson to target him heavily, especially against a Titans Defense that struggled against opposing tight ends in 2019. Tennessee allowed eight different tight ends to score on them this season and allowed 84 yards and two touchdowns to Jared Cook in Week 16. Andrews will be an attractive play this weekend, especially in cash games. Regardless of the chalk surrounding Andrews on this four-game slate, he's a great option for cash games or tournament play.

Jan. 9th • 8:04 PM

Depth Chart

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QB Lamar Jackson
Robert Griffin III
RB Mark Ingram II
J.K. Dobbins
LWR Marquise Brown
Devin Duvernay
RWR Miles Boykin
Chris Moore
SWR Willie Snead IV
James Proche
TE Mark Andrews
Nick Boyle
LT Ronnie Stanley
Will Holden
LG Bradley Bozeman
Tyre Phillips
C Matt Skura
Patrick Mekari
RG Ben Powers
Ben Bredeson
RT Orlando Brown Jr.
Andre Smith
DT Derek Wolfe
Justin Madubuike
NT Brandon Williams
Daylon Mack
DE Calais Campbell
RUSH Pernell McPhee
Jaylon Ferguson
MLB Patrick Queen
Chris Board
WLB Malik Harrison
L.J. Fort
SLB Matthew Judon
Tyus Bowser
LCB Marlon Humphrey
Anthony Averett
SS Chuck Clark
Jordan Richards
FS Earl Thomas III
DeShon Elliott
RCB Marcus Peters
Jimmy Smith
NB Tavon Young
Khalil Dorsey
K Justin Tucker