Outlook for Titans’ Corey Davis

Titans first round draft pick Corey Davis is a real deal WR1.
Fantasy Football owners will love Davis for many years to come.
Tennessee selected Davis with the fifth overall pick of the 2017
NFL Draft
. Davis is a 6’3″ 209-pound freak who dominated the
college football ranks. Dynasty Fantasy Football league owners will
have to pick him very early in rookie drafts based on his college
production and pro potential. Davis’ detractors will say that he
did not play in a college football power conference. His numbers at
Western Michigan are nothing to take lightly, so please don’t
sleep, Son. Davis had three seasons with over 1,400 yards receiving
and he also put up two seasons with 90 plus receptions. Last season
Davis scored 19 touchdowns. He scored a remarkable 52 touchdowns in
his four year college career. This season in Tennessee, he will
join a much-improved receiving corps over what the Titans had last
season. Rishard Matthews was a Fantasy Football difference-maker
last season. Matthews and Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota had a
nice chemistry last season. The Titans scooped up Jets wide
receiver Eric Decker in the offseason. Before you make the mistake
of thinking Decker can be this team’s number one wideout, make sure
you check his profile in the Inside Injuries app. Yeah, it’s like
that. Delanie Walker could very well remain this team’s top option
in the passing game.

I believe Davis’ talent will win out and the rookie will be the
go-getter for Mariota. It’s much like I’m the go-getter for the
Fantasy Sports Network (FNTSY). A pair of Coreys will be getting it
done this year. The Titans will continue to be a run-first team, I
get it, but I want this type of talent on my Fantasy Football
roster. This year! Davis is going off the board as wide receiver 45
in National Fantasy Football Championship leagues. I love Davis as
a WR4 on Fantasy Football teams. If I love it, you should also.

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