RotoWorld has named Marcus Mariota as one of the biggest winners from a fantasy football perspective coming off the 2017 NFL Draft. The whole write-up is good, but you have to love what they had to say about Corey Davis:
A true No. 1 receiver was needed in Tennessee. Mariota was a top-12 fantasy quarterback last season and has gotten an upgrade to his supporting cast with an alpha-male No. 1 wideout in Davis. He stands 6’3/209 but moves great for his size and dominated after the catch in college, drawing some Michael Thomas and Keenan Allen comparisons coming out of Western Michigan. The Titans were No. 1 in the NFL in red-zone offense last season, but that was mostly due to DeMarco Murray in the backfield and Delanie Walker down the seams. Davis adds another dimension that gives Mariota plenty of options. Entering his third year in the league, expect the Titans to push Mariota and add more to his plate. I'd feel extremely comfortable heading into the year with Mariota as my QB1.
The Titans have never had a dominant wide receiver. They have had some really good players like Derrick Mason and Kenny Britt at times, but Davis has the ability to truly be special. With all of the issues this team has had with receivers, it is really fun to think about that possibility.