Redskins tight end Fred Davis reeled-in his only target of Saturday's preseason game versus the Bills and turned it into a 31-yard reception.
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The catch near the sideline set the team up for a first-and-goal situation that was cashed-in with an ensuing touchdown connection between Rex Grossman and Pierre Garcon. Davis' catch to set this up has been a theme when he's seen game action, catching four passes for 52 yards and a touchdown on limited snaps.
Davis was on pace for 61 catches and 832 yards before going down Week 7 with a torn Achilles tendon, and hasn't shown any signs of being hampered by the injury this preseason. The limited action is precautionary, and should Davis log a full season under his belt, he could benefit greatly from a read-option offense that freezes linebackers along the seam. Redskins tight ends certainly moved the chains and scored at efficient rates
, now the biggest obstacle is volume. Davis is currently being drafted in the 12th round, and a player like him with TE1 upside would be an absolute steal at that draft position.
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