2020 Fantasy Football Week 4 Rankings: Tight Ends

After a monster debut week when he caught two touchdowns, Mark Andrews has been relatively quiet since. It’s a bit frustrating for fantasy managers when you consider both of those matchups (at Houston and versus Kansas City) looked like opportunities for Andrews to continue his great start.

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A good sign: Andrews has still been getting a lot of looks in the passing game (8 targets in Week 3).

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Check out where Andrews lands in our analysts’ full tight end rankings for Week 4 below:

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