How will Tyrod Taylor adjust to a prove-it year?
The Buffalo Bills wisely elected to keep quarterback Tyrod Taylor around for one more season.
That’s a good thing, especially as head coach Sean McDermott looks to revamp the defense in a tough AFC East.
Taylor will have more than just wide receiver Sammy Watkins at his disposal and LeSean McCoy to fuel the ground game at running back. The Bills added promising wide receiver Zay Jones in the NFL Draft, and he might be the perfect complementary piece.
Speaking of Watkins, he’ll look to bounce back from a relatively disappointing 2016 campaign in which he posted a mere 430 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
That’s a question as well, but Taylor will be under the bigger microscope.
With these offensive weapons in place, Taylor will need to prove to his new regime he’s worth the long-term look.