1. Corey Davis will go for 100 yards and a TD
The 2019 season didn’t go the way we thought it would for Titans wide receiver, Corey Davis.
Instead of him emerging as a true No. 1 receiver and taking that next step in his career, Davis took a backseat to rookie wide receiver A.J. Brown, who is the clear-cut No. 1 wideout on Tennessee.
Davis had a few good games over the course of the season (Week 4 at Atlanta, Week 7 vs. Los Angeles) but has been mostly quiet and and failed to surpass his yardage output from a season ago. He has also yet to break 100 yards in any game in 2019.
But that will change in this Wild Card game.
The Patriots will undoubtedly key in on stopping Brown, which will force quarterback Ryan Tannehill to look to his No. 2 receiver. Davis will gobble up the extra targets and turn them into his best game of the season at the right time.
Davis has had success against the Pats before. In the aforementioned Divisional Round game two years ago, he totaled 63 yards and two scores, and in the regular season game in 2018 he burned cornerback Stephon Gilmore for 124 yards and a touchdown.
The former No. 5 overall pick has the Pats’ number, and that will continue on Saturday night.