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Mark Andrews is officially inactive for the Ravens’ Week 18 matchup with the Bengals.
Andrews appears to be a healthy scratch and the Ravens are just using this time to allow the star tight end to rest for the playoffs. With the team also resting J.K. Dobbins and Tyler Huntley, the Ravens are focused on making sure their core players are ready for round one of the playoffs.
Mark Andrews caught all nine of his targets for 100 yards in a 16-13 loss to Pittsburgh in Week 17.
Andrews was the entire Baltimore passing offense in this one, accounting for almost all of the team's 130 receiving yards. He broke out in a big way with his highest receiving total since Week 6 against the Giants. Andrews now has 73 catches for 847 yards and five touchdowns in 15 games this year. He will be a high-end TE1 against the Bengals in Week 18.
Mark Andrews caught three of five targets for 45 yards in a 17-9 win over the Falcons in Week 16.
Andrews' 45 yards led the Ravens in a game where they only passed for 115 yards. Scoreless since Week 6, the star tight end has disappointed over the second half of the season. Andrews will be a mid-range TE1 against the Steelers in Week 17. He caught two passes for 17 yards when these two teams met back in Week 14.
Mark Andrews caught three of his seven targets for 31 yards in a 13-3 loss to the Browns in Week 15.
Andrews led the Ravens in receiving yardage and targets in the loss. The veteran tight end has not been very productive of late, having failed to score a touchdown since Week 6 against the Giants. He will remain a top play at the tight end position in Week 16 against Atlanta.
Mark Andrews caught two of his six targets for 17 yards in a 16-14 win over the Steelers in Week 14.
Andrews was quiet in a game where the Ravens only threw 17 times. The star tight end did tie for the team lead in targets but it was a forgettable performance. He will remain a top-five tight end heading into Week 15's matchup against Cleveland.