Notre Dame defeated Navy 34-6 on Saturday afternoon, but the victory was somewhat bitter sweet.

Receiver Avery Davis picked up a potentially serious injury that could leave the Fighting Irish without one of their most productive receivers — and with a concerning lack of depth at that position.

If Davis does miss time, Notre Dame will be down to just five scholarship receivers.

After the game, coach Brian Kelly said Davis will get an MRI this weekend that should give the team more information about his injury. He also indicated Notre Dame is working on a fix to its depth issues at receiver.

Kelly also called Davis “irreplaceable” in his postgame press conference.

During the game, NBC reported that Davis had suffered a “significant left knee injury.”

Entering tonight’s game, Davis had caught 25 passes for 368 yards and 4 touchdowns. All of those represent a career high for the senior. His 25 catches this season trail only tight end Michael Mayer and running back Kyren Williams for the team lead.

Notre Dame’s win means it will take an 8-1 record into next week’s game vs. Virginia. The Cavaliers are 6-3 and quarterback Brennan Armstrong is questionable after suffering an injury to his ribs against BYU in Week 9.