He's got the size, youth and had the appearance of a legitimate WR1 in fantasy. Instead, Davis finishes 2019 with 601 yards and two touchdowns on 43 receptions, all well below his 2018 production (65/891/4). He's yet to eclipse the 1,000 yard threshold and only has 1,867 yards and six touchdowns over his three years. At this rate, the Titans won't trigger their fifth-year option on the receiver, allowing him to enter free agency following the 2020 season. Davis, DLF's WR41, continues to lose value and he continues to flirt with the fantasy waiver wire, only his youth (24) buoying his ranking from further decline. Owners should hold onto Davis into his contract year and risk-on acquirers may consider a low-ball offer with the hope the light comes on for him in his fourth year.