Tyrod Taylor Report
#5 Tyrod Taylor 6’0” 1⁄2 215 7th Year, Virginia Tech
Tyrod Taylor was a 5th round selection of the Ravens in the 2011 draft. He served as Joe Flaaco’s primary backup from 2012-2014 and was brought to Buffalo as Rex Ryan’s guy in 2015. Taylor has made the most of his opportunity to start the past two years while displaying a powerful arm, rare running ability and has taken care of the football very well throwing for 37 touchdowns to only 12 interceptions.
Tyrod Taylor has most everything you would want from your starter. Taylor possesses high end arm strength, is generally accurate to all three levels and puts great touch on the deep ball, not to mention he might be the most electric signal caller in the league from an athletic standpoint. Taylor’s biggest weaknesses is his inability to throw with anticipation on a regular basis and prevents him from a being a top shelf passer. Lets dig a bit deeper - Taylor is by most accounts an accurate passer but the 2015 and 2016 tape show a quarterback who relies on being a “see it throw it” guy as opposed to a true anticipation and timing passer ___ To Read the entire Taylor Report purchase our 2017 Pro QB Almanac