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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2022 Draft Rankings

Mark Andrews Note
Mark Andrews photo 2. Mark Andrews (at CIN)
Last year, Mark Andrews was the early-round tight end who drove rosters to fantasy championships. The Baltimore Ravens fourth-year TE led the position with a 25% target share, 28% air yards share and 17.5 fantasy points per game. He ran a route on 84% of offensive dropbacks, which also ranked first.

With Marquise Brown traded to the Cardinals, Andrews has solidified himself as clear TE1 with a still unproven second-year wideout as his main competition for targets.

However, be aware that even if Andrews does repeat his efforts as TE1 it may not be to the extent that it was in 2021. His 623 routes run were 209 more than he had in 2020 and fueled the career-year. Andrews' increase in route running was tied to the Ravens boosted pass-play rate (56%).

From 2019-2020, Baltimore passed on fewer than 46% of their plays. Because Baltimore's increase in passing was due out of necessity in 2021, I'd project it to regress closer to the 2019-2020 rate for this upcoming season.
3 days ago
Isaiah Likely Note
Isaiah Likely photo 52. Isaiah Likely (at CIN)
Charlie Kolar Note
Charlie Kolar photo 69. Charlie Kolar (at CIN)
Incoming rookie from Iowa State has been consistently productive the last three years. At 6-6, 260 pounds, he looks the part.
31 weeks ago
Nick Boyle Note
Nick Boyle photo 77. Nick Boyle (at CIN)
Josh Oliver Note
Josh Oliver photo 108. Josh Oliver (at CIN)