The loss of Adams is a big one for the Jets but they drafted Davis in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft, a move that was seemingly a luxury at the time but one that has been rendered a necessity considering recent events. Davis will have to compete with Bradley McDouglald, received back in trade from Seattle in the trade that netted them Adams, and it will be no surprise if McDougald is the day-one starter at strong safety. His 75 starts at the position puts him in control of the battle, at least to start the season. Davis is known as a flexible player and the belief is that he'll see the field in 2020 and given a chance to quickly develop. It's not out of the question he wins the job outright though those odds seem long given 2020's atypical preseason.