Titans beat writer Travis Haney: "I think Corey Davis is going to shine this season as a potential WR1. He pushed 1,000 yards last season even with tons of injuries all around him. He also had very little cover as the team’s primary target once Delanie Walker went down in the opener; teams could just focus on shutting him down."
With Delanie Walker back from injury and the addition of Adam Humphries and rookie A.J. Brown, things should open up for Corey Davis this season in Tennessee. However, despite having one of the largest target shares in the league, Davis ended as WR27 in 2018. If Marcus Mariota is indeed healthy he should sling the ball more in 2019, but until we see more from Davis, he is still projected to be WR31, with a mid-round price tag.