Davis has been one of the many wide receivers on a roster full of them, so he hasn’t gotten too much time with the offense in game situations. When he was called upon however, he did performed decently well.
Against Atlanta, with both Randall Cobb and Ty Montgomery out, Davis joined Jeff Janis and Geronimo Allison in immediately getting thrust into a ton of usage. He wasn’t perfect out there, but he put up 3 catches, 24 yards, and a TD in 36 snaps to help Green Bay stay close in one of the few games where the offense has seemed to be on-point for more than a couple drives.
Davis cannot be judged just off of his receiving talents, however.
The biggest part of his contributions this season have been on the punt return unit. He has been the main player used for the punt returns all year, and though he hasn’t made huge gains often, he has shown explosive ability. In that Atlanta game, to go with his wide receiver production he also added in a huge 55 yard return — helping give the Packers a very short field on one of a handful of scoring drives.
With the glut of receiving talent around him, Davis may not get to see much of the field with the offense as the season goes along; he will get chances here and there however, and we could see a few nice showings mixed in.
He’ll continue to be a threat in the return game regardless though, and that is what you should watch for most with him.