3. Corey Davis, Titans (2 Points)
Another wide receiver in the AFC South who is entering his third NFL season is Corey Davis of the Tennessee Titans, and he too, like the aforementioned Dede Westbrook, can make an offensive unit exciting if given the proper help around him.
Davis was the leading receiver for the Titans in 2018 with 65 receptions (112 targets) for 891 yards and four touchdowns. Davis also averaged 13.7 yards per reception last season and caught passes that helped the team gain 47 first downs, including a season-high 51-yard reception against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 30.
This past season, Davis had six games of at least five receptions, including a season-high nine receptions in the game against the Eagles, where he caught those nine passes (15 targets) for 161 yards and one touchdown.
In his second NFL season, Davis also had another 100-plus yard receiving game, with his second one Nov. 11 against the New England Patriots where he caught seven passes (10 targets) for 125 yards and one touchdown.
The consistency of Davis dropped a bit in December, where in five games he didn’t have a receiving game of 50 or more yards and in the final four weeks of the regular season failed to catch a touchdown.
Davis for his career had 99 receptions for 1,266 yards and four touchdowns in a total of 27 games. Davis isn’t up to the level of play that the Top 2 wide receivers play at, but that’s expected as he’s still learning the NFL level, and to be honest, the Top 2 wide receivers on this list are two of the very best in the NFL.