Mark Andrews

Mark Andrews

Preseason

Chance of Injury in 2021: question mark 51%
Chance of Injury per Game: question mark 4.1%
Projected Games missed for 2021: question mark 1.2
Durability: question mark 5

Medium Risk

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Mark Andrews Player Overview

What You Need to Know:

- Boosted by the departure of Hayden Hurst, Andrews nearly matched his target total from 2019 last year (105 vs. 104). He saw a strong 22.4% target share.

- Andrews ranked a distant 4th in PPR points per game (12.2), behind Travis Kelce (20.8), Darren Waller (17.5) and George Kittle (15.6).

- Compared to 2019, Andrews’ yards per catch dropped from 13.1 to 11.7. His catch rate went from 65.4% to 62.9%.

- His yards per route run dropped significantly (2.68 vs. 1.86).

- Andrews’ drop rate remained high — 10.8% — a year after posting a 9.3% rate.

- Beyond volume, TDs were the difference-maker. Andrews scored 2 TDs twice over the first 4 weeks. But he totaled 3 scores over his final 10 games.

- TDs have been Andrews’ calling card through 3 seasons. He scored 7 times in 2020, giving him a career TD rate of 12.8%.

- Andrews’ dip in production came alongside some regression from Lamar Jackson. After an MVP campaign in 2019, Jackson’s volume, completion rate, yards per attempt and QBR all declined.

- Andrews missed 2 late-season games on the COVID-19 list. He missed only 1 game from 2018-2019.

- The 2021 Ravens look much stronger around Andrews. Sammy Watkins — while unreliable — adds a talent boost to this unit. Round 1 pick Rashod Bateman brings the separation skills to produce immediately.

- Marquise Brown, only 24, returns after reaching 58-769-8 on 100 targets last year.

- OC Greg Roman returns for his 3rd season in the same role. Baltimore’s ranked last in pass attempts for 2 straight seasons, but Roman has made offseason comments to suggest they’ll go a bit more pass heavy. HC John Harbaugh even indicated a larger receiving role for the backfield (mainly J.K. Dobbins).

- Over the summer, Andrews will attend a new TE summit — Tight End University — lead by Travis Kelce, George Kittle and Greg Olsen. The experience can only help Andrews entering a contract year.

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Mark Andrews Injury History

Date League Injury Details
Oct 8, 2020 NFL Thigh Glute Strain Andrews was added to the Ravens' Week 5 injury report with a thigh issue. He was active for Week 5 game vs. the Bengals
Dec 26, 2019 NFL Pedal Ankle Sprain/Pull Unspecified Grade 1 Andrews dealt with an ankle issue as he was non-participants for few days ahead of the Week 17 game. He was inactive for that game
Sep 9, 2017 Non-NFL Knee Strain Grade 1 Andrews exited in the 2nd quarter of the Ohio State game with a left knee injury. He was able to play the following weekend.
Oct 22, 2016 Non-NFL Shoulder A/C Joint Sprain Andrews sprained the A/C joint in his left shoulder vs. Texas Tech but didn't miss any games.