Ravens studs and duds from crucial Week 12 win over the Browns

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3. Mark Andrews, TE, Ravens

What would the Ravens do without Mark Andrews? The tight end continues to be the team’s most reliable pass-catcher despite being swarmed by Cleveland defenders all game.

Andrews caught four passes on ten targets for 65 yards and one touchdown, averaging 16.3 yards per catch.

Marquise Brown, Sammy Watkins, and Rashod Bateman couldn’t size up to him. In fact, Baltimore’s offense may have been nonexistent without Andrews and his telepathic connection to Lamar Jackson.

Just watch this play:


Two things that should stand out: one, Jackson just heaves the ball up expecting Andrews to be there, which he is; and two, the Browns defender got called for pass interference but Andrews still caught the ball. Phenomenal.

4. Justin Tucker, K, Ravens

We’re waiting for the day Justin Tucker actually lets the Ravens down. We think we might be buried in our graves by then.

Tucker was automatic as usual in Week 12, scoring 10 of Baltimore’s 16 points.

Tucker made his sole extra-point attempt and completed all three of his field-goal attempts, including two kicks from 49 and 52 yards.

And we can’t talk about Tucker without also using “clutch” in the same sentence.

Tucker just makes it look too easy.