The Tennessee Titans have plenty of offensive adjustments to make during the bye week, but the most significant one could be the return of rookie receiver Corey Davis.
The Titans' fifth overall pick has been a key missing cog over the five weeks as he sat with a hamstring injury. All signs point to him coming back Week 9 vs. the Baltimore Ravens. Titans coach Mike Mularkey got perky while discussing his return, saying Davis will make "a big difference."
"He did some really good things in his one game, with no prior game experience," Mularkey said speaking to Davis' six catches for 69 yards in his lone full NFL game. "We should be better if we can get him back."
Davis is a popular name in regard to a roster stash until he's up to speed. The story went on to say Davis needs to be the starter opposite Matthews, and that the return of Davis shouldn't mean a demotion for Taylor, the team's best deep threat.