Andrews has finished now lower than sixth among TEs in fantasy points during each of his four seasons as Baltimore's No. 1 tight end. The 2018 third-round pick actually saw a massive step backward in production from 2021 (107-1,361-9 receiving line) to 2022, but still ended up no lower than third in targets, receptions and yardage at the position. Lamar Jackson's injury loomed large, as Andrews posted a 49-568-5 receiving line in nine full games with Jackson (15.4 fantasy PPG, ranked second), compared to 21-246-0 in five games without him (9.1 PPG, 17th). Baltimore upgraded at wide receiver a bit, but Andrews can afford a dip from his TE-high 29% target share and still provide elite fantasy numbers. The 28-year-old is the best TE in fantasy not named Travis Kelce.