|10/9/2017 7:54:27 PM||
Speaking Monday, Bills coach Sean McDermott insisted he has "all the confidence in the world" in Tyrod Taylor.
This is becoming the weekly ritual in Buffalo, especially after road games. Taylor has produced only six touchdowns in five starts, but has laughably few weapons. McDermott knows fifth-rounder Nathan Peterman isn't a better option. The Bills have little choice but to ride out Taylor's peaks and valleys.
via: Joe Buscaglia on Twitter
|10/9/2017 3:54:27 AM||
Tyrod Taylor completed 20-of-37 passes for 166 yards, one touchdown, and an interception in Week 5 against the Bengals.
The Bills had a pass-heavy gamescript despite playing without both Jordan Matthews and Charles Clay. Taylor had 25 first-half pass attempts, the second highest of his career. He threw a late game-sealing pick that sunk Buffalo's chances at a comeback. Taylor has now been held under 200 yards in 3-of-5 games. He'll get a matchup with the Bucs after a Week 6 bye.
|10/1/2017 8:39:27 PM||
Tyrod Taylor completed 12-of-20 passes for 182 yards and a touchdown in Week 4 against Atlanta.
He added seven carries for just 12 yards. Taylor didn't have any turnovers and managed Buffalo to an upset win. He won't be more than a midrange streamer against the Bengals in Week 5.