By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special contributor

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans lack a true playmaker at receiver and that must change to improve the offensive in 2019.

Corey Davis was drafted No. 5 overall in 2017. He has proved to be a solid possession type receiver, but not a playmaker. He has good size, frame, strength and solid speed but that package doesn’t translate to being a difference-maker on the field.DavisPatriots

He is a solid receiver versus man coverage, he has a good feel for using his strength to run routes when pressed. Against zone coverage, he is lost at times, doesn’t run the correct depth, runs into coverage and stays covered up and doesn’t find the open spots against the zone coverage.

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