After being ejected by EA Sports' Madden rating makers, Mark Andrews was justly awarded a raise in the top-five tight ends of this year's Madden.
The Ravens All-Pro tightens aged 88, a Ravens All-Pro was awarded the highest score in his career. Madden 22 ratings. The highest ratings were awarded to Travis Kelce (99), George Kittle (96) and Darren Waller (93)
Andrews' NFL rating is rising in all of his three NFL seasons. Andrews aged 75, a newcomer from Oklahoma was rated the third highest rookie of Madden 19. This position group included fellow Ravens 2017 draftee Hayden Hurst. A good debut season led to his score climb four points to a score of 79, before breaking out in 2019 with the league's highest number of touchdown receptions for a TE and seven spots higher to be an 86.
The score was eighth highest in the NFL despite Andrews rapidly becoming more of an elite receiver than players such as Greg Olsen (also an 86) and even Evan Engram (88).
Now 88, Madden has undoubtedly established Andrews as one of the best red-zone targets and pass catcher as a tight end. Even though he was an obstructor of runs in the past season, with Nick Boyle out injured, Andrews still was able to catch 58 passes and seven touchdowns for 701 yards.
With scores of 90 for speed, 86 for acceleration and strength, 79 for speed, 80 for agility and 96 for awareness It's not surprising that Andrews has become Lamar Jackson's most sought-after target in the last few seasons.
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