The Facts: The game slowed down for Davis in 2018, and he was able to play faster. As a result, Davis doubled his production output, and became the team’s top playmaker at the receiver position. Now, he’s looking to take things up a few more notches in 2019. “Last year I was able to catch the rhythm, and was able to go out there and be confident, play fast,” Davis said on Wednesday. “Hopefully this year it slows down a lot more. I just have to keep working."
Diehards Line:Davis, the fifth overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, finished the 2018 season with 65 catches for 891 yards and four touchdowns. He caught the game-winning touchdown in overtime in the team’s win over the Eagles, and he caught another game-winning touchdown pass in the team’s win over the Jets. Along the way, he developed even greater chemistry with quarterback Marcus Mariota. “Me and Marcus, our chemistry is growing every day, and it’s continuing to grow,” Davis said. “Our job is to get open and catch the ball. ... Our chemistry is looking good and continuing to grow.” Since last season, the Titans have more weapons around Davis. The Titans signed veteran Adam Humphries, and drafted A.J. Brown in the second round of the NFL Draft. Davis knows tight end Delanie Walker’s return will help the offense a well and now hhe wants to take his game to another level. “Obviously I just want to get better at every aspect of the game – playing faster, (staying) healthy so I can go out there and help the team out,” Davis said. That last point -- staying healthy -- will be key.