4. Is Mark Andrews about to have a strong second quarter to the season?
There were questions about Mark Andrews coming into the season. He was going to be in a new offense, and the Ravens had more skill players than we ever saw. He got off to a bit of a slow start with his injury, and then he did not record 50 yards in either of the first two games.
However, in week four the Ravens got him the ball in big-time spots and he hauled in five catches for 80 yards and two touchdown receptions. It was easily Andrews' best game of the season and could suggest big things coming.
Andrews caught a few passes where Jackson put the ball in a perfect spot. It was impossible to see anyone catch the ball but Andrews. Jackson and Andrews have that connection that they can find each other when the play breaks down. Now that Andrews is fully healthy and Jackson is getting more comfortable, we could see more of this.