Madden 22 ranks Ravens' Mark Andrews as fourth-best tight end

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After being dissected last year by EA Sports' Madden rating producers, Mark Andrews justly was recognized as one of Madden nfl 22 coins the top-five tight ends for this year's version of the game. The Ravens All-Pro tighten, an 88-year-old Ravens All-Pro earned the highest grade in his career. Madden 22 ratings. The highest ratings were awarded to Travis Kelce (99), George Kittle (96) and Darren Waller (93)

Andrews' NFL rating is up in each of his three NFL seasons. Andrews aged 75, a newcomer from Oklahoma, was the third-highest rated rookie of Madden 19. This group of players also included fellow Ravens draftee in 2018 Hayden Hurst. His score went up by four points and he climbed to a peak of 79 following a strong debut season. He then exploded in the year 2019, racking up an all-time high of 10 touchdown receptions for TE, and seven more positions for 86.

Andrews was placed eighth in the NFL with 86 yards despite his obvious rise to becoming an superior receiver than Greg Olsen (also an 85) or Evan Engram (88). The 88-year-old Madden has rightly cemented Andrews as one of the most sought-after players in the red-zone and as a pass catcher as a tight end. Although he became more of running blocker last season due to Nick Boyle out injured, Andrews still caught 58 passes and seven touchdowns for 701 yards.

With skill ratings of 86 for speed, 90 for acceleration, 79 for strength, 80 for agility and the 96th percentile for awareness there's no reason to wonder why Andrews has been Lamar Jackson's top target over the past few seasons.

Alongside Rams pass rusher Aaron Donald and Packers pass catcher Devante Adams, Kelce made his return to the exclusive 99 club following his phenomenal season (1,416 yards and 11 touchdowns) helped Kansas City get back to buy Mut 22 coins the Super Bowl.

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