Corey Davis 2019 Fantasy Outlook

#27 WR Corey Davis 2019 Fantasy Outlook

Corey Davis (Titans)

6’3, 209 lbs

Corey Davis let down a ton of Fantasy owners last season. Everybody was predicting a breakout because Davis has nearly everything you want from a receiver from a physical standpoint. He was the 5th overall pick in the NFL draft for a reason. But Davis went too high in fantasy drafts to only produce 65 receptions for 891 yards, and 4 TDs and that affects the Corey Davis 2019 Fantasy Outlook


Davis’ numbers suffered because of an injury to the Titans’ Mariota throwing arm, not to mention catching passes from Blaine Gabbert. But that is also the reason for optimism. A healthy Mariota and Davis coming into just his 3rd year is screaming for better numbers.

It’s not all good news though as the Titans added receiver talent that will take away some targets. The team added slot receiver Adam Humphries, then drafted a polished receiver in A.J. Brown in the second round. The team also gets back Delanie Walker who only got in one game last season.

Davis is as gifted as they come. The 3rd year has historically been the year receivers breakout and Davis 891 in a “bad year”. His arrow is pointing up and he’s slipping because he burned owners last year.

Corey Davis 2019 Fantasy Outlook

Ceiling- 75 receptions, 1,100 yards, 8 TDs

Floor- 6o receptions, 950 yards, 5 TDs

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