Tyrod Taylor was paid 90 million dollars, and the former Virginia Tech quarterback did not let it get to his head. The young play caller, noticed the team was not doing very well on several plays, and decided to call a players only meeting to go over plays the team was not executing correctly.
“It’s just good to see it from the starting quarterback,” said veteran TE Jim Dray. “I’ve been around a lot of quarterbacks and you can trust your starting quarterback who knows the ins and outs of every play. He communicates what he wants everybody to do it just makes for a much smoother operation of the playbook.”
“Tyrod is a pro through and through so you’ve got to take ownership of your job and ownership of the offense as players,” Dray told Buffalobills.com. “So they see that rather than just some sort of a dictatorship of a coach telling you what to do you can see how a professional does it, which is what Tyrod instills in a lot of the young guys.”
This is amazing, considering the Bills will need all their players on the same page. The Bills offense was not bad last year, but they could have been better. Hopefully Tyrod continues to be a leader, because the team needs some sort of leadership.