Davis caught five of nine targets for 58 yards in Tuesday's 42-16 loss to the Titans. Davis finished second to Stefon Diggs in targets and receiving yards, as the rookie fourth-rounder took on a larger role with John Brown (knee) inactive. With over 50 yards in two of his last three games and a touchdown in the other, Davis is starting to establish himself as a consistent contributor in the Bills' surprisingly high-octane passing attack. He should remain involved Monday against the Chiefs, especially if Brown sits again.
Davis hauled in his lone target for a 26-yard touchdown in Sunday's 30-23 win over the Raiders. Cole Beasley battled through a foot injury during Sunday's game, and Davis ended up out-snapping the veteran and finishing with 57 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Josh Allen didn't look his way much, but he made the most of his only target, finding the end zone for the second time in three weeks. With an 8-129-2 line through four games, Davis is an interesting player to keep an eye on, especially if Beasley or John Brown (calf) ends up missing time.
Davis' teammate John Brown, who left the team's Week 3 game against the Rams, practiced fully Friday and does not have an injury designation heading into Sunday's game in Las Vegas. Davis was a nice little pickup earlier in the week when Brown's status was more in doubt after the former went for 81 yards on four catches in a breakthrough outing last week. The rookie from Central Florida will still see the field since he's the clear-cut No. 3 receiver in an offense that uses plenty of three-wide looks, but with Brown and tight end Dawson Knox (concussion) back to full health, Davis will remain pushed down in the pecking order. Still, a 7-103-1 line through three games to go with a somewhat significant role all spell for a nice start to Davis' pro career.
Davis caught all four of his targets for 81 yards in Sunday's 35-32 win over the Rams. Davis took advantage of his increased workload after fellow wide receiver John Brown exited with a calf injury. If Brown can't go in Week 4 against the Raiders, Davis would gain some appeal in what has morphed into a high-octane Bills passing game.
Davis caught his only target for a six-yard score in Sunday's win over Miami. The fourth-round rookie was given a carry as well, but it went for no yards, so other than the touchdown it was a pretty empty stat line for the Central Florida product. Still, the TD -- Davis' first as a pro -- made a difference in the game and emphasized that he has become the clear-cut No. 4 wideout in his first pro season. He'll see only occasional looks for now, but if anything were to happen to Stefon Diggs or John Brown, Davis would likely have a prominent role in the offense.
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|13||12/07||@San Francisco 49ers||9||19.67|
|16||12/28||@New England Patriots||21||24.00|
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