This article was added by the user . TheWorldNews is not responsible for the content of the platform.

Tyrod Taylor is already garnering praise from all corners of the Giants

What does Tyrod Taylor mean to the Giants?

In a perfect world, they want him to be a reliable backup to starting quarterback Daniel Jones. Joe Judge fired as head coach.

What does Taylor mean to his Giants fans?

Many of them (the growing number of people who no longer believe in Jones) want him to be a starter before Halloween and predict he will. There have been informal conversations about how many games Jones will start before Taylor takes over.

What does Taylor want to be when he enters his 12th NFL season with the sixth team?

The starting quarterback, of course.

As every player wants to play, Taylor in particular had opportunities hampered by injuries that ruined his NFL journey across the stars. The strangest of them all was when, just before his second start, the Chargers team his doctor accidentally punctured his lung. of the 2020 season while trying to inject painkillers into his cracked ribs.

Tyrod Taylor scrambles past Patriots linebacker Ronnie Perkins during the Giants' Week 1 preseason win.

Signed as Jones' backup in the offseason.

By all accounts of Giants players and coaches - Taylor was the perfect teammate: Third-string quarterback Davis Webb posted Thursday. It's a professional pro who told me. ''

Whether you believe Jones or not (as a starter he is 12-25), in reality, he remains a starter. He's not exactly on the hardest turf until head coach Brian Daball puts it differently: the fact that the Giants didn't choose his fifth-year option in Jones' contract. clearly shows that the new regime is not 100% sure of what he is.

With that, Taylor, who has started 53 of his 78 league games, is 27-25-1 with just 59 touchdowns, 25 interceptions and a start from Jones. Is it a threat to take away jobs?

Tyrod Taylor
Robert Sabo

Of course it is.

Credit Giants generals Joe Shane and Dabor, his managers, have brought in Taylor's capable backup his quarterback to make one of the most egregious mistakes in the history of NFL personnel decision-making. Corrected one of his.

The Giants lost the last six games last season with Jones to a neck injury, with Mike Glennon (0 -4, 4 TD and 10 INT) and Mike Glennon (0 -4, 4 TD and 10 INT) key to the franchise. Jake Fromm (0-2, 1 TD and 3 INT).

Taylor represents the first backup to be a real threat to Jones' starting job since Jones was drafted in the first round of his 2019 season. As the quarterback in Daboll's system, this could be his last best chance at restarting in the NFL if Jones stumbles.

"I've been through a lot, I've seen a lot, but everyone I've been around or worked with has said they don't believe in me." I can't say I ran away or hid from what happened to me," Taylor told the Post recently while taking an ice bath after practice. A strong starter to the season, Taylor (23-20 record, only 16 INTs in 51 TDs, Buffalo's first playoff appearance after a 17-year drought) had another chance. He started with the Browns, Chargers, and Texans, all ending with injuries.

His lowest and scariest moment was the 2020 Chargers scandal that marked the beginning of the Justin Herbert era.

"It made me a better person and a better player with a different perspective," said Taylor.

Tyrod Taylor (right) congratulates Richie James after his touchdown in the Giants' Week 1 preseason win over the Patriots.

Taylor's veteran perspective is that of a young man he grew up with quickly. An asset to your teammates. A favorite around the team facility.

"I learned a lot from him," Jones said Thursday.

"He's a smooth cat," said Saquon Barkley as he ran back. ''I think 'DJ' is someone you can count on. "At 33, he's still slippery." "He still has a lot to offer. Juice him athletically," Webb said. "He is quiet off the field and an assassin on the field."

Despite his misfortunes, Taylor lives without regrets.

"I am a firm believer that everything happens for a reason," he said. “Some things that have happened to me throughout my career as a player, I guess you could call it bad luck, have taught me a lot about myself. Just keep fighting and waiting for the opportunity to come back.”

Ms. Jones, sooner or later the next opportunity may come to Taylor.