I think we will see what we were expecting from Davis before his knee injury which slowed him down last year. The big feller is going to be hard to handle.
ESPN + wrote:
Raekwon Davis, DThttps://www.espn.com/nfl/insider/story/ ... tlooks#MIA
PFF grade in 2021: 36.5
What went wrong: Davis suffered a minor knee injury in Week 1 last season that kept him out for four weeks. After splitting time in the A-gap and B-gap as a rookie, Davis played far more nose tackle in 2021. The 6-foot-7 defensive tackle struggled mightily to stay low against frequent center-guard double-teams at that size. His run-defense grade dropped from 66.8 in 2020 to 36.1. -- PFF
Outlook for 2022: Davis' relative ineffectiveness was somewhat overshadowed by the emergence of Christian Wilkins and Zach Sieler as a formidable interior duo. Cutting some weight in the offseason and a reenergized locker room should have Davis in position to succeed in 2022. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques