When Mark Andrews broke out last season with 64 receptions for 852 yards and 10 touchdowns, the question entering 2020 was whether he'd be able to sustain that level of production now that he or the Ravens' offense wasn't surprising anyone.
Just one game into the year, it's clear Andrews and the Ravens' ability to get tight ends involved on offense are both for real.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson found Andrews five times for 58 yards and two touchdowns, making the 24-year-old the NFL's leader in receiving touchdowns since the beginning of last season with 12, according to Pro Football Reference.
He passed Detroit's Kenny Golladay (11) and the Rams' Cooper Kupp in Week 1 (10). All the man does is score.
For a Ravens team with relatively unproven commodities on the outside -- with the exception being Marquise Brown -- Andrews has become a pillar of the Baltimore passing attack.
And at the end of the day, this team is most likely going as far as Jackson can take them. Having weapons he can trust in the passing game will be paramount for the team's playoff success.