Titans receiver Corey Davis showed why he’s the team’s No. 1 receiver during Monday night’s game against the Broncos.
Traditionally, No. 1 wideouts are big, physical targets, and Davis sure fits that mold. He’s six-foot-three and has great leaping ability. And, most importantly, he’s developed great chemistry with quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Davis showed just how strong he is during one particular play in the second quarter of the game, on a 23-yard catch-and-run. But it was what he did at the end of the play that fans took note of, as he stiff-armed Broncos safety Kareem Jackson to the ground.
Davis clearly won that exchange.