The Facts: Davis scored his first two NFL touchdowns in the team's playoff game against the Patriots, but injuries kept him from taking flight until the second half of the 2017 season. "I think at the end of the day the key for him is to get himself healthy, so he can go out and show the talent that he has," new Titans WRs coach Rob Moore said of Davis. "I think once he gets that done everything will kind of take care of itself. At the end of the day it comes down to discipline, focus, and really doing all the intangible things that he is going to need to get done to be the player he wants to be."
Diehards Line: Davis was bothered by a hamstring injury through the first half of the year. It hampered his development, but the first-round pick began to come on late in the year, despite some route-running and timing issues. Davis had 34 catches for 375 yards as a rookie and his continuing development along with that of Marcus Mariota will be a primary focus on the new staff.