I could see Davis having a big year. He's a big bruising back. He's had the box stacked when he was in Washington, except last year. I think he could get 12-15 tds this year. All this should hold if he can stay healthy.
I think he'll have good year. Didn't Dee Brown get a hundred yards last year with that line. Also he has a coach that is committed to the run. I wouldn't worry about Foster at this point. I think a year from now Foster will cause problems, but not until then.
I would hold onto him for the year, and take your chances
Nuclear29 wrote:He's a good #2 back. He's on a running team with a great defense that will create short firlds for him. 12-14TD's with 1,300 yards.
As also noted above - he put up very strong numbers in WAS when he was their offensive centerpiece. I see no reason for you to try and trade him. Ive even heard some people believe he will finish as a top 5-10 RB by the end of the yr.
As was stated above, Davis had plenty of great, productive years in Washington when they weren't throwing it too well. He is, in my opinion, underappreciated and underrated. You should be happy to have him as your #2.