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Mark Andrews

Mark Andrews Fantasy

Questionable Thigh
6 3rd
454 4th
3.0 19th
Height / Weight
6'5" / 256 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
September 6, 1995 (25)
3rd Season
2018 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 86 (BAL)

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Mark Andrews News

Mark Andrews Looks To Keep Things Going On Thursday

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews has been impressive throughout his previous two games, racking up 12 catches (16 targets) for 157 yards and a touchdown. While that type of production would get anyone excited, the 25-year-old will have a tough matchup against an effective Steelers Defense on Thanksgiving. Andrews didn't have a stellar outing in his first meeting against Pittsburgh just a few weeks ago, finishing with only three catches for 32 yards. While the veteran has a high ceiling whenever he steps on the field, fantasy managers may want to look for an alternative in Week 12.

Nov. 24th • 1:25 PM
Mark Andrews Logs Limited Practice Monday

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (thigh) would have only been able to practice in a limited capacity Monday had one been available to him. With the Ravens taking on the Steelers on Thanksgiving, the team's primary pass-catching threat has just three days to recover from the team's Week 11 matchup to get ready for its arch nemesis. Andrews had arguably his best game of 2020 on Sunday, compiling a season-high 96 receiving yards versus the Titans, while also hauling in his sixth touchdown of the year. The Steelers Defense gave Andrews fits during their Week 8 matchup, limiting him to three catches for 32 yards, as the Pro Bowl tight end is yet to find the end zone in four career meetings against Pittsburgh. Check back throughout the week to receive updates to his status as they become available.

Nov. 23rd • 7:28 PM
Mark Andrews Comes Up Big In Week 11

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews had his best yardage total of the 2020 season in Sunday's loss to the Titans, catching five passes for 96 yards and a touchdown. He was targeted seven times, tying him with Willie Snead IV for the team lead. Andrews has been fine this season, but hasn't been as consistently good as many expected when they drafted him. The targets are here, though, and you should safely consider him a TE1 play.

Nov. 22nd • 8:18 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Lamar Jackson
Robert Griffin III
RB Gus Edwards
Justice Hill
LWR Marquise Brown
Devin Duvernay
RWR Willie Snead IV
Miles Boykin
SWR Dez Bryant
James Proche II
TE Mark Andrews
Luke Willson
LT Orlando Brown Jr.
LG Bradley Bozeman
C Matt Skura
RG Patrick Mekari
Ben Powers
RT D.J. Fluker
DE Derek Wolfe
Jihad Ward
NT Justin Ellis
DT Calais Campbell
Justin Madubuike
RUSH Yannick Ngakoue
Jaylon Ferguson
MLB Patrick Queen
Chris Board
WLB Malik Harrison
L.J. Fort
SAM Matthew Judon
Tyus Bowser
LCB Marlon Humphrey
Tramon Williams
SS Chuck Clark
Anthony Levine Sr.
FS DeShon Elliott
Jordan Richards
RCB Marcus Peters
Jimmy Smith
K Justin Tucker