Got this off the Washington Post today
Though Davis, a second-round pick in the 2008 draft, had 78 yards and a touchdown after Cooley went down against Philadelphia, Davis knew he'd need to improve his pass-blocking. So he cancelled plans to fly home and instead called tight ends coach Scott Wachenheim, asking him if he'd remain in Ashburn during the bye week. The two met for 2 1/2 hours Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, putting in extra work to prepare Davis.
Really good signs dont you think, that after his best game as a Skin he didnt get a big head but instead looked hard at his weaknesses and tried to improve them, all off his own initiative too, I really like what I just read, I think Fred Davis could start converting some us to beleivers if this is not just empty rhetoric and he follows through with this attitude..
Good work Fred, I hope you have a blinder on Sunday