One of the points made is that even though the Bills have a WR1 in Stefon Diggs, Davis will still see a lot of targets as the teams second option. With Diggs drawing the focus of opposing defenses, there should be plenty of one-on-one matchups for Davis to exploit to his advantage. We saw this in the divisional game last year where Davis had eight catches for 201 yards and four touchdowns compared to Diggswho had three catches for seven yards.
You have to remember that last season, Emmanuel Sanders took a lot of snaps away from Davis. Davis still had a solid regular season with 35 catches on 63 targets and six touchdowns, but its expected those numbers will go up in the 2022 season. Even with the limited action, Davis ranked 22nd last season in the NFL when it came to targets in the red zone. One of the go-to plays is that post/slant to the middle of the field that Josh Allen loves to throw to Davis for six.