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QB Tyrod Taylor Los Angeles Chargers Player Page

#5 Tyrod Taylor, QB - Questionable Expected back Week 7
Los Angeles Chargers
Height 6' 1"
Weight 217 lbs
Age 31
Birthdate August 3rd 1989
College Virginia Tech
Year 2011
Round 6   Pick 15
Season Statistics
YEARGPATT CMPPCTPYDSTDsINT
2011211100.01800
20125291758.617901
201335120.0201
20141000.0000
20151438024263.73035206
20161543727061.83023176
20171542026362.62799144
20184854249.447322
201946466.73310
20201301653.320800
2020 Fantasy Points by Week
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WeekATTCMPPCTPYDSTDsINTPTS
1301653.320800
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Week 6 Projections

Season Projections
He's the starting signal caller for the Chargers until rookie sixth overall selection Justin Herbert is ready to take the controls. Taylor, a dual-threat journeyman, has compiled a career 23-22-1 mark as a starter, and he led the Bills to the playoffs (2017). Suiting up for the Chargers for the first time this past season, Taylor attempted six passes while backing up Philip Rivers (Colts). The 31-year-old Taylor, considered a serviceable passer with a solid arm, posted a career-best 3,035 passing yards and 20 touchdown strikes versus 10 picks with the Bills (2015). As a starter, however, he has averaged only 199 passing yards and 1.1 touchdown strikes per contest. The strength of Taylor's fantasy value comes from rushing production. He's quick enough to evade pass rushers and more than mobile enough to run for first downs. Taylor racked up top-three rushing production at the position during each of his three seasons in Buffalo (2015-17). He knows Chargers offensive boss Shane Steichen's offense and inherits a nice group of playmakers - Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Hunter Henry and Austin Ekeler - but it's still hard to imagine Taylor compiling big passing stats. He'll also operate behind a line that yielded the 11th-fewest sacks in 2019. Until Herbert takes over, consider Taylor a decent fantasy backup in deeper leagues.

Passing: 4 Yards, 0 TD, 0 INT.

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