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Tyrod Taylor

Tyrod Taylor

QB | #5 | Buffalo Bills | Height: | Weight:

Tyrod Taylor ADP

Format Teams Rank ADP
Standard 8 101 12.08
Standard 10 105 10.10
Standard 12 105 9.09
Standard 14 109 8.07
PPR 8 120 13.06
PPR 10 117 11.10
PPR 12 118 10.06
PPR 14 118 9.01

Tyrod Taylor Stats

Tyrod Taylor Projected Stats

Pass Yds Pass TD Int Ru Yds Ru TD Fan Pts
3299 21 10 506 3 259

Tyrod Taylor Draft Ranking





2017 draft ranking among all QB's

Tyrod Taylor Auction Value


Max Price: $9

Min Price: $5

*Auction value based upon 10 team league with a $200 budget
and using Standard Scoring

Tyrod Taylor Fantasy Analysis

  • Bills tab Dennison as OC
    The Bills have hired Rick Dennison as OC. Dennison spent the past 2 years as Denver's OC under Gary Kubiak -- and also coordinated Kubiak's Texans offenses from 2010 to 2013. It's notable that Dennison worked with Tyrod Taylor as Baltimore's QB coach in 2014. We'll see if Taylor is Dennison's QB in Buffalo in 2017 and beyond. Full Story
    Jan 20, 2017
  • Taylor having surgery Thursday
    Bills QB Tyrod Taylor is undergoing surgery on Thursday to address a core muscle injury, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. This is presumably the "severe groin injury" that he played through over the last month of the season. Taylor is expected to need 6 weeks to recover, so it shouldn't impact his offseason much. The big question, of course, is whether he'll remain in Buffalo. Full Story
    Jan 5, 2017
  • Taylor played through "severe groin injury"
    Bills QB Tyrod Taylor played through a "severe groin injury" for the past month, according to the Buffalo News' Vic Carucci. He didn't show any signs of it on the field, averaging 35.3 rushing yards over his last 4 games -- just a slight decrease from his 39.9 over the first 11. Carucci adds that the groin injury "could need more attention in offseason," presumably meaning surgery. Taylor's health and employer will be worth closely monitoring over the next few months. Full Story
    Dec 29, 2016
  • Taylor to bench, Manuel will start Week 17
    The Bills will bench QB Tyrod Taylor for Sunday's finale vs. the Jets, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. "This is a business decision so the Bills are not at risk for the $30.75 million left on his contract that would become guaranteed if Taylor suffered a significant injury," Schefter reports. The team will need to decide this offseason whether it wants to exercise Taylor's option and sign him through 2021 or release him. He had an up-and-down 2016 campaign, finishing with a 61.7% completion rate, 6.9 yards per attempt, 17 TDs and 6 INTs. QB E.J. Manuel will start against the Jets this weekend. He's just a QB2 flier and is a downgrade for WR Sammy Watkins. Full Story
    Dec 27, 2016
  • Bills fire Rex Ryan
    The Bills have fired HC Rex Ryan and DC Rob Ryan. The news is only surprising in that it came before this weekend's season finale. Ryan finishes his 2-year Bills tenure with a 15-16 record. OC Anthony Lynn will take over as interim HC and reportedly has a shot to earn the full-time gig next season. Full Story
    Dec 27, 2016

Tyrod Taylor News

  • Bills hiring Rick Dennison a good sign for Tyrod Taylor?
    The Buffalo Bills hired Rick Dennison as offensive coordinator on Thursday. The immediate question upon the news: What does this mean for Tyrod Taylor? Full Story
    Jan 20, 2017
  • Ozzie Newsome: Ravens need Joe Flacco insurance
    Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome is in the market for a quarterback after watching the playoff failures of the backup QBs in Miami and Oakland. Will Baltimore draft Joe Flacco's successor this year? Full Story
    Jan 17, 2017
  • McDermott noncommittal on Tyrod's future
    Bills coach Sean McDermott was noncommittal about Tyrod Taylor's future in Buffalo during his introductory press conference. Full Story
    Jan 13, 2017
  • Tom Brady has played two seasons of playoff games
    When Tom Brady takes the field on Saturday vs. the Texans, it will mark the 32nd postseason start. The 32 games are equivalent to two full regular-season campaigns, which, I mean, c'mon man. Full Story
    Jan 9, 2017