it's trying the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. the reality is, based on the undescribed standards you have and little info you are basis your conclusion on, even we had prime megatron at WR you';d claim he was a borderline 2/3 WR due to being tackled at the 1 too often and being too tall to go over the middle. Then you make up random random stuff that makes literally 0 sense to double down on it. davis incosistent with tenn? that's a joke. his lack of yards was due to a run 1st offense. he was a great blocker (part of the reason JD wanted him for this system) as well as had the highest catch rate in the NFL and highest 3rd down conversion rate in the NFL. he was the only player in the NFL last year in the top 25 in yards that did it with less then 100 targets. over 75% of his catches went for 1st downs, over 50% of the time the ball was thrown to him, it went for a 1st down. his drop% was 3.3 which was lower then guys like kupp, thielan, diggs, ridley, metcalf, tyreke hill, mike evans, tyler locket, aj brown, lamb, and a whole bunch more. how in the world is that inconsistent? on top of that, realistically a WR1 is set by the filed. anyone in the top 32 WRs would be a WR1 by definition which can vary from year to year. by you saying that davis is a WR3 you are essentially saying that at minimum there are 64WRs better then him and up to 95WRs better then him. On top of that he isn't paid as someone about to breakout in their prime. galladay was paid that way. davis is paid as a solid WR2. the same core is going to be split up but yes i'm suggesting that moore and davis are fine at the 1 and 2 spot and they idea that you can predict injuries is insane. davis has never missed time. not counting his rookie eyar he's only missed 3 games in 3 years with tenn. him missing 8 games with us this year is a fluke not an expected outcome.