TE Mark Andrews - Baltimore Ravens
|6-5, 253||Born: 9-6-1995||College: Oklahoma||Drafted: Round 3, pick 2018|
2019 Week 1 vs MIA (8 / 8 / 108 / 1 rec)
Mark Andrews made a 9 yard catch running an out route. Andrews drew a holding call in the end zone on what could have been a touchdown. Andrews picked up 20 yard running a crossing route showing off his speed to separate over the middle. A few plays later Andrews made consecutive catches for 10 yards. Andrews released up the seam from an line alignment and beat his man for a 39 yard gain. Andrews was brought down at the 1 yard line. Andrews converted a 3rd and long with a 21 yard reception again making a play up the seam. Andrews did well to find a hole in the zone defense. Andrews caught his touchdown pass from Robert Griffin running a shallow crossing route for a 3 yard score.
2019 Week 2 vs ARI (9 / 8 / 112 / 1 rec)
Mark Andrews continues to look unstoppable. Andrews continues to show great hands, an ability to get open, and physicality at and after the catch. Andrews came wide open off of a fake screen and went uncovered down the sideline for a 27 yard touchdown. On 3rd and 17 Andrews released up the seam and made a 28 yard catch between defenders knowing he was going to get hit. Andrews was hit after securing the pass and fumbled but recovered his own fumble. Andrews made an 8 yard catch on 3rd and long forcing a field goal attempt. Andrews found a hole in the Cardinals' zone defense up the seam and made a nice move after the catch to pick up 24 yards. Andrews chews up yards after the catch with his speed and physicality. Andrews made a 9 yard catch over the middle on 3rd and 7. A few plays later Andrews made a nearly identical catch for 8 yards and a 3rd down conversion. Andrews picked up 10 yards running a quick out route and hurdling a defender along the sideline.
2019 Week 3 vs KC (7 / 3 / 15 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews did not look his usual explosive self and saw limited opportunities to make plays. Andrews caught some underneath targets but was not the same downfield threat the Ravens had seen the first two weeks of the season.
2019 Week 4 vs CLE (8 / 4 / 31 / 1 rec)
Mark Andrews was not able to generate any big plays and did not play his best game. Andrews picked up 7 yards running an out route on his first reception. Andrews dropped what should have been a 10 yard gain and first down. Andrews caught a dump off from Jackson for 5 yards. Andrews picked up 11 yards running a curl over the middle. Andrews came wide open running up the seam in the red zone and high pointed a pass from Jackson for an 8 yard touchdown. Jackson and Andrews were not on the same page on a 4th down conversion attempt. Andrews released up field while Jackson expected him to break outside resulting in an incompletion. Andrews only deep target was intercepted. It was an ill-advised throw and the interception was not Andrews' fault.
2019 Week 5 vs PIT (7 / 5 / 45 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews made some nice plays but could have had a much bigger game. Andrews made his first catch running a curl up the seam to convert a 3rd and 8 with a 10 yard gain. Mark Andrews had a 14 yard reception negated by an illegal use of hands penalty. Andrews came wide open running an in breaking route over the middle and hurdled a defender on his way to a 24 yard catch and run. Andrews was targeted over the middle but Andrews was contacted before the ball arrived causing the ball to hit Andrew's shoulder pad and popping the ball into the air for an easy interception. Andrews made a 7 yard catch underneath on 3rd and long. Andrews absorbed a hard hit from Minkah Fitzpatrick and left the game but would later return. Andrews made a 3 yard catch in the flat upon his return.
2019 Week 6 vs CIN (8 / 6 / 99 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews did almost all of his damage in the first half and had an ugly turnover. Andrews had 4 first half catches and made only two early in the second half. Andrews was open to make catches in the short to intermediate range throughout the first half but did not find the same success in the second half. Andrews came wide open along the sideline and picked up 20 yards running an out route. Andrews got open downfield with a linebacker in coverage and escaped downfield for a 39 yard catch and run. Andrews showed off his speed on the play. Andrews picked up 7 yards running a curl. Andrews picked up 8 more yards running a quick out route. Andrews came wide open underneath and got downfield for 16 yards but Andrews decided to try to hurdle a group of defenders and was hit as he jumped and fumbled the ball giving the Bengals possession. It was a ill advised play by Andrews and he may have seen less usage in the second half as a result. Andrews made a nice contested catch for 9 yards on 3rd and 7.
2019 Week 7 vs SEA (8 / 2 / 39 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews had a game to forget against the Seahawks. Andrews first target should have been a routine completion underneath but Jackson threw the pass at Andrews' feet. Andrews beat single coverage down the seam and made a leaping back shoulder catch for 33 yards. The ball placement on the throw was a little awkward and Andrews made a nice adjustment to make the catch. Andrews made a 6 yard catch running a quick out route. Mark Andrews had a 16 yard touchdown catch in his hands but KJ Wright ripped the ball away from him as he went to the ground forcing an incompletion. Andrews then dropped a potential 10 yard gain the following play. Andrews dropped what should have been a 15 yard gain as he was wide open in the middle of the field. The drops were uncharacteristic for Andrews and he should bounce back after the bye week.
2019 Week 9 vs NE (3 / 2 / 21 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews made a pair of important catches but was quiet much of the game. Andrews made a catch in the flat for 3 yards on 3rd and 2. Andrews was targeted deep downfield on a scramble play but Jackson overthrew the pass. On 3rd and 5 Andrews made a leaping 18 yard catch downfield to give the Ravens offense some life.
2019 Week 10 vs CIN (8 / 6 / 53 / 2 rec)
Mark Andrews played very well and was a match up problem for the Bengals. Andrews was Jackson's weapon on choice in the red zone and had an additional end zone target to the two he secured for touchdowns but the pass fell just out of his reach. Andrews came open running a corner route from an in tight alignment for 19 yards. A few plays later Andrews ran a quick out route off of play action and caught a 2 yard touchdown. Andrews converted a 4tth and 3 with a 4 yard catch running a quick out route. Andrews picked up 9 yards running a shallow crossing route. Andrews released vertically up the seam and beat his man with speed to secure a 17 yard touchdown his second of the game.
2018 Week 1 vs BUF (4 / 3 / 31 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews made his first catch up the seam and did well to secure the pass as he absorbed a hit. Andrews caught a back shoulder throw for 12 yard down the sideline and absorbed a hard shot from Jordan Poyer.
2018 Week 2 vs CIN (4 / 3 / 17 / 1 rec)
Mark Andrews saw two early targets from Flacco. The first fell incomplete and Andrews drew a pass interference call in the end zone on the second. Andrews ran an out route and picked up 11 yards. Andrews ran an inside-out double move and caught a 1 yard touchdown. Andrews made a 5 yard catch underneath in garbage time.
2018 Week 3 vs DEN (3 / 2 / 59 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews came wide open over the middle and secured the catch before racing downfield and hurdling a defender for 30 yards. Andrews caught an absolute bullet from Flacco down the seam with three defenders around him for 29 yards. Look for Andrews to become more involved but the return of Hayden Hurst from injury could reduce Andrews' role.
2018 Week 7 vs NO (1 / 1 / 8 / 1 rec)
Mark Andrews drew an illegal contact penalty on a target in the end zone. Andrews ran a quick out route and scored a 6 yard touchdown from the slot. Andrews continues to make plays while Hayden Hurst has failed to impress.
2018 Week 8 vs CAR (5 / 4 / 31 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews continues to become a bigger part of the Ravens offense. Andrews ran a quick out route to outflank his defender and picked up 10 yards. Andrews went low and showed off his hands securing a 5 yard gain on 3rd and 4. Andrews gained 6 yards running a slant. Andrews dropped a pass 14 yard downfield but came back the next play to pick up 10 yards on 3rd and short.
2018 Week 9 vs PIT (6 / 3 / 50 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews was Flacco's primary and most reliable target against the Steelers. The Ravens have made an effort to get Andrews more and more involved in the offense each week. Andrews ran a double move along the sideline and fought for a 20 yard gain on 3rd and 9. Andrews was targeted in the end zone from 10 yards out running a corner route but Flacco's throw was late and allowed the defender to make a play. Andrews made a catch running an out route lined up at wide receiver for 9 yards. Mark Andrews was targeted in the end zone on consecutive plays and drew a 16 yard pass interference penalty. Andrews gained separation running up the seam and Flacco found him for 21 yards.
2018 Week 12 vs OAK (1 / 1 / 74 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews released downfield and got wide open with a nice swim move on his defender. Andrews made an easy catch and raced down the sideline for a 74 yard gain the longest play from scrimmage for the Ravens this season. Andrews showed his impressive speed on the play. Expect Andrews' involvement on offense to continue to grow.
2018 Week 13 vs ATL (3 / 3 / 47 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews played his best game of the season against the Falcons. Andrews made his first catch running a shallow crossing route and hurdled a defender for 8 yards. A few plays later Andrews came uncovered over the middle of the field and picked up 18 yards running a deep slant. Andrews ran a deep crossing route and showed off nice hands making a 21 yard catch along the sideline. Andrews drew a 19 yard pass interference penalty on what could have been a 28 yard touchdown running an out and up from the slot.
2018 Week 15 vs TB (4 / 2 / 31 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews is Lamar Jackson's favorite target. Jackson looks to Andrews downfield with frequency and while Jackson has failed to connect with Andrews for multiple big plays expect the duo to connect in the near future. Andrews got wide open downfield for a potential 45 yard touchdown but Lamar Jackson missed the throw so badly Andrews had no shot at securing the catch. Andrews made his first catch running free down the seam for 17 yards. Andrews showed off his athleticism and ball skills making a contested 17 yard catch over the middle on 3rd and 7.
2018 Week 16 vs LAC (2 / 2 / 83 / 1 rec)
Mark Andrews continues to be the target Lamar Jackson looks to with the most confidence. Andrews made his first catch over the middle for 15 yards on 3rd and 9. Andrews was practically uncovered on the play. Andrews ran a deep over route and out ran the entire Chargers secondary on his way to a 68 yard touchdown. Andrews had a nice stiff arm on the play as well.
2018 Week 17 vs CLE (5 / 4 / 54 / 0 rec)
Mark Andrews continues to be Lamar Jackson's favorite target downfield. Andrews consistently gets open downfield and makes big plays. Andrews gained a lot of separation running an over route over the middle for a 28 yard gain. Andrews made an 8 yard catch running an out breaking route. Andrews worked to the sideline as Jackson scrambled and made a nice 13 yard catch.
2018 Week 18 vs LAC (7 / 3 / 31 / 0 rec)
After being the receiver Lamar Jackson has had the most success targeting for weeks Mark Andrews did not see his first target until the first half's 2 minute warning. Andrews was losing snaps to Maxx Williams and Hayden Hurst when neither player has shown to be the same threat in the passing game as Andrews. Mark Andrews made his first catch with less than 4 minutes remaining in the game for a 9 yard gain. Andrews hurdled a defender for a 9 yard gain on an underneath catch. Andrews gained 13 running a crossing route over the middle.