It is well-documented how much the Baltimore Ravens relied on tight ends in the second half of the 2018 season after they replaced quarterback Joe Flacco with rookie Lamar Jackson. In fact, Baltimore used three or more tight ends at the third-highest rate in the NFL in that period. While tight ends Nick Boyle, Hayden Hurst and Mark Andrews all had solid seasons — they all finished in the top-35 among tight ends in overall grade — many tend to lump them together instead of looking at what they can offer individually. As a matter of fact, Andrews — a third-round pick in 2018 — has flashed enough skill to get the Baltimore fans' hopes up, and he has a chance to be a key contributor for the Ravens'
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