The former No. 5-overall pick had the best season of his career (65-984-5 on 92 targets) and cashed in with a big deal from the Jets. He played at a 61-886-3.8 pace in 25 games with Ryan Tannehill at quarterback. Now he joins a new offense with a new (rookie) quarterback, so his No. 31 finish in 2020 is definitely in the rearview mirror. He’s currently the 54th receiver off the board, one spot after his rookie teammate, Elijah Moore. Davis will likely lead the Jets’ receivers in fantasy production if only because he’s due to see $12.5 million annually for the next three seasons.
Sep 17 · 6:32 PM EDT