10 major questions Baltimore Ravens must answer in Week 2 at Cincinnati Bengals

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5. Will Mark Andrews open the Baltimore Ravens offense up even more?

The practice reports indicate Mark Andrews will play this week. When you think about it, the Baltimore Ravens were smart to sit Andrews against the Texans, knowing that he would get to the Bengals game at 100% health. So, while there are questions about why the offense was so condensed, and why Lamar Jackson did not handle pressure as well, the easy answer could be Mark Andrews.

Andrews will draw attention away from everyone else. This will help Zay Flowers get deeper down the field and make life easier than it every has been for Odell Beckham. Beyond that, Andrews has always been the safety blanket for Lamar Jackson. He is the guy that he goes to when trouble comes.

Isaiah Likely is clearly not ready to step into that role, Flowers was getting most of his work on designed plays, and Beckham is still up and down and hit or miss. That is why Andrews makes it all gel together. What will the offense look like in his return?