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There is no bigger waste of talent in the NFL right now.
Despite having the speed of a wide receiver, Davis has spent much of his career anchored to the line of scrimmage blocking instead of split out in the slot.
Though he is an excellent blocker, his skills set and athleticism is way above other great receiving tight ends like Shannon Sharpe and Antonio Gates.
If Davis had been used right, since being drafted in 2006, he would be on his way to Canton instead of having just one Pro Bowl so far.
At this rate, he will only have a good career like Brent Jones, Monty Stickles, and Ted Kwalick instead of the great one he should be having.
The best thing to do is trade Davis to a team that wants him, knows how to use him, and has a quarterback who can get him the ball.
It won't happen yet, but it is a shame so see so much talent being wasted and handcuffed from greatness.