Both are great picks. Corey Davis target count has fluctuated between 3 and 15. So a little inconsistent but it does yield a high ceiling.
And Yes, Ridley does have to share snaps with Julio, but the double coverage that julio draws on every play will make it easier for Ridley to get open. Ridley has had 5, 8, and 6 targets in the last three weeks. You can expect a range of 9-6 targets. Sanu might dip into those targets but the guy just had his first 100 yard game since 2014.
Ridley is heavily involved in the Red Zone, but Corey Davis is not. Ridley has scored 6 TDs over the last 3 games. A very unsustainable figure, but it shows that he has the ability to be very effective even with Julio on the field. The Titans red zone productivity dropped from first in the league in 2016 to death last in 2017. Maybe they’ll end up somewhere in the middle this year, but Matt Ryan looks like 2016 Matt Ryan, and I don’t see any reason why that wont continue.
It’s a toss up, each player comes with risk:
Ridley will be reliant TDs
Davis will need Mariota to be dialed in, and Davis may also fall victim to game script