Found it. How about this, big pass plays
2014 - 33 Orton
2015 - 32 Taylor
2016 - 23 Taylor
And the Bills as a team only had 1482 rush yards and 7 rush TDs with Orton in 2014.
FWIW Ortons stat line is very similar to Taylors (either year) and I don't think anybody thought Orton was good or wanted him at QB again.
Actually people were kinda' bummed that Orton quit because they thought he had a pretty good year.......and yeah with a healthy Watkins, Woods, Chandler and Hogan at his disposal he put up "passing numbers" similar to what Tyrod did.
Hardly a murders row of receivers......but a whole lot better than what Tyrod had more days than not this season.
That 8 game stretch without Watkins was brutal.......Taylor never surpassed 8 ypa in any of those games......the sum of the other 8 games, including many games where Sammy and Woods were gimpy......... is very much the same as what he did in 2016.
KC's big play ranking since 2013
Yeah, looks just like Roman's last 4 years
BTW, you know we aren't running Roman's system anymore, right? When TT and the O take a nosedive, you know who to call.
The Smith-lead 2011 Niners were 12th in big plays.......in a hybrid WCO not unlike what the Bills will run.......Smith in KC has had an 11th and 7th rank finish even though he's not a deep ball thrower.........and the offense has been good enough to win A LOT of games.
Not sure you are making as much sense as you think you are.
I'm a big proponent of the Roman system but I've seen the Kubiak system churn out production from less than great QB play in Houston and Baltimore too........and it's roots go back to Mike Shanahan's "everybody gets 1,000 yards" rushing game so not expecting scheme to neutralize what Taylor could do.