Davis is a crossing specialist that allows him to ping balls into dangerous places inside the opponent's penalty box. The graphics we'll be showing here are on his cross volume and delivery location.
3/8 vs New England
3/15 vs Montreal
3/29 vs Vancouver
Will be very interesting to see how Dallas will handle Davis-Ashe. I suspect Thomas will be asked to shade right to close down Davis quickly and not allow him to look up and send in a cross. Another option here will be to continue to bomb Acosta forward with the intention of pinning Davis back to help cover.
I didn't think about this earlier, but the red card to Je-Vaughn Watson could be costly here. Watson has the pace on the right to keep Ashe honest, but Watson also has the defensive skills to handle Ashe as well. There is the option that Castillo gets moved to the right, but is he disciplined enough to handle the defensive responsibilities that comes with playing against Davis-Ashe?
Either way Dallas will need to lock down Davis in the same way they did to Mauro Rosales and limit his touches and crosses. If Dallas can do that, there should be no reason why El Capitan needs to go anywhere.