Andrews, meanwhile, blossomed into a star, making the Pro Bowl in his second season as he led the Ravens in targets, receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches. Pro Football Focus graded him the second best tight end in the league behind only George Kittle of the San Francisco 49ers. Andrews combines ideal size with reliable hands and a rare instinct for finding the soft spots in a defense. Jackson usually looks to him first on crucial downs. Nagging leg and ankle injuries were Andrews’ only downfall. He missed just one game but frequently played at less than 100% and was not at his best in the Ravens’ playoff loss to the Tennessee Titans. On a crucial early play in that game, a Jackson pass bounced off Andrews’ outstretched hands and into the arms of Tennessee safety Kevin Byard.