Mailbag: What will successful rookie seasons for Corey Davis, Taywan Taylor and Jonnu Smith look like?

PK: He may not play at all. If he does, I'd set the over under right at 3.5. And I might take the under.

PK: Yeah, I think that's about right, maybe more 70-30. If the Titans are holding a lead in the fourth quarter, I think we could see more of Henry in the 4:00 offense, a fresh bruiser with whom they try to get some first downs and milk the clock.

PK: Honestly, I stink at predicting numbers. That's for fantasy experts, and I am not sure how good many of them are at it either, particularly in a situation like this one, with so many options. To me, it'll be a good season for Davis if he starts a good share of games and is top four on the team in targets. It'll be a good season for Taylor if he plays more than 60 percent of the snaps as the slot receiver. And it'll be a good season for Smith if he's regularly working as the second tight end ahead of Supernaw or anyone else but Delanie Walker. How's that?

PK: No. I think a third quarterback is a luxury they can't afford. There is a significant gap between Matt Cassel and Alex Tanney and I don't think Tanney makes it. There is an even bigger gap between Tanney and Ferguson, who probably isn't really good enough to be on a 90-man roster. And that is being polite, frankly.

PK: Well the only other press box that is as well-located as Nissan Stadium's is in Baltimore, and I can often find a hotel close enough to be able to walk, weather permitting. I like Lucas Oil Stadium because I can walk there from any hotel downtown, but the pressbox is sky high. Seattle is a really cool stadium and no one's ever not enjoyed covering a game at Lambeau. Press boxes in the corner of the stadium aren't my favorite. Gillette Stadium is like that, and it's far from either Providence or Boston. I still enjoy going there, but it's hardly the most convenient and I don't get the best view.

PK: That nearly all the tickets are gone to the first two home games is showing that the city is supporting them, not the opposite. It's been a long time since the stadium could claim to be full. Nashville is very, very behind this team right now. Music City is filled with giant expectations.

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