QB Tyrod Taylor
In my opinion, Tyrod Taylor will have every tool needed to have a Pro Bowl season in 2017 — if the team stays healthy. He’s had his ups and downs, but overall he’s been the best quarterback this city has had in a very long time.
Looking at his offensive line, chemistry won’t be an issue since all five starters will return. It’s still a question mark whether Jordan Mills will start at left tackle, but with Dion Dawkins sitting behind him, it’s a good problem to have right now.
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Cordy Glenn holds his own and rarely allows a sack, Richie Incognito creates havoc and holes for Taylor to run through, Eric Wood controls the line and John Miller is improving in all aspects of his game.
As for the receivers, a healthy Sammy Watkins will be the key to a Pro Bowl season for Tyrod Taylor. Zay Jones will turn out to be a reliable option. Charles Clay will show improvement in the new offense.
Add in the amount of depth the Buffalo Bills have with Andre Holmes, Rod Streater, Philly Brown, Rashad Ross, Dezmin Lewis and Walter Powell. If all of the above can stay healthy, Taylor won’t have any excuses — just get them the ball.
Lastly, the run-game will pretty much still be in-tact — opening up the passing game for Tyrod Taylor.
It’s just a matter of everything working out as planned.