2. Corey Davis
Corey Davis slander will not be tolerated here, however it is probably more than likely that the Tennessee Titans are going to decline to pick up his 5th-year option.
In a more pass-heavy offense and with some sort of offensive consistency over the course of his career, there is a chance that Davis would be thought of as a top-20 receiver in the NFL. We are just over a year away from talking about how the fact that the Titans couldn’t get Corey Davis 1,000 yards was a fireable offense for Marcus Mariota.
Now he is going to have a chance to practice with his QB in a familiar offense for the first time in his entire career and he is going to draw favorable coverage with all eyes on Derrick Henry and A.J. Brown.
Stop thinking about Davis as a top-5 pick as start thinking about him as a WR2 who has been a key blocker in so many of Derrick Henry’s game-breaking runs.
Is he worth $10 million per year? Probably not based off of what we have seen to this point. However, he has a chance this year to show that he can be a WR that takes advantage of good situations and that is a player worth re-signing after the end of the season.
If he doesn’t do that, then I think we all expect the Titans to move on and allow Davis to pick his landing post in a pass-heavy offense that can afford to give him more volume.