News: 2 days agoDavis brought in all three targets for 61 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' 48-20 win over the Dolphins on Sunday.
Spin: Davis saw fellow wideout Stefon Diggs steal the spotlight with a 6-120-3 line on the day, but it was actually the former that scored the first six of Buffalo's 48 points on an 18-yard touchdown grab to cap off the first drive of the afternoon. Davis added another pair of catches and now has found the end zone in three consecutive contests heading into a Week 5 game against the Jaguars in London.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Davis entered the 2022 season well positioned for a huge breakout in Buffalo's high-scoring, pass-heavy offense. It simply didn't happen. As expected, Davis was promoted into an every-down role opposite Stefon Diggs, but he was pigeonholed into a situational deep-threat role (his 15.4 aDOT and 17.4 YPR both ranked second in the league), which led to a weak 6.2 targets per game and a horrific 52% catch rate. Davis also led the league with nine drops and has yet to reach 50 catches or eight TDs in a season. The latter is a bit surprising considering he has 35 end zone targets (sixth-most among all players) since he was drafted in 2020. The 24-year-old's role will allow the occasional big game but also a ton of duds, and his 2022 output has serious Marquez Valdes-Scantling vibes. There's some post-hype sleeper appeal here, but Davis is worth no more than a bench spot.