WHAT IF TY-GOD WAS ONE OF US?
BEAST DOME NATION.
Tyrod Taylor was once upon a time a highly touted superstar, the guy who was going to save Buffalo. He came over from Baltimore after looking nice as a backup for Joe Flacco. When he was on the Bills, the Bills were a .500 team at best until they finally reached the Playoffs this past season, only to look like their offense has zero hope of moving the ball against the BEAST DOME DEFENSE of 2017, Jaguars.
TYROD TAYLOR CAREER
With Tyrod now going to Cleveland at the age of 28 years old, many believe that there is hope that Cleveland is going to be a good team in no time.
First of all, that cannot be further from the truth. Losing football is losing football. Look at Tyrod’s career. For him to throw over 3,500 Yards in a season would be amazing for him. Yes adding Jarvis Landry to his core collection would give him arguably his best WR he has ever had, but he did not make it work in Buffalo with Robert Woods + Sammy Watkins in 2016. Both of those WRs (Watkins/Woods) end up with the Rams in 2017, and Jared Goff who looked as lost as a Rookie could in 2016, ends up as a Pro Bowl QB in 2017.
There are some things about Tyrod’s game that just make you think, maybe Nate Peterman would be a better QB. For the record, Nate Peterman is a joke and the Bills are better off getting Colin Kaepernick or RGIII as QB, but we all know that will not happen.
A big reason why Tyrod’s passing numbers were so bad in Buffalo, he is throwing in the coldest weather for the last 8 games of the regular season. It is nearly impossible to throw for 300+ Yards unless you are Tom Brady in that type of weather. Moving to Cleveland, that is not going to help anything at all. The stat that stands out the most for Tyrod is the fact he only has 1 game where he has thrown for 300 Yards. 1 GAME!! That is a joke, Matt Flynn has thrown for over 300 Yards in a game more times than Tyrod Taylor.
The Bills did a good job moving away from Tyrod, now the Browns can suffer however many years they want with Tyrod missing his WRs and being so cautious, he ends up hurting his team in the end. The low INTS and high completion % look good on paper. The 27-27 Record over the last 3 Years, says it all. Tyrod is not the type of QB who can control a Football Game, and if you want to be a team that can compete for the Super Bowl, you need a QB who can control the game. With no LeSean McCoy and Bills Mafia D to get Tyrod’s back, the real Tyrod Taylor is in a make or break situation for his career.