Who To Avoid:
Yes, Taylor is coming off a great year in fantasy football for 2016, but 2017 might be a little different. Taylor did have 3,023 passing yards with 17 touchdowns and six interceptions; he also managed to rush for 580 yards and had six touchdowns on the ground. But that was all under Offensive Coordinator Anthony Lynn, who is now the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers.
The Bills replaced Lynn with former Broncos offensive coordinator, Rick Dennison. Dennison is no stranger to having a solid defense behind him and having a shaky offense to work with after all that solid defense behind him earned Dennison a Super Bowl 50 ring. It’s a big jump to go from Lynn’s run heavy offense that allowed Taylor to work his magic on the ground. To Dennison’s short completion, quick throw, West Coast offense.
I’m not saying Taylor isn’t a good quarterback to have on your fantasy team, but if you’re expecting the same type of production as last year, you may want to avoid him in the later rounds.