Several Ravens have been named to the Midseason All-Pro Team.


Several Ravens have been named to the Midseason All-Pro Team.

Despite a slew of important player injuries, the Baltimore Ravens have managed to go 5-2 thanks to a combination of new and familiar faces.

While newcomers like outside linebacker Justin Houston and wide receiver Sammy Watkins have had an immediate impact in Baltimore’s first seven games, returning veterans like Lamar Jackson and Calais Campbell have served as the Ravens’ defensive and offensive anchors.

Pro Football Focus’ Sam Monson has been particularly impressed with two Ravens this season: tight end Mark Andrews and kicker Justin Tucker. For their contributions this season, both were chosen to PFF’s Midseason All-Pro Team today.

PFF’s Midseason All-Pro Team includes the #Ravens:

Justin Tucker, Mark Andrews

November 3, 2021 — PFF BAL Ravens (@PFF Ravens)

Andrews is making his debut appearance on PFF’s annual list, while Tucker has previously been recognized as an honorable mention, most recently last year.

Despite an overall rating of 84.0, which ranks fifth among all interior defenders, Marquise ‘Hollywood’ Brown missed the cut at wide receiver, while Calais Campbell went unnoticed despite an 84.0 overall mark that ranks fifth among all interior defenders.

Andrews, Mark

Andrews’ presence on the list is unsurprising, given that he is PFF’s top-graded tight end this season, with a 91.2 overall rating. Who will be the season’s best tight end? The Philadelphia Eagles’ Dallas Goedert has an overall grade of 84.5.

Andrews, Mark:

This season, TEs had a 91.2 grade.

No other TE has a photo grade higher than 85.

November 2, 2021 — PFF BAL Ravens (@PFF Ravens)

Monson expressed himself as follows:

It may appear like Andrews’ workload has increased dramatically, but it’s more about him being more efficient with the same amount of work, and his quarterback is doing the same. Andrews has seen 49 targets this season, down from 105 last year, but those targets have resulted in a 129.3 passer rating in 2021, up from 99.3 last year. After eight drops last season, he has yet to drop a pass this season and has caught six of his eight catchable contested targets.

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