Davis recorded five solo tackles and defensed two passes in the Buccaneers' 27-24 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday. Davis' final numbers were perfectly acceptable for a cornerback from an IDP perspective, but he was repeatedly embarrassed by Tyreek Hill during the speedster's record-setting performance as well. Naturally, Hill has handed out such treatment to more than his fair share of defenders thus far in his storied career, so Davis is far from alone in that regard. However, it's worth noting Hill's repeated success against him helped push the completion percentage allowed by Davis in primary coverage on the season over the 50.0 percent mark (51.8), which currently ranks as the highest figure of the corner's two-plus seasons. Additionally, the five touchdowns Davis has now surrendered leave him just one short of tying the career high he set in that category during the 2019 season.
Davis (knee) recorded three tackles (two solo) and defensed a pass in the Buccaneers' 46-23 win over the Panthers on Sunday. The third-year cornerback shook off the knee issue that he'd nursed during the week to play 47 out of a possible 48 snaps on defense and an additional 10 on special teams. Davis also got his hands on the ball on one occasion, pushing his pass breakups to 14 through 10 games and remaining on a pace to comfortably exceed last season's impressive 19 defensed passes.
Davis (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Panthers. Davis missed practice Thursday with a sore knee, but he was able to take part in Friday's session in a limited capacity. Even though the Buccaneers still listed Davis as questionable for the Week 10 contest heading into the weekend, coach Bruce Arians noted that he anticipated the cornerback would play. Now that his availability is confirmed, Davis should be ready to handle his normal starting role in the secondary. The 23-year-old leads Tampa Bay with four interceptions and 13 pass breakups this season.
Davis (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Panthers, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. The 23-year-old cropped up on the injury report Thursday with the knee issue, but he's apparently trending in the right direction for Sunday's contest, per Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site. However, the progression of Davis' sore knee will determine his availability.
Davis (knee) did not participate in Thursday's practice. Davis wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, but a knee issue is now preventing him from handling any amount of practice reps. The third-year cornerback regularly plays 100 percent of defensive snaps in Tampa Bay's secondary, so it's also possible that maintenance played a role in his lack of activity. He'll look to resume practicing in at least a limited capacity Friday.