START: Tight End - Mark Andrews
The Ravens are playing on Sunday with only three of the initial six wide receivers they named to their regular-season 53-man roster. Those are Zay Flowers (a rookie), Nelson Agholor (named WR4 in the team's depth chart), and Devin Duverney (always better in special-team duties than on offensive plays).
Do I need to say anymore about what to expect from Mark Andrews in terms of his role and the upside he carries into Week 4?
Andrews has struggled a bit against the Browns the last two times these two franchises have met, yes, but other than that Andrews simply owns Cleveland having scored seven touchdowns on them while racking up receptions and yards in bunches.
No need to mention Lamar Jackson and Andrews have the best rapport between passer-catcher in the Ravens' offense and the fact that Cleveland will be throwing a ton of blitzes toward Jackson forcing him into looking for quick-pass options... such as his tight end.
If there is a must-start player this weekend then that's Mark Andrews. Don't even think twice about it no matter the depth of your league, your scoring format, or if you're thinking about giving him a chance in DFS contests. The upside is massive here.