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|What do you get when you have two tight ends fighting for scraps on a low volume passing offense? You get little in the way of fantasy value. Even at such a volatile, shallow fantasy position like tight end, neither Edwards nor Hayden Hurst are worth much of a look. Edwards had an impressive rookie line of 34-552-3, and did have most of his best statistical games when Jackson was inserted into the lineup, but he saw more than 5 targets only two times all season and this is with Hurst missing 7 games due to injury. With both guys healthy again, I just can't see there being enough opportunities to go around to make them fantasy relevant as more than a TE2.
|Mark Andrews making good impression|
Reportedly team's most dangerous offensive player in camp
By: Doug Orth | Mon Jul 29, 8:45 pm
|In his first week of camp as a rookie last year, Mark Andrews looked unsure of himself and seemed to lack explosiveness. This year, he’s been the Ravens’ most dangerous and productive offensive player. Andrews seems to be well on his way to becoming one of the top young tight ends in the league. (The Athletic - Jeff Zrebiec)|
FFToday's Take: Andrews turned in one of the better lines by a rookie tight end (34 catches, 552 yards, three touchdowns) in league history. Primarily a move tight end at Oklahoma and in his first season as a pro, it's not surprising he's shown well by being allowed to do what he does best. After seeing 50 targets in 2018, Andrews could make a push to lead the Ravens in the category as a sophomore. Even on a team as run-heavy as Baltimore, he has low-end TE1 potential.