Ravens TE Mark Andrews became an elite player in 2021

Ravens, Mark Andrews (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
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Since Mark Andrews was drafted in the third round by the Baltimore Ravens, he has been one of their best players. He was a Pro Bowl tight end during the 2019 season.

Offensively, you can argue that he has been their most dangerous weapon not named Lamar Jackson. Since the two were drafted together, they developed instant chemistry on the field.

In their interviews, they have repeatedly stated that they read the field in similar ways, and because of that, they are normally on the same page.

This season is well documented the number of injuries the Baltimore Ravens had suffered. However, amidst all that turmoil and change, not only did Andrews remain consistent, but he also raised his game to another level.

Ravens fans have argued since 2019 that he was a top-three tight end in the league. This past season, his performance backed up those claims.

According to Pro Football Focus, Mark Andrews earned a 91.5 grade in 2021 which was the highest grade among all tight ends in the NFL.

Andrews continues to improve his game every year and he should be in the conversation for the best tight end in football.