Preparing for Tyrod Taylor is ‘A Pain in the Rear’ Per Pagano


The Indianapolis Colts will face a quarterback on Sunday who will present a different kind of challenge for them. It’s the type of challenge they haven’t seen since going against San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick in Week 3 of the 2013 season. Buffalo Bills starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor isn’t a pocket passer. He can throw the ball, but he has the ability to keep defenses on their toes because he can tuck the ball and run with it. “He’s a pain in the rear,” Colts coach Chuck Pagano said. “It’s going to be a 60-minute battle for our guys. Let alone stopping the run, keeping the ball in front of us. Not allowing big plays and containing him.”

Source: Mike Wells of ESPN.com

About Football Insiders

The next evolution of football news, information and rumors.