Ravens Celebrate Victory, Bracing for Future Without Injured TE Mark Andrews

Baltimore’s biggest win was also most costly, with the announcement that tight end Mark Andrews is likely out for the season due to an ankle injury. Despite this, Ravens coach John Harbaugh is proud of his team’s performance against Cincinnati, where star quarterback Joe Burrow left the game with a wrist problem in the second quarter. The Ravens now face the reality of being without one of their most consistent offensive performers.

The Baltimore running game finished with 157 yards, while Gus Edwards scored two touchdowns. Quarterback Lamar Jackson ran for 54 yards, and rookie Keaton Mitchell had 33.

The tight end position will see changes with Andrews’ absence. Isaiah Likely had 36 catches last season as a rookie but has only nine this season. Odell Beckham Jr. caught four passes for 116 yards, his first 100-yard receiving game in the regular season since 2019.

Cornerback Rock Ya-Sin committed a pass interference penalty that led to a Cincinnati field goal. The Ravens played without Marlon Humphrey and left tackle Ronnie Stanley, and Jackson played through ankle trouble.

The Ravens have had the most sacks in franchise history this season. Their next game is on November 26 against the Los Angeles Chargers.