Former Sooner and current Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews had a huge performance against the Cleveland Browns during a 38-6 blowout win on Sunday, catching five passes for 58 yards and two touchdowns.
Andrews was poised to continue his prominent role in the Ravens lineup in his first game of 2020. In 2019 he became a common target for quarterback Lamar Jackson, nearly doubling his targets from the previous year from 50 to 98.
After the Ravens picked off Andrews’ former quarterback Baker Mayfield, Andrews caught a 5-yard touchdown pass for Baltimore’s first score of the game, setting the tone for the rest of the contest.
Andrews played an instrumental role once again during Baltimore’s drive to close out the first half, garnering three targets and then snagging a touchdown with six seconds left on the clock.
Andrews' and Baltimore’s next game will be at Houston at 3:25 p.m. CT on Sept. 20 and will be televised on CBS.