Evan Reier of Heavy.com thinks so.
Outside of CeeDee Lamb, the Cowboys are actually pretty thin at the position. Brandin Cooks was a disappointment this season, and Michael Gallup has not been the same since tearing his ACL in January 2022. As a matter of fact, there is speculation that both Cooks and Gallup could be cap casualties.
Clearly, the Cowboys need some help at wide out, and Davis could end up being a solution.
Davis is certainly not a No. 1 receiver, but Dallas doesn’t need that. It already has an elite guy in Lamb. But Davis could end up slotting in alongside of him and wreaking havoc.
The 24-year-old, who played his collegiate football at the University of Central Florida, was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
He has consistently represented a big-play threat for the Bills all four of his seasons in the league thus far. This season, Davis caught 45 passes for 746 yards and seven touchdowns. While there are times where he is invisible (Davis had four no-catch outings in 2023), he also has games where he is electrifying, like in Week 15 when he logged four catches for 130 yards and a touchdown in a win over the Los Angeles Chargers.
Davis’ lack of consistency can be frustrating, but he would certainly represent an upgrade over what both Cooks and Gallup provided for the Cowboys this season.
Dak Prescott could absolutely use another receiver at his disposal, and Lamb could use the help, too.
Dallas went 12-5 this season, winning the NFC East division title. However, the Cowboys ended up getting embarrassed by the Green Bay Packers in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs, losing 48-32. They trailed 27-0 at halftime and scored most of their points during garbage time.
Jerry Jones’ club will need to make some changes this offseason, and perhaps bringing in a deep threat like Davis would be a good place to start.