Baltimore Ravens’ most dangerous player No. 2- Mark Andrews, tight end
The Cleveland Browns have struggled against explosive tight ends for what seems like my whole life but Mark Andrews takes that to a whole new level. If you look back at each game Andrews has played against the Browns you will struggle to find a game where he didn’t make an impact. It doesn’t matter who is at quarterback Andrews is as consistent and productive as they come.
Andrews is coming off of his best season where he saw 153 targets hauling in 107 catches for 1,361 yards and 9 touchdowns with only 3 drops. Dropping only 3 targets when seeing 153 balls thrown his way is a ridiculously good stat for a tight end. If the quarterback can get the ball accurately enough to Andrews that he gets his hands on it more likely than not it will be caught.
The Baltimore tight end isn’t a slouch in the run game either, which is a big deal for a team like the Ravens where the offense is built around a strong running game and effective pass game. The Browns have got to find a way to at least limit Andrews’ production if they want to consistently compete with the Ravens this season.