Its a general narrative because every article he writes is good about Taylor, also every tweet he makes about him are excuses. I dont dismiss him but i also take what he analyzes with a grain of salt.
Now the website i referenced doesnt analyze. Instead just charts the info for you to use wirh your film watch to analyze yourself. See how its different.
You can complain about the 11 drops and say there was more but this site compares every and charts every QB the same way and allows you to analyze the numbers.
If you say TT had more than 11 drops either every QB would have more then their drop number (if you are looking at them with all the same criteria you look at TT with) or you are watching TT with a different set of criteria.
How many articles do you think he's written?
Here is the very last paragraph of one of those many (the answer to the previous question is 2, btw) articles that supposedly exist about Taylor:
Expecting Taylor to develop much past who he is right now is unrealistic. He may have only started for one year, but he will be 27 years old before the start of this season. Taylor was forced to waste the early stages of his career as a backup because of his style of play. The narrative that he took major strides forward is tough to swallow because he was showing off the traits that are the foundation of his skill set right now back during his first preseason in the league. What should be comforting to Bills fans is that he doesn't need to develop any further to be a quality starting quarterback. He can be an above-average starter so long as his athleticism remains close to where it was in 2015.
Did that sound like something overly positive? Is that last line in any way really inaccurate, even for the biggest Taylor detractors?
And what the hell do you mean the website doesn't analyze it just charts and how is that any different from what Fahey does? Fahey analyzes and charts every single QB the exact same way that website does.
If you mean there's no subjectivity to that website, you're just plain wrong. You need to judge whether a ball is catchable or uncatchable. The website does exactly the same thing Fahey does and it has different results, which I think is interesting. I'm sure neither is 100% accurate and the truth probably lies somewhere in the middle, as it so typically does, like with this Tyrod Taylor debate.
Edited by transplantbillsfan, 25 August 2017 - 01:14 PM.