Mark Andrews
Mark Andrews Suffers Broken Fibula Week 11; OUT for Season
7 months ago

Mark Andrews season is over due to a broken fibula and ankle injury which he suffered Thursday Night.

Baltimore Ravens’ standout tight end, Mark Andrews, has faced persistent health challenges over the years, and unfortunately, this season is no exception. Commencing with a missed Week 1 due to a quad injury, his misfortune peaked in Week 11 when he sustained a season-ending injury – a broken fibula and a sprained ankle during Thursday night’s victory against the Bengals. The critical moment occurred early in the game on Andrews’ second catch, as Cincinnati linebacker Logan Wilson utilized a controversial hip-drop tackle.

 

While Friday’s headlines predominantly featured Joe Burrow’s season-ending injury, Andrews’ setback is undeniably impactful. Andrews has been a consistent, reliable force in fantasy football for the past three years, standing as one of the few “set it and forget it” tight ends. Notably, he is the sole tight end to challenge Travis Kelce as TE1 since 2016.