Oklahoma looks quite different on the offensive side of the ball this season – and we’re not just talking about the quarterback position. Sure, Kyler Murray is filling in for Baker Mayfield, but the team also has a change at the tight end position.
Why? Well, that’s because former Sooners star Mark Andrews decided to leave for the NFL
Just a few days after losing to Georgia in a double-overtime Rose Bowl game, Andrews announced he was leaving for the NFL.
A few months later he’s scored his first NFL touchdown.
A short pass from Joe Flacco found a falling Andrews who corralled the pass for six. Check it out.
The @Ravens aren't done.
A clutch TD before the half makes it a two-possession game! #BALvsCIN
— NFL (@NFL) September 14, 2018
Andrews has found a home in Baltimore. Although he’s listed as the No. 3 tight end with the Ravens, he’s already looking like a legitimate weapon for Flacco.
Andrews hauled in three catches for 31 yards in his first NFL game and has two catches for 12 yards and a touchdown tonight.