Davis caught four of seven targets for 35 yards Saturday during a 22-21 win over the Chiefs in the wild-card round. Davis led all Titans wide receivers in targets, catches and yards, but the position had minimal involvement with Tennessee relying primarily on the running game and tight end Delanie Walker to move the ball. The talented rookie's price in postseason formats remains low, so he could be worth a flier in the next round despite having failed to score a touchdown thus far in his NFL career. Davis should have had one in this game, but Marcus Mariota overthrew him right at the goal line.
Davis was held without a catch in Sunday's 15-10 win over the Jaguars. Tennessee found a way to eke out a win and make the playoffs despite getting a combined four catches for 25 yards from its wide receivers against the stout Jacksonville secondary. Davis finishes an injury-plagued rookie year with 34 catches for 375 yards and no touchdowns in 11 games, but the fifth overall pick out of Western Michigan is still brimming with potential that he could start to realize as soon as the wild-card round against a shaky Chiefs secondary.
Davis caught three of his five targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 25-23 loss to the 49ers. Davis continues to put up underwhelming performances, though quarterback Marcus Mariota is hardly doing any better relative to expectations. Rishard Matthews is the only wide receiver that can be trusted to produce at a respectable level in this offense right now.
Davis turned six targets into three catches for 29 yards in Sunday's 12-7 loss to Arizona. Davis finished second in targets to tight end Delanie Walker's nine, as fellow wideouts Eric Decker and Rishard Matthews saw only five apiece. While the rookie continues to see a decent number of looks per game, he's not making much of a fantasy case for himself after having failed to find the end zone or top 50 yards in a game since returning from a hamstring injury Week 9.
Davis played 72 percent of the offensive snaps in Sunday's 20-16 win over the Colts, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports. With Rishard Matthews inactive due to a hamstring injury, there was some thought Davis would handle a larger workload. Instead, the rookie saw his lowest snap share in four games since returning from his own hamstring injury, also drawing his fewest targets (four) since the Week 2 game in which he aggravated that ailment. Eric Decker actually played a few more snaps (83 percent), but he finished with just three catches for 23 yards while also drawing four targets. Davis did at least catch each of his four targets for a total of 39 yards, highlighted by a 19-yard gain on the game-winning touchdown drive. He's seemingly locked into a top-two role alongside Matthews and ahead of Decker, but it's increasingly clear the role won't necessarily equate with consistent production in a disappointing Tennessee offense. Davis is averaging 3.3 catches for 35.5 yards on 6.5 targets since returning from his five-game absence.
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