Ravens’ Mark Andrews hurdles Steelers defender for huge gain
It almost seems that hurdling a defender is commonplace in today’s NFL. However, it is still impressive when you see a 6’5, 256-pound tight end jump over another human being. Mark Andrews of the Baltimore Ravens has been one of Lamar Jackson’s favorite targets. With plays like this against the Pittsburgh Steelers, he might see the ball even more.
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As the Ravens look to get back atop the AFC North, Andrews and Jackson will have to continue to have to make plays. Marquise Brown left in the second half with an ankle injury, taking another receiving threat off the field.
That means Andrews will get a bit more targets and will have to make the most of them. The Ravens don’t exactly have the luxury to be losing receivers as they aren’t as deep at that position.
Brown had looked good so far, catching a touchdown pass as Baltimore hopes he will be able to make it back after the break.
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