What went right: Davis had another good season, proving that he was well worth the draft picks sent to Miami. This season wasn’t nearly up to the level of 2014, but he finished with four interceptions and 16 passes defended. He was far and away the Colts best corner last season, and that isn’t just because the other corners were a trainwreck.
What went wrong: Davis gave up a few touchdowns this season and seemed to struggle in the red zone. More than once Davis had to leave the field with an injury and take a few plays off. He managed to play through it but it didn’t feel like he was 100 percent all that often this season. Davis’ recovery speed seemed to take a hit this year which could easily be explained by a minor injury of some sort.
Offseason expectations: Davis is still on a very favorable contract and will be one of the better defenders on the roster next season. The best the Colts can hope for is that he’s fully healthy by training camp. There isn’t anything that Davis needs to work on, he just needs to be healthy to return to his 2014 form.
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