Tennessee’s fifth-overall pick in the 2017 draft, Corey Davis, is struggling in his third season with the Titans. The third-year wide receiver out of Western Michigan shined in college with 331 receptions, 5,278 receiving yards, and 52 touchdowns in his career with the Broncos.
However, that same production that won the Titans over is not translating to the pros. In three seasons, Davis has 105 receptions, 1,348 receiving yards, and only four touchdowns.
But after a glimmer of hope last season when he recorded 65 receptions, 891 receiving yards, and his only four touchdowns of his NFL career, his production has gone stagnant.
So far this season, Davis has only six receptions, 82 receiving yards, and zero touchdowns.
Davis’ lack of production isn’t all on him, though. Mariota’s accuracy issues have also played a role in Davis’ inability to be effective on offense. Not to mention, Mariota has missed Davis being open on several occasions in the last two games.
His performance through three games this year has been underwhelming and disappointing for the offense, but he has plenty of room for improvement this season.