Davis hauled in two of his four targets for 34 yards in the team's Week 14 win over the Raiders.
Davis was limited to a minimal role in the Titans' offense once again, with his biggest contribution coming on a 24-yard reception halfway through the second quarter. However, he was overshadowed by rookie A.J. Brown while also being outproduced by the likes of Tajae Sharpe and Jonnu Smith. Davis is in the midst of another disappointing season and has given little reason to expect a breakthrough, even in a positive matchup against the Texans in Week 15.
Davis hauled in one of two targets for 23 yards in the team's Week 13 win over the Colts.
Davis continued his mystifying fall in the Titans' offense, being out-targeted by the likes of Cody Hollister and Anthony Firkser. Though he has long possessed a tantalizing profile for production, it appears that Davis won't have the chance to break out as a Titan. For the season, he has just 31 receptions for 426 yards and has recorded fewer than three receptions in three of his past four games.
Davis hauled in two of his three targets for 29 yards in the team's Week 12 win over the Jaguars.
Davis continues to fade into the background of the Titans' passing attack, as A.J. Brown exploded for a big performance in the win. Davis' three targets matched his fewest of the season, though he's now failed to surpass 30 receiving yards in four of his 10 games. While he's shown brief flashes of promise, Davis doesn't see enough volume to turn in consistent performances. On the other hand, he will draw a plus matchup against the Dolphins in Week 13, so he could be in for a boom performance.
Davis (hip) will play Sunday against the Jaguars after practicing fully this week, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Davis sat out the Titans' Week 10 win over the Chiefs, but the team's Week 11 bye afforded the wideout enough time to ready himself for a return to action Sunday. Nine games into his 2019 campaign, Davis -- who has scored two TDs in that span -- is averaging 3.1 catches and 41.6 receiving yards per game. As long as he avoids any injury setbacks down the stretch, Davis has a fairly stable fantasy floor, but his ceiling is capped by the modest volume (45 targets to date) he's seen in the Titans' Ryan Tannehill-helmed passing attack.
Davis (hip) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.
Davis missed the Titans' Week 10 game against the Chiefs on account of the hip injury, but the team's Week 11 bye has seemingly afforded him adequate recovery time. Barring any setbacks, expect Davis to fill his usual duties as one of the top options in the Titans' aerial attack Sunday versus the Jaguars.
Prior to Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Davis (hip) "spent time feeling things out pre-game with strength and conditioning coach Frank Piraino" before being made inactive for the contest, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.
Davis had been listed as doubtful on the team's final Week 10 injury report, but this nugget offers a degree of hope that the wideout may only miss one game, given that the Titans are on bye in Week 11.
Davis (hip) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
With Davis out, A.J. Brown and Adam Humphries profile as Titans' top wide receiver targets Sunday, while Tajae Sharpe and Kalif Raymond should be in line for added snaps in the team's Week 10 passing attack.
Davis (hip) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Davis wasn't able to practice all week, so it looks very much like the Titans will be without him Sunday. Assuming he's out this weekend, A.J. Brown and Adam Humphries should be the team's top wide receiver targets in Week 10, while Tajae Sharpe and Kalif Raymond would be in line for added snaps in Tennessee's passing attack.
Davis (hip) missed practice again Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Back-to-back missed sessions put the focus on what Davis is able to do at practice Friday. If he's limited or out Sunday against the Chiefs, Tajae Sharpe and Kalif Raymond would be in line for added snaps in the Titans' Week 10 offense.
Davis didn't practice Wednesday due to a hip injury, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Per Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean, Davis rode on a stationary bike off to the side during the session, which offers hope that the wideout could return to the field as soon as Thursday. Davis logged 56 of a possible 72 offensive snaps in the Titans' 30-20 loss to the Panthers in Week 9, hauling in four of five targets for 48 yards.
Davis recorded four receptions on five targets for 48 yards in Week 9 against the Panthers.
Davis was the team's second-most targeted receiver, but he was notably outplayed by rookie wideout A.J. Brown. Since his breakout Week 7 performance against the Chargers, Davis has managed just six receptions for 57 yards combined across his last two games. A number of factors are working against Davis being a consistent producer, particularly the emergence of Brown and Ryan Tannehill's willingness to spread the ball around to a number of different Titans receivers. The team may ultimately be forced to up their pass volume and run their offense at a faster pace in an effort to earn a victory against the Chiefs in Week 10, potentially opening the door for Davis to produce.
Davis caught two of six targets for nine receiving yards during Sunday's 27-23 win against the Buccaneers.
The 24-year-old wideout was dealing with an illness leading into a Week 8 matchup against Tampa Bay's 32nd-ranked pass defense, perhaps explaining why he was unable to make any sort of substantial impact despite facing a somewhat lenient opponent. Davis' first start alongside Ryan Tannehill in Week 7 was extremely encouraging, as he racked up six catches for 80 yards and a touchdown, but in Week 8 he was contained to fewer than 40 receiving yards for the third time in his past four outings. Upcoming next is a matchup against a Panthers team that entered the weekend as one of the NFL's eight best pass defenses with just 225 yards allowed per game through the air.
Davis (illness) returned to a full practice Thursday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
An illness led to Davis sitting out Wednesday's session, but now that he's returned to a full practice, the wideout is slated to start Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. Last weekend, in QB Ryan Tannehill's first start of the season, Davis logged a season-high six catches (on seven targets) for 80 yards and a TD in the Titans' 23-20 win over the Chargers. If the duo's chemistry continues to build, Davis -- who has averaged 45.3 receiving yards per game thus far -- could see an uptick in fantasy utility going forward.
Davis (illness) didn't practice Wednesday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Davis should have ample time to recover for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. The 2017 first-rounder recorded a season-high six catches (on seven targets) for 80 yards and a TD in Week 7's win over the Chargers. That effort corresponded with QB Ryan Tannehill's first start of the season, which offers hope that Davis -- who is averaging 45.3 receiving yards per game to date -- could pick up the pace in the coming weeks.
Davis hauled in six of his seven targets for 80 yards and a touchdown in Week 7 against the Chargers.
Davis posted season-best marks in both targets and receptions in Ryan Tannehill's first start under center. His day was highlighted by two plays, the first of which was an eight-yard touchdown reception late in the first half. He also played a key role in the team's game-winning drive, hauling in a 38-yard pass. Given the immediate rapport that Davis showed with Tannehill, it's possible the promising wideout will be more consistent in his production as the season wears on. He'll have a strong chance to build on this breakout performance as he faces a weak Buccaneers pass defense in Week 8.
Davis hauled in three of his five targets for 36 yards in Week 6 against Denver.
Davis was uninvolved in the game until the second half with Ryan Tannehill under center. After being targeted just once in the first two quarters by Marcus Mariota, Davis hauled in three of his four targets from Tannehill. Of those receptions, two went for more than 10 yards, highlighted by an 18-yard catch with 11 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. While it's no guarantee the glimpses of rapport would continue, Davis was far more involved in the offense with Ryan Tannehill under center -- something to keep in mind before the team names its starting quarterback heading into a Week 7 matchup against the Chargers.
Davis hauled in two of his four targets for 28 yards in Week 5 against the Bills.
Davis tied for second on the team in targets and made his only major contribution during a two-minute drill before halftime when he hauled in a short pass and turned it into a 23-yard gain. Though Davis has certainly been a disappointment this season -- he has 13 catches for 201 yards in five games -- it's difficult to ascertain whether that performance has been caused by individual skill or poor team context. In either case, Davis will look to return to his form in Week 4 when he hauled in five receptions for 91 yards and a score. His next chance to do so will be Week 6 at the Broncos.
Davis caught five of his six targets for 91 yards and a touchdown in Week 4 against Atlanta.
Davis finally got on track, surpassing three receptions and 50 receiving yards for the first time this season. The performance was highlighted by a 23-yard touchdown late in the second quarter to put the Titans up 24-7. Despite the encouraging performance, Davis figures to be inconsistent throughout the season given the team's continued low pass volume combined with the potential emergence of rookie wideout A.J. Brown. Davis will draw a tough matchup against Buffalo in Week 5.
Davis hauled in three of his four targets for 44 yards in Week 3 against Jacksonville.
Davis made a highlight-reel, one-handed catch in the game, but he was otherwise quiet in the Titans' Week 3 defeat. He has now seen no more than five targets in all three games this season, and has just six receptions for 82 yards on the campaign. It's been a disappointing start to the season for Davis, who was out-targeted by A.J. Brown, Adam Humphries and Delanie Walker on Thursday. On a more positive note, the team will shift to a dome setting for their Week 4 contest against Atlanta, which could result in a faster-paced game and more targets for Davis.
Davis caught three of five targets for 38 yards during Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Colts.
It was an improvement over Week 1's catchless debut, but not exactly a WR1-level performance for Davis against a division opponent as the Titans pass offense in general struggled. In 29 career contests, the 2017 fifth overall pick has just six games in which he's picked up more than 60 receiving yards. Next up is division rival Jacksonville on Thursday night.
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