Corey Davis, Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns
For a No. 1 receiver, Davis has underachieved thus far. Despite nearly doubling up his target numbers from his rookie season (65) to last year (112) he has yet to break 65 receptions or 900 yards. His touchdown numbers are also anemic at just four total and two 100-yard games. That was with a depleted receiving corps. Now he must contend with Delanie Walker back, rookie A.J. Brown, and free agent slot receiver Adam Humphries for targets. He’ll also draw top coverage again, like Denzel Ward of the Browns in Week 1. Marcus Mariota’s lackluster career has contributed but having tackle Taylor Lewan out will affect the passing game. There’s too many signs pointing to a sit recommendation in Week 1.