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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Dman5TX, May 4, 2021.
Did you stop reading after the first sentence?
Reynolds is not the same caliber as Davis at least not by stats this far...hopefully the new opportunity let's him contribute more than with LAR
Rec Yds Avg TD
113 1450 12.8 9
207 2851 13.8 11
I think the fact that they were both free agents and one signed for 3 years, $37.5m and the other signed for 1 year, 1.75m tells you something.
Ya'll dont think CD being our forced number 1 or at worst number 2 WR his whole career doesnt explain the differences there?
If Reynolds had been number 1/2 WR on his team his whole career would his stats be better? If he had the same amount of targets as CD would those numbers be really close?
Why is it Reynolds has the low stats he has but has almost as many TDs as CD?
so yeah, I am still going to say Reynolds replaces CD without any drop off.
Or CD got way overpaid and we stole Reynolds.
I would say it is definitely possible. There is a rational argument for it. We can’t know if it is true. Only time will tell.
Corey Davis - 92 targets, 984 yards
Josh Reynolds - 81 targets, 618 yards.
I suppose it is possible that Reynolds could have had a 400 yard game, if he had played another game.
Listening to some of you, you would think CD was a probowler or something.
No doubt he played his best ball last season.. Of course he ended it by falling off the map and going back to what he has been for the 3 seasons prior.
But, even you have to say (if you are telling the truth), 1.75mil for 618 yards with less targets beats the hell out of that ridiculous contract for CD to get a few hundred more yards and fall off the map when he was needed the most.
And it was a contract year to boot.
Davis was a WR1 and WR2. Reynolds has been a WR3/4. Hard to compare stats with those different situations.
Reynolds was behind Woods and Kupp too so it’s not like he wasn’t starting because he wasn’t good.