If the Buffalo Bills don’t see Justin Hebert under center for the Chargers then it will likely be their former starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor. This will be the first time Taylor has a chance to face his former team since he was traded to the Cleveland Browns for a third round pick before the 2018 season.
Taylor was the Bills primary starting quarterback from 2015 to 2017 and over that stretch had a 22-20 record. He made the Pro Bowl in 2015 and was the team’s starting quarterback the year the team broke the playoff drought.
However, when the coaching staff started Nathan Peterman towards the end of 2017, it became clear he was not considered a long term option.
There is no question that Taylor would want the chance to start against his former franchise and would be an interesting storyline heading into that game if he is the starter.