• Corey Davis
  • WR
  • , Tennessee Titans
  • 24
  • 209 lbs
  • 6' 3"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Davis finished as the No. 27 receiver in his sophomore season, catching 65 passes for 891 yards and four touchdowns on 112 targets. He’s one of 12 receivers since 2000 who have posted 800 to 1,000 yards in their age 23 sophomore season. The other 11 receivers increased their per game targets by 10%, their receptions by 8%, their yards by 5% and their touchdowns by 11%. Applying those increases to Davis’s sophomore production results in a 70-catch, 936-yard, 4.4-touchdown season. That sort of production would have resulted in a high-end WR3/low-end WR2 finish in each of the last two years. On the negative side, the Titans added quite a bit to their passing game this offseason, signing Adam Humphries and drafting A.J. Brown. Delanie Walker is also returning, so Davis’s targets could get pinched.

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Scouting report

by Dale Lolley

TEN WR Corey Davis - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Corey Davis could be a guy primed for a breakout as he enters his third season, one that has been magical for many receivers. He's an unquestioned No. 1 target, as his team-best 112 targets from a year ago would suggest. And that number should only increase. Davis was the fifth pick in the draft three years ago, so the pedigree is there for a breakout year.

Fantasy Downside
Can Tennessee's offense be creative enough to get Davis 130 or more targets? And can Marcus Mariota pull out of his career nose dive to make Davis a fantasy stud? Those are things beyond Davis' control.

2019 Bottom Line
Davis was a solid No. 3 fantasy receiver last season, producing 65 catches for 891 yards and four scores. He should better all of those numbers in 2019. He had just four games with double-digit targets in 2018, but produced a pair of 100-yard games and had 28 combined catches in those four contests. But he also had six games with five or fewer targets. The Titans have to find a happy medium there and get him the ball more. His ADP is currently between Rounds 8 and 10, which puts him in WR4 conversation, but he could be much better than that. If he's your WR4, you're very happy.

2019 Strength of Schedule - TEN
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
4
@CLE
6
IND
1
@JAX
20
@ATL
5
BUF
13
@DEN
2
LAC
29
TB
15
@CAR
28
KC
BYE1
JAX
6
@IND
18
@OAK
30
HOU
25
NO
30
@HOU

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2018 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1@MIA66201310.330000-6.212.263/6991.3%
2HOU5550711.000000-5.510.548/5981.4%
3@JAX2340417.000000-3.45.452/6283.9%
4PHI916111517.890000-22.131.160/7184.5%
5@BUF4490612.250000-4.98.949/5490.7%
6BAL1240424.000000-2.43.438/4486.4%
7@LAC310073.330000-1.04.061/7185.9%
8BYE--------------
9@DAL6560109.3314004.006.012.065/7092.9%
10NE712511017.860000-18.525.559/6590.8%
11@IND2300415.001-100-1.002.94.958/6392.1%
12@HOU4961424.001390039.0019.523.553/5596.4%
13NYJ3421714.001120012.0011.414.465/6895.6%
14JAX2210310.5010000.002.14.150/6083.3%
15@NYG3330611.000000-3.36.365/7092.9%
16WAS3450515.0011001.004.67.649/5687.5%
17IND548079.600000-4.89.838/4977.6%
Per game4.0655.690.257.0013.710.383.44009.177.4111.4854.56/61.6388.31%
Totals65891411213.71655009.17118.6183.6873/98688.31%