Bills QB Tyrod Taylor is entering the final year of his contract after his amount of playing time this season voided the last year of his original three-year deal. So absent an extension Taylor would be playing in the final year of his deal in 2016 as the team’s starting quarterback. But Taylor isn’t all that focused on his contract status or the likelihood of an extension before next season.
“I personally don’t worry about that,” said Taylor. “All I can control is the things I do on the field, my preparation. That’s what I’m focused on, preparing as hard as I can each and every week to go out there and play and let my numbers speak for themselves. I understand the business so we’ll let that take place. God has a plan so I’ll be ready for anything.”
Taylor finished his first season as Bills starting quarterback with a team record 568 rushing yards, the most ever by a Bills QB. He also set a team mark for most pass attempts without an interception (222) and average gain per completion. Taylor finished seventh in the league in passer rating with a mark of 99.4.
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