“TRULY AMAZING!!”: THIS NFL Superstar Saved A Woman’s LIFE In Mid-Flight … Had His Team Not Lost, He Wouldn’t Have Been There For Her…

Baltimore tight end Mark Andrews is one of the most underrated players in the entire NFL.

Unfortunately, his Ravens were eliminated by the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game last weekend.

However, the fact that they were eliminated may have saved a woman’s life…

Andrews is being celebrated as a hero after he stepped in to assist a woman experiencing a mid-flight medical emergency. The incident, which took place on a Southwest flight from Baltimore to Phoenix, gained widespread attention after a post on social media went viral.

Andrew Springs, a passenger on the flight, recounted the harrowing experience in a tweet, stating: “A woman on my southwest flight from Baltimore to Phoenix this morning had a mid-flight medical emergency.”

Springs described how medical personnel on the plane were struggling to find a solid pulse, and the situation was genuinely alarming.

“The doctor and nurse attending to her couldn’t find a strong pulse, her blood pressure was extremely low, and required oxygen to breathe. It was genuinely scary,” Springs tweeted.

However, a pivotal moment occurred when a man in the aisle seat, identified as Andrews, offered his assistance…

“A man in the aisle seat popped up, ‘Could it be her blood sugar? I have a diabetic testing kit.’ It was Ravens TE Mark Andrews,” Springs wrote.

Andrews, a Type 1 diabetic, is familiar with monitoring blood sugar levels, as he has to check his own regularly as part of his regular routine.

He provided instructions to the medical professionals on the use of his testing kit, ultimately stabilizing the woman’s heart rate.

“In addition to the fast-acting flight attendants, the real heroes are the nurse and doctor who also happened to be on the plane,” Andrews said in a statement released through the Ravens. “Thankfully they were able to provide the woman the quick assistance she needed.”

The Ravens star was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 9.

“I like to control the controllables, attack what I can attack, and just try to approach each day with a positive mindset of I’m going to get better,” Andrews previously told GQ.

Following the incident, paramedics were present when the plane landed, while Andrews quietly exited the scene without seeking any attention or praise.

Springs concluded his post by commending Andrews for stepping up in a crucial moment and praised the collective efforts of complete strangers who came together to save a life.

Andrews, who recently recovered from a left ankle injury, returned in time for the AFC Championship Game.

What a phenomenal job by Andrews. Besides being an excellent player, he’s clearly a special person as well.

What are your thoughts on Andrews stepping up?

As far as him as a player, where do you rank him among the NFL’s top tight ends???