After being disqualified by EA Sports' Madden rating compilers, Mark Andrews was justly promoted to Mut 22 coins the top five tight ends of this year's Madden.
The Ravens All-Pro tighten the tightening, who is 88 years old Ravens All-Pro got the highest mark in his career. He scored Madden 22 ratings. Only Travis Kelce (99), George Kittle (96), and Darren Waller (93) were recognized with higher ratings.
With his fourth NFL season, Andrews' rating has improved in all three of his seasons in the league. Andrews aged 75, a newcomer from Oklahoma was the third most highly rated rookie of Madden 19. This group of players included fellow Ravens 2018 draftee Hayden Hurst. A successful debut season made the score rise by four points to a 79 prior to breaking out in 2019 with the league's highest number of touchdown receptions for a TE as well as seven spots up to become an 86.
It was the 8th best in the NFL despite Andrews clearly becoming more of a top target than guys like Greg Olsen (also an 86) and Evan Engram (88).
Madden at 88 has rightly affirmed Andrews' status as a leading target in the red zone , and a passer-catcher at tight end. Andrews was a catcher of 58 passes, netting 707 yards and seven touchdowns, and was a more reliable player to buy Madden 22 coins block runs when Nick Boyle injured.