Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder, knee) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Panthers. He practiced all week, including a full workout on Friday. HC John Harbaugh said Friday that Andrews’ status won’t be known until Sunday, but he sure seems to be trending toward playing. We’ll get Baltimore’s inactives around 11:30 am ET.
Ravens TE Mark Andrews snagged 5 of 10 targets for 73 yards in Sunday’s loss to Cincinnati. He tallied chunk gains of 29 and 25 yards alongside a less-than-100% Tyler Huntley. Andrews, 28 in September, is under contract for 3 more seasons. We’ll see if the Ravens can lock up Lamar Jackson long-term.
Ravens TE Mark Andrews is INACTIVE for today's game vs. the Bengals. Baltimore is clearly conceding this game, accepting its fate as the AFC's #6 seed. Assuming the Ravens don't somehow pull off a win here, the Chargers will be locked in as the AFC's #5 seed.
Ravens TE Mark Andrews roped in all 9 of his targets for 100 yards in Week 17's loss vs. the Steelers. The veteran hadn't recorded a game of 10+ PPR points since Week 12 vs. the Jaguars prior to Sunday. Fantasy managers who found their way to the championship round despite Andrews' lack of production were certainly happy to see this resurgence. Fellow TE Isaiah Likely is the only other Ravens' pass-catcher who recorded multiple receptions, hauling 3 of 5 targets for 13 yards and 1 TD. Week 17 is a reminder that despite a shoulder injury and QB Lamar Jackson missing time this season, Andrews remains a top-flight fantasy asset.
Ravens TE Mark Andrews led the team in targets (5), receptions (3) and receiving yards (45) in Sunday's win over the Falcons. But he didn't have much chance to deliver truly helpful fantasy football stats. Baltimore attempted just 17 passes for the game. QB Tyler Huntley completed 9 of those for 115 yards and 1 TD. We'll see whether QB Lamar Jackson can make it back for a Week 17 home date with the Steelers.
Ravens TE Mark Andrews drew a team-high 7 targets in Saturday's loss to the Browns, 23.3% of the team's total pass attempts. But he caught just 3 of them for 31 yards. Backup QB Tyler Huntley struggled against a lackluster Cleveland defense. We'll see whether QB Lamar Jackson can make it back for a Week 16 home date with Atlanta.
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