The Baltimore Ravens need to see Mark Andrews step up
The Baltimore Ravens wide receivers will struggle, but Mark Andrews is the top pass catcher anyway. Aside from quarterback, he may be the most valuable player on the team. However, he will be in for a test this week as well.
The Browns have the best defense in the NFL against tight ends by a wide margin. They allowed just 19 catches for 155 yards and two touchdowns to tight ends. This is stunning because Andrews posted five catches for 55 yards and two touchdowns in week four. If it were not for Andrews, the Browns would hardly allow 100 yards and a single touchdown to the position.
So, can Andrews do it again? Both Grant Delpit and Jeremiah Owusu-Koroamoah are having the best years of their careers. One of the issues for the Browns is that they are not used to dedicating defenders to spy on the quarterback and take out the tight end. Is Andrews the Browns' defense kryptonite, or do they show better and prove that they shut down all tight ends? When you consider the wide receivers will struggle, this will determine who wins in week 10.