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What to do with Mark Andrews in Week 10 fantasy football

We go over Mark Andrews’ fantasy football outlook ahead of the Ravens Week 10 matchup against the Patriots.

 Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews runs by Pittsburgh Steelers free safety Minkah Fitzpatrick in the fourth quarter at M&T Bank Stadium.  Mitchell Layton-USA TODAY Sports

Another casualty of the Baltimore Ravens’ struggling offense is tight end Mark Andrews. A year ago, he averaged more than 50 yards per game and scored 10 receiving touchdowns. This year so far, he’s averaging just 37 yards per game and hasn’t found the end zone since Week 5. He’s got another tough matchup this week against the Patriots.

Fantasy Football analysis: Ravens TE Mark Andrews

Andrews tied for the team lead in targets last week with five, but he caught just three of them for 22 yards against the Colts. The week before that, he had just 32 yards. He’s only topped 50 yards in a game three times this season, and he also found the end zone in each of those outings. The problem is those kind of games have been few and far between for a player who started the season in the upper tier of fantasy players at his position.

Things won’t get much easier against the Patriots. They’ve only allowed on opposing tight end to score this season. It’s hard to justify sitting Andrews just because the Ravens don’t have many other options, but this might be the week to leave him on the bench.

Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation

Sit Mark Andrews.