The belief inside the building is that the rookie -- absent since Week 2 with hamstring woes -- will add punch and versatility to a 26th-ranked passing attack that has sputtered during the team's 4-3 start.
"I don't think we've even scratched the surface yet. Offensively, we're not getting it done," Matthews said. "There's a lot out there we can do and I think we're going to do that."
Davis acknowledged he feels "pressure from myself" to contribute as soon as possible. His lone start produced 69 yards off six grabs against the Raiders in the season opener, but that feels like a million years ago.
"He's a guy that can make plays when he gets the ball in his hands and he can also stretch the field," Matthews said. "So, I hope when he comes back, we're able to get a little bit more creative with the passing game."
Now set to face the rest of the AFC North over the next three weeks -- with each of those clubs in the playoff mix -- the Titans are under pressure of their own to look like postseason material on a regular basis.
The hope is that Davis will help -- and right away.