Number Five: Corey Davis
Corey Davis is a 6-foot-3 wide receiver who currently plays for the Tennessee Titans. Davis has yet to truly break out in the NFL, but he also plays on a team with below-average quarterback play and a stout running game.
Davis, 25, was the number five overall pick back in 2017 by the Tennessee Titans. In his career so far, Davis has hauled in 142 receptions, 1,867 receiving yards, a yards per reception average of 13.1, 97 first downs, and six touchdowns.
Davis is also a beast when the games matter most. In the five playoff games in his career, he has totaled 15 receptions for 166 receiving yards and three touchdowns, oftentimes not being the team’s main target.
Corey Davis would thrive on a team with multiple good receivers and a quarterback who can scatter the ball around with the best of them.
Davis would take advantage of mismatches against smaller and weaker opponents as the number three receiver on the depth chart. The Titans simply aren’t using Davis the right way and a change of scenery could completely revive his career.
The Titans also clearly don’t see a future with Corey Davis as they recently declined his fifth-year option making him a free agent following the 2020 season. A late-round draft pick or two should be all it takes to pry Davis away from the Titans.
They should look into this move quickly.