Every Ravens player with an argument for a Pro Bowl nod
Mark Andrews and Mark Ingram:
Mark Andrews has seen his production drop off a bit since his monster start to the season. A foot injury has something to do with that. Andrews did manage to get a touchdown against the Browns. The first two games of the season got Andrews 16 receptions for 220 yards and two touchdowns. If he get back to this kind of production he will put up gigantic numbers this season.
Andrews is a match up nightmare. He’s big and he’s an elite play-maker at the tight end position. Andrews is on pace for a season over 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns. Another play-maker having a great start to the 2019 season is Mark Ingram II. Ingram is averaging six yards per carry on the year and has scored five touchdowns on the ground. Ingram got the Ravens offense off to a big start with a long run on the first play against the Miami Dolphins. Ingram racked up over 100 yards against the Miami Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs.
The highlight of Ingram’s season was his 116 yards and three touchdowns against Kansas City. Ingram has been one of the most impressive running backs in the NFL. Ingram is seventh in the league in rushing yards. That being said, the six players ahead of him in yards are averaging less yards per carry. If the Ravens continue to feed Ingram he will put up numbers more than worthy of a Pro Bowl nod.