Baltimore Ravens obliterate Cincinnati Bengals: Handing out 3 game balls
The Baltimore Ravens may have invested a first-round pick in tight end Hayden Hurst in the 2018 NFL Draft, but third-round pick Mark Andrews has shined brightest. As a rookie, Andrews looked the part to be a team’s top tight end. In 2019, he’s looked like a Pro Bowler.
Andrews entered the game vs. the Cincinnati Bengals with 38 receptions for 470-yards and two touchdowns. Andrews nearly doubled his touchdown total vs. Cincinnati, totaling six receptions for 53-yards and two touchdowns. Nick Boyle and Hayden Hurst joined in on the fun, as well, but it was Andrews and Lamar Jackson that were in sync all afternoon.
Not that the Bengals host an elite defense, but Andrews was absolutely working the defense. Cincinnati had no answers for Baltimore’s passing attack and Jackson’s day was boosted by Andrews performance.
Baltimore is no stranger to good tight end play, but the work that Mark Andrews is putting in in 2019 is exceptional. He’s no stranger to game balls either, but here’s another one for his mantle.