Corey Davis, WR
People are really concerned about Corey Davis not getting a catch in Week 1 and I promise, I completely understand. However, I think a lot of that is based on how well A.J. Brown was doing combined with the coverage that Davis was getting.
It is important to remember that last week the Tennessee Titans had to face Myles Garrett, Olivier Vernon, Larry Ogunjobi, and Sheldon Richardson. Those 4 alone accounted for 30.5 sacks in 2018, which was more than 3 entire teams. Oh yea, and the Titans had to do that with their 2nd string left tackle and their 2nd/3rd string right guard.
Hopefully the Colts defense without Jabaal Sheard and Kemoko Turay on the EDGE should be easier to drop back and pass against this week. Which could mean less max protect, heavy formations and more spreading the ball out.
If we want to compare him to what the Colts allowed boundary WRs to do last week, they allowed Keenan Allen, Mike Williams and Dontrelle Inman (who came in when Williams got hurt) 11 catches on 13 targets for 150+ yards and a TD.
Even if A.J. Brown and Corey Davis split those numbers down the middle, that would conservatively be 5 catches each for 75 yards.
If those two get close to those numbers it will have been a successful day with how people should be expecting Derrick Henry to do this weekend.