Fantasy Football: 5 tight ends to avoid starting in Week 10

Jacksonville Jaguars v Pittsburgh Steelers
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1.) Mark Andrews vs. Cleveland

The Ravens’ star tight end has been, to no surprise, a great and valuable weapon for the Baltimore passing game. Despite only having two games above 20 fantasy points, Andrews has been consistent this year and has even had two games where he has been targeted 10 times. The Ravens have already played against the Browns this year, where Andrews recorded 5 catches for 80 yards and two touchdowns. 


With this game being back in Baltimore, why would Andrews be on this list? It’s hard to believe that Andrews will have the same kind of performance he had last time against the Browns, whose defense has since then been phenomenal this season. In addition, the Ravens have been able to run the ball effectively to the point where they do not need to rely on the passing game. I’m not saying to be confident in benching him, but unless you are super confident that Andrews can be a contributor this week against this defensive unit, maybe just think about how Andrews could be limited this week.