By Brandon J. Koch
Tyrod Taylor isn’t the quarterback who puts up the big numbers, or even points for that matter. But he does do a good job against the Miami Dolphins.
In four games as the Bills starting quarterback against the Fins, Taylor has thrown for 1,008 yards and 8 touchdowns.
Even with a record of 2-2 against Miami, Taylor has a 9.32 yards per attempt in those 4 contests.
On the ground, Taylor has ran 32 times for 151 yards and 1 touchdown.
We usually see the regular, 175 yards passing, one touchdown and making plays with his legs against any other opponent. It’s a little bit different against the Dolphins for whatever reason.
The Bills will need a performance from Taylor like the one on Christmas Eve last season. Tyrod went 26-39 for 329 and 3 touchdowns, including the go ahead touchdown to Charles Clay late in the 4th.