TE Mark Andrews: "We haven't reached our full potential yet. It's going to be a dangerous group, and we never lose sight of that"
Tight end Mark Andrews missed the Week 1 game against the Houston Texans with a quad injury that forced Baltimore to rule Lamar Jackson's no. 1 target out for that matchup.
Andrews returned in Week 2 and played again in Week 3, and OC Todd Monken told reporters a few days ago that the veteran is in his best shape since he's been coaching him throughout the preseason.
"As an offense, we know what we can be and should be, so that's the exciting part. We haven't reached our full potential yet. We're still working on that. It's going to be a dangerous group, and we never lose sight of that."- Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens
Andrews seems to agree with his offensive coordinator, as he thinks that while the offense has been great already, it's still far from reaching its peak. That could very well be right, as so far the rushing game of the Ravens (believe it or not) has been better than the air attack.
Lamar is growing more comfortable with Monken each passing week, the QB has showcased his rushing prowess in a few games already, and he starts to connect with his pass-catching weapons this attack might be unstoppable, including a career year by Andrews if all systems click.