Gabe Davis Fantasy Stats

#0 WR  |  Jacksonville Jaguars
Healthy

Height / Weight 6'2"  /  210 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Apr 1, 1999 (25)
Experience 5 seasons
Drafted 2020  /  Rd. 4  /  Pk. 128   (BUF)
College Central Florida

Season Stats

RECEIVING RUSHING FUMBLES
SEASON TEAM GP REC TGTS YDS TD LONG YDS/TGT YDS/REC ATT YDS AVG TD LOST FPTS/G FPTS
2020BUF1635625997569.717.1100.00108.6136.9
2021BUF1635635496498.715.7000007.9125.9
2022BUF1548938367989.017.40001111.4171.6
2023BUF1745817467579.216.61-2-2.00119.5161.4
Career 64 163 299 2730 27 98 9.1 16.7 2 -2 -1.0 0 3 2 9.3 595.8

Game Log

RECEIVING RUSHING FUMBLES
WK DATE TEAM OPP REC TGTS YDS TD LONG YDS/TGT YDS/REC ATT YDS AVG TD LOST FPTS
1Sep 11, 2023BUFNYJ24320268.016.0000005.2
2Sep 17, 2023BUFLV679214013.115.30000021.2
3Sep 24, 2023BUFWAS14351358.835.01-2-2.000010.3
4Oct 1, 2023BUFMIA336113420.320.30000015.1
5Oct 8, 2023BUFJAX6810012912.516.70000022.0
6Oct 15, 2023BUFNYG3421095.27.0000113.1
7Oct 22, 2023BUFNE156061.26.0000001.6
8Oct 26, 2023BUFTB912871167.29.70000023.7
9Nov 5, 2023BUFCIN020000.0000000.0
10Nov 13, 2023BUFDEN26560389.328.0000009.6
11Nov 19, 2023BUFNYJ00000000000.0
12Nov 26, 2023BUFPHI6121051258.817.50000022.5
14Dec 10, 2023BUFKC020000.0000000.0
15Dec 17, 2023BUFDAL010000.0000000.0
16Dec 23, 2023BUFLAC4613015721.732.50000023.0
17Dec 31, 2023BUFNE23210157.010.5000004.1
18Jan 7, 2024BUFMIA020000.0000000.0

Jaguars Depth Chart

QB

Trevor Lawrence

Mac Jones

RB

Travis Etienne Jr.

D'Ernest Johnson

Keilan Robinson

Tank Bigsby

LWR

Christian Kirk

Devin Duvernay

RWR

Brian Thomas Jr.

Tim Jones

SWR

Gabe Davis

Parker Washington

Joshua Cephus

TE

Evan Engram

Luke Farrell

Brenton Strange

LT

Cam Robinson

Walker Little

LG

Ezra Cleveland

Tyler Shatley

C

Mitch Morse

Luke Fortner

RG

Brandon Scherff

Cooper Hodges

RT

Anton Harrison

Javon Foster

FS

Andre Cisco

Daniel Thomas

LDE

Travon Walker

Yasir Abdullah

Myles Cole

LDT

Roy Robertson-Harris

DaVon Hamilton

Jordan Jefferson

RDT

Arik Armstead

Maason Smith

Jeremiah Ledbetter

RDE

Joshua Hines-Allen

Trevis Gipson

LOLB

Devin Lloyd

Ventrell Miller

MLB

Foyesade Oluokun

Ty Summers

ROLB

Chad Muma

Caleb Johnson

LCB

Ronald Darby

Deantre Prince

SS

Antonio Johnson

Terrell Edmunds

Andrew Wingard

RCB

Tyson Campbell

Montaric Brown

NB

Darnell Savage

Jarrian Jones

Gabe Davis News

Gabe Davis  • WR  •  Jaguars

Gabe Davis Should Be Cleared For Training Camp

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said that wide receiver Gabe Davis (knee) should be cleared for training camp this summer. The same can be said for defensive lineman Arik Armstead (knee), who is also recovering from a knee injury this offseason. Davis signed a three-year, $39 million deal with the Jaguars in March after spending the first four years of his career with the Buffalo Bills. The 25-year-old deep threat had at least six touchdowns in all four of his seasons in the league, but he's been extremely inconsistent and finished 2023 with 45 catches for 746 yards in 17 regular-season games. Davis will be locked in as a starter in a very capable Jacksonville offense, but he'll be competing for targets with Christian Kirk, first-rounder Brian Thomas and tight end Evan Engram and will likely continue to be a boom-or-bust fantasy asset at wide receiver.
Jun 3   
Gabe Davis  • WR  •  Jaguars

Gabe Davis Working Through Knee Injury

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said that wide receiver Gabe Davis (knee) is working through an injury, so the team hasn't been able to see much from him yet after adding him in free agency this offseason. Davis missed the postseason last year with the Buffalo Bills due to a knee injury that he suffered in the Week 18 season finale against the Miami Dolphins, and apparently it's still an issue. While we don't expect the injury to keep him from participating in training camp or being ready for the start of the 2024 season, it's bad news for a player looking to learn a new offense in Jacksonville. The 25-year-old is another strong offensive situation in Jacksonville, but he'll face competition for targets from Christian Kirk and Brian Thomas and tight end Evan Engram, likely making him a boom/bust fantasy option yet again.
May 10   
Gabe Davis  • WR  •  Jaguars

Jaguars View Gabe Davis As "Swiss Army Knife"

The Jacksonville Jaguars believe that new wide receiver Gabe Davis can do a lot of different things in their offense in 2024. "Gabe is, to me, like a Swiss Army knife. He can obviously run routes, the guy is right around 81-82 targets a year for the last four years if you average them out. He's a big part of the offense in Buffalo," head coach Doug Pederson said about Davis. The 25-year-old averaged 87 targets the last two years in Buffalo and caught 163 passes for 2,730 yards (26.7 yards per catch) and 27 touchdowns in four years with the Bills. With Calvin Ridley now with the Titans, the Jags will have to make up for the 136 targets he drew in 2023. Davis has big-play ability, but he'll be competing for targets with Christian Kirk, Zay Jones and Evan Engram and probably is going to be a boom-or-bust fantasy wideout again in 2024 with his new team.
Apr 3   
Gabe Davis  • WR  •  Jaguars

Gabe Davis Signing With Jaguars

Former Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis is signing what is expected to be a three-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to a source. This will officially close the book on the Jaguars re-signing Calvin Ridley, who is also a free agent this offseason. In Jacksonville, Davis will join Christian Kirk and Zay Jones in starting three-wide sets, giving him plenty of fantasy upside. However, the 24-year-old former fourth-round pick of the Bills in 2020 out of Central Florida is as boom-or-bust as they come for fantasy purposes, and that probably isn't going to change much in his new home. Davis missed both of Buffalo's playoff games and finished the regular season with 45 receptions for 746 yards and a career-high tying seven touchdowns. He has scored at least six TDs in each of his four NFL seasons, but consistency has been an issue and he has a tendency to disappear completely.
Mar 11   
Gabe Davis  • WR  •  Bills

Gabe Davis Could Be Pushed Out Of Buffalo

Buffalo Bills impending free-agent wide receiver Gabe Davis could be pushed off the roster this offseason, according to The Athletic's Joe Buscaglia. The Bills have long been admirers of Davis' talent, but he's likely to receive the biggest contract of any Bills free agent in March, and he's already stated he intends to test the open market. He's only 25, and it wouldn't be a surprise if Davis received a deal topping what Jakobi Meyers got last offseason ($11 million APY). The hefty price tag, coupled with Davis' on-field inconsistency in 2023, is expected to push him off the roster in 2024. Davis failed to provide the big-play option opposite Stefon Diggs that Buffalo needed late in the year. He finished with seven touchdowns but disappeared more often than not and didn't even play in either of the team's two playoff games due to a knee injury.
Feb 23   
Gabe Davis  • WR  •  Bills

Gabe Davis Expects To Reach Free Agency

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis said he expects to reach free agency in March. He also said he'd be open to re-signing with the Bills, but also noted how the whole 2023 season went "and there was nothing" in terms of extension talks. Davis missed both of the team's playoff games due to a sprained PCL he suffered in the Week 18 win over the Miami Dolphins and disappeared far too frequently during the regular season for the Bills to be thrilled to offer him a new contract for 2024 and beyond. The 24-year-old has proven to be an unpredictable boom/bust fantasy wideout, finishing this past season with 45 catches for 746 yards and a career-high-tying seven touchdowns in 17 games. Davis has scored at least six touchdowns in all four of his NFL seasons, but leaving Buffalo would be bad news for his already shaky touchdown-dependent fantasy value.
Jan 22   
Gabe Davis  • WR  •  Bills

Gabe Davis Won't Play Against Chiefs

Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said that wide receiver Gabe Davis (knee) will not play in the Divisional Round playoff game on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. Davis will miss his second straight playoff game after spraining the PCL in his knee in the Week 18 win over the Miami Dolphins. Davis' absence didn't really make a difference in the easy wild-card win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, but it could be a factor against a strong Chiefs secondary this weekend. With the 24-year-old sidelined again, Khalil Shakir, who had three catches for 31 yards and a touchdown against Pittsburgh, should be more involved again and will be a consideration as a low-cost DFS play at the receiver position. Tight ends Dalton Kincaid and Dawson Knox should be more involved as well.
Jan 19   
Gabe Davis  • WR  •  Bills

Gabe Davis Misses Another Practice

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis (knee) missed his second straight practice this week on Thursday. Davis suffered a PCL sprain in the Week 18 win over the Miami Dolphins, missed practice all of last week and didn't play in the wild-card win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday. The 24-year-old is now trending toward missing his second straight playoff game unless he can get back on the practice field on Friday. If he practices on Friday and is active on Sunday, he'll be a pretty risky DFS lineup option against a stout Kansas City Chiefs secondary in the Divisional Round. Khalil Shakir, who had three catches for 31 yards and a touchdown in the win over Pittsburgh, will be worth DFS consideration again at a low cost of $3,800 at DraftKings if Davis is out again this weekend.
Jan 18   
Gabe Davis  • WR  •  Bills

Gabe Davis Won't Practice On Wednesday

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis (knee) will not practice with the team on Wednesday as they begin preparations for their Divisional Round clash against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Davis suffered a PCL sprain in the Week 18 win over the Miami Dolphins and was held out of the wild-card win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday. The Bills are calling the 24-year-old wideout day-to-day for now, but a DNP to open the practice week isn't exactly a good sign. Davis will need to get back on the practice field on Thursday or Friday to have a shot at facing the Chiefs. If Davis does play, he'll be a lower-cost boom/bust DFS option against a Chiefs secondary that has been very stingy against opposing receivers this year. Khalil Shakir had three catches for 31 yards and a touchdown in the win over the Steelers on Monday with Davis sidelined.
Jan 17   
Gabe Davis  • WR  •  Bills

Gabe Davis Considered Day-To-Day

Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott considers wide receiver Gabe Davis (knee) to be day-to-day heading into this Sunday's Divisional Round contest against the Kansas City Chiefs. Davis suffered a PCL sprain in the Week 18 win over the Miami Dolphins and was forced to sit out of the wild-card victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday. The 24-year-old's practice status will be worth watching closely this week. He was a boom/bust fantasy option in 2023 lineups with 45 total catches for 746 yards and seven touchdowns on 81 targets. With Davis out against Pittsburgh, Khalil Shakir was the biggest beneficiary as the No. 2 wideout with three catches for 31 yards and a touchdown. If Davis returns this weekend, he'll be a risky DFS play with a scary low floor against a solid Chiefs defense.
Jan 17   
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