Follow this tracker for all the latest updates on the status of Tennessee Titans wide receiver Corey Davis for Week 10.
Things are not looking good for the status of Tennessee Titans wide receiver Corey Davis ahead of the Week 10 home game against the Kansas City Chiefs. If for some reason you were planning on starting Davis in fantasy, it might be a good idea to have an alternative ready.
Follow this tracker for all the latest updates.
UPDATE: Sunday, November 10th at 9:21 a.m. CST
Corey Davis will reportedly sit out in Week 10 against the Chiefs.
This isn’t much of a surprise. Davis was originally listed as doubtful and players rarely suit up with that designation. Davis’ status was also cemented by the fact that the Titans added wide receiver Cody Hollister to the practice squad on Saturday.
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UPDATE: Friday, November 8th at 3:11 p.m. CST
Davis is doubtful for Week 10, which means he’s very unlikely to play.
If you planned on starting Davis, you’ll need to find an alternative.
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After popping up on the injury report on Wednesday with a hip issue and sitting out practice, Davis did not practice once again on Thursday, according to the Titans’ official injury report.
Davis’ addition to the injury report on Wednesday did come as a surprise.
We didn’t see him come down with any kind of noticeable injury during the Week 9 loss to the Carolina Panthers. The former No. 5 overall pick played 58 snaps on Sunday, which was the most for any Titans offensive player outside of the offensive linemen and quarterback.
While Davis missing Sunday’s contest would no doubt hurt the Titans, fantasy owners should be able to overcome his possibly being ruled inactive. If you are depending on Davis for anything more than a bye week fill-in at this point, you’re probably already in trouble.
Davis has been a major disappointment in 2019, whether we’re talking about fantasy football or real life. Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith has failed miserably at getting him involved, as Davis saw just one target until late in the fourth quarter last week.
Should Davis be forced to sit out in what is a matchup against the Chiefs that presents shootout potential, fellow wideout A.J. Brown would get a bump and could soak up some extra targets.
We’ll know more about Davis’ status once Friday’s injury report is released, and we’ll post the update right here once it is. For now, it isn’t looking good.