Mark Andrews' Ankle Injury

Ankle Injury

Mark Andrews, tight end for the Baltimore Ravens, was sidelined for the rest of the season after suffering a serious ankle injury in Week

Injury Severity

Concerns regarding the remainder of the season have been raised when Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said after the game .

On-Field Reaction

On-Field Reaction: Andrews was obviously in agony and required assistance to leave the field, use crutches on the way to take X-rays.

Tackling Controversy

 Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson was responsible for the injury, which led to questions about the need of the tackle.

Debate Over

Complaints have been raised over the 'hip-drop' tackle, which was labelled by commentators as such during the broadcast.

Game Impact

Andrews contributed two catches for 23 yards before leaving the game, therefore his absence had a major effect on the Ravens' offensive output.

Additional Injuries

Injuries to other Ravens players, including as Lamar Jackson and Odell Beckham Jr., caused further discussion and attention


Analysts and pundits chimed in on Wilson's tackles, debating the merits of aggressive tackling and the influence it has on the game.

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