Tyrod Taylor Shows Frustration Following Questions About Future


Despite being in the playoff hunt, critics are hounding quarterback Tyrod Taylor like no other and for good reason. Across the board, Taylor’s numbers are down this season. The 27-year-old signal caller is only averaging 191.0 pass yards per game.

Throughout his 10-minute presser, Taylor was overwhelmed with questions about his immediate future in Buffalo, which got under his skin a bit.

“I’ve taken everything that y’all have stood up here and asked me right on the chest,” he said. “It doesn’t affect me emotionally or physically. I take it every week, so whatever y’all want to blame, I’ll take that. Like I said, my job is to get the team into a position where we can win on Sundays. Can I be better, yes. But it doesn’t just take me, it’s a collective effort out there on the field each and every Sunday.”

As Taylor left the podium, he left the media with this quote:

“I’m done talking.”

This Sunday, the Bills have a big time matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Source: Buffalo News

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