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Passing Yards
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Touchdown Passes
int
Interceptions Thrown
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Passer Rating
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 7, 2024 297 1 1 98 18
Dec 31, 2023 319 1 1 87.3 20
Dec 25, 2023 133 1 1 68 11
Dec 17, 2023 13 0 0 57.3
Oct 29, 2023 8 0 0 62.2 3
Player Outlook
Taylor will again be the No. 2 quarterback for the Giants this season behind Daniel Jones, and he has minimal Fantasy value in that role. He's not worth drafting in the majority of leagues. In 2022, Taylor was limited to just 31 snaps over three games. If Jones were to miss any time then Taylor should be added off the waiver wire, mostly for Superflex and two-quarterback leagues.

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Passing Yards
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Touchdown Passes
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Interceptions Thrown
yds
Rushing Yards
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Rushing Touchdowns
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2023 1341 5 3 197 918.3
2022 58 1 1 70 124
2021 966 5 5 151 3 8714.5
3y Avg. 411 2 2 76 1 307.5
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Nearly reaches 300 yards in win

    Taylor completed 23 of 32 passes for 297 yards and a touchdown with an interception in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Eagles. He added 38 rushing yards on eight carries. The veteran quarterback might have topped 300 yards for the second straight game, but he briefly left late in the first quarter to get his thumb checked out, and Tommy DeVito completed a five-yard pass in his absence. Taylor, who has played for five teams over the last seven seasons alone, will be a free agent in the offseason and isn't likely to return to the Giants with DeVito and Daniel Jones (knee) on the depth chart, but the 34-year-old showed in 2023 he can still be effective and likely won't have much trouble landing elsewhere.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Sleeper QBs

    The last two games that Taylor started and finished he scored at least 20.8 Fantasy points. He reached that total in Week 17 against the Rams, and he had 11.4 Fantasy points in the second half against the Eagles in Week 16 when he replaced Tommy DeVito. He should give you production with his legs -- he's run for at least 21 yards in each of his past five significant appearances -- and Philadelphia is No. 1 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks. I like Taylor as a low-end No. 1 Fantasy quarterback in all leagues.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Reps capped again Thursday

    Taylor (back) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Taylor's practice reps were managed for the second day in a row, and even though he's already been named the Giants' starting quarterback for Sunday's game against the Eagles, he may need to put in a full practice Friday to approach the season finale without a designation. The Giants re-signed Jacob Eason to their practice squad Thursday to provide depth at quarterback in case Taylor can't play this weekend, though Tommy DeVito would be the next man up to start.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    The last two games that Taylor started and finished he scored at least 20.8 Fantasy points. He reached that total in Week 17 against the Rams, and he had 11.4 Fantasy points in the second half against the Eagles in Week 16 when he replaced Tommy DeVito. He should give you production with his legs -- he's run for at least 21 yards in each of his past five significant appearances -- and Philadelphia is No. 1 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks. I like Taylor as a low-end No. 1 Fantasy quarterback in all leagues.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Listed as limited Wednesday

    Taylor (back) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's estimated injury report, Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports reports. Earlier Wednesday, head coach Brian Daboll named Taylor the starting quarterback for Sunday's game against the Eagles, suggesting that the Giants don't anticipate the back injury hindering the signal-caller's availability for the season finale. Nonetheless, Taylor's participation level in practice Thursday and Friday will be worth monitoring as the Giants prepare for a rematch with a reeling Philadelphia defense against whom Taylor threw for 133 yards in one half of action two weeks ago.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Getting Week 18 start

    Giants head coach Brian Daboll said Wednesday that Taylor will remain the team's starting quarterback for Sunday's season finale versus the Eagles, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Though the Giants have been eliminated from playoff contention, Daboll will stick with the veteran signal-caller in Week 18 rather than pivoting back to undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito. While making his fourth start and 10th appearance of the season in this past Sunday's 26-25 loss to the Rams, Taylor completed 27 of 41 passes for 319 yards, one touchdown and one interception while adding 40 yards on six rushing attempts.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Week 18 Waiver Priority List

    Taylor just scored 20.8 Fantasy points against the Rams in Week 17, and he had 11.4 Fantasy points in the second half against the Eagles in Week 16 when he replaced Tommy DeVito. He should give you production with his legs -- he's run for at least 21 yards in each of his past five significant appearances -- and Philadelphia is No. 1 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Adds/Streamers (QB Preview)

    Taylor has now started and finished three games for the Giants this season. He's topped 20 Fantasy points in two of three and he's averaged 266 passing yards and 33 rushing yards per game. Add in the cake matchup and Taylor is a fine starting option.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Sleeper QBs

    The last time Taylor started a game was Week 7 against Washington, and he scored 25.7 Fantasy points with 279 passing yards and two touchdowns, along with 25 rushing yards. He looked good in relief of Tommy DeVito in Week 16 at Philadelphia with 133 passing yards, one touchdown and one interception, along with 21 rushing yards, and he has a great matchup in Week 17 against the Rams. Five quarterbacks in a row have scored at least 20.2 Fantasy points against the Rams, and Taylor is a good desperation play at quarterback in this matchup.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Week 17 Waiver Priority List

    Taylor will hopefully start for the Giants in Week 17 against the Rams, and if he does he's worth using as a low-end starter in Superflex and two-quarterback leagues. He came on for Tommy DeVito in the second half of Week 16 at Philadelphia and was 7-of-16 passing for 133 yards, one touchdown and one interception, which came on the last play of the game on a throw into the end zone, and he ran for 21 yards. If he does start for the Giants in Week 17, he'd be facing a Rams defense that is No. 6 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks, and five quarterbacks in a row have scored at least 20.2 points against Los Angeles.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Activated but will be backup Monday

    Taylor (ribs) was activated from injured reserve Monday, but he will back up Tommy DeVito in Monday's game against the Packers, Charlotte Carroll of The Athletic reports. Taylor is back on the active roster after a full week of practice, but he'll remain in a reserve role Monday. DeVito won his last two starts prior to the Giants' bye, while Taylor posted a record of 1-2 as a starter prior to his stint on IR.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Clear for Monday, but still on IR

    Taylor (ribs), who remains on injured reserve, doesn't have a designation for Monday's game against the Packers. After the Giants designated him for return from IR on Monday, Taylor proceeded to log full practices Thursday through Saturday. Along the way, coach Brian Daboll called Tommy DeVito the team's starting quarterback for Week 14, thus relegating Taylor to backup duties, assuming he's activated. New York has until 4:00 p.m. ET on Monday to make such a transaction and get Taylor back on the active roster.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Logs full practice Thursday

    Taylor (ribs) was listed as a full participant on Thursday's estimated injury report, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. The Giants designated Taylor for return from injured reserve Monday, but even with a Week 13 bye in the rearview mirror, the team didn't hold practice Thursday. Still, he wouldn't have had any restrictions if it had done so, meaning he seems poised to serve as Tommy DeVito's backup Monday against the Packers, assuming Taylor is activated ahead of that contest. If not, though, Taylor would yield the No. 2 job to practice-squad member Matt Barkley.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Designated for return

    The Giants announced Monday that Taylor (ribs) has been designated to return from IR. Taylor enters the mix to potentially start versus the Dolphins on Monday Night Football. Undrafted rookie Tommy Devito is riding a two-game winning streak however, so a quarterback change may be unlikely for New York. Taylor did perform adequately when healthy earlier this season, so it wouldn't be out of the question for him to get another crack at the starting job this season. The veteran QB hasn't played since Week 8 due to an injury to his rib cage.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Expects to return this season

    Taylor said Thursday that his rib injury is "not season-ending in my mind," Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. Earlier this week, Giants head coach Brian Daboll was non-committal about Taylor playing again this season, but the quarterback stated Thursday that nobody in the organization has indicated that his campaign could be over. Taylor is on IR and isn't eligible to play until Week 14 versus Green Bay, and there could be little motivation for New York to expedite his return in what is looking like a lost season, as the club currently sits in last place in the NFC East at 2-7. Daniel Jones tore his ACL this past Sunday versus the Raiders and is out for the remainder of the campaign, so undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito is set to take the helm behind center for the foreseeable future.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Return uncertain this season

    Giants head coach Brian Daboll was non-committal Monday when asked if Taylor (rib cage) will return from injured reserve this season, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports. After being placed on IR prior to Sunday's 30-6 loss to the Raiders, Taylor will have to miss at least the Giants' next three games, with his first opportunity to play again arriving after the team's Week 13 bye. Daboll's unwillingness to speak on Taylor's availability for the rest of the season would seemingly suggest that, at the very least, the Giants aren't counting on the veteran signal-caller being ready to play when first eligible Week 14 against the Packers on Monday, Dec. 11. Taylor had served as the Giants' starting quarterback from Weeks 6 through 8 while Daniel Jones was sidelined with a neck injury, completing 46 of 72 pass attempts for 487 yards and two touchdowns while adding 82 yards on 18 carries before suffering an injury to his rib cage in the second quarter of an overtime loss to the Jets on Oct. 29. With Jones suffering a season-ending ACL tear in his return to the lineup against Las Vegas, a healthy Taylor would have been positioned for another extended run as the Giants' starting quarterback, but the team will be forced to turn to undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito and veteran journeyman Matt Barkley as its signal-callers heading into a Week 10 game in Dallas.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Won't be available Week 9

    Giants head coach Brian Daboll said Thursday that Taylor (ribs) won't be available for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. With Taylor out this week, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports that Tommy DeVito is likely to serve as the Giants' No. 2 quarterback Sunday. Meanwhile, Matt Citak of the team's official site previously noted that top signal-caller Daniel Jones (neck) returned to a full practice Wednesday, which seemingly puts Jones on track to return from a three-game absence to start Sunday's contest.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Misses first Week 9 practice

    Taylor (rib cage) won't practice Wednesday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Taylor was discharged from the hospital Monday after injuring his rib cage in the second quarter of this past Sunday's 13-10 overtime loss to the Jets. Tommy DeVito replaced Taylor and completed just two passes over the rest of the game. Taylor's absence Wednesday is no surprise, and he's unlikely to heal in time to face the Raiders this coming Sunday. Fortunately for the the Giants, top quarterback Daniel Jones (neck) has been cleared for contact and will be a full participant in Wednesday's practice, likely setting the stage for him to make his first appearance since Week 5 after Taylor had started each of the previous three games.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Leaves hospital Monday

    Taylor (rib cage) was discharged from the hospital Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Taylor was forced out of Sunday's overtime loss to the Jets in the second quarter and taken to the hospital, where he stayed overnight as he underwent further examination. The precautionary measure allowed him to leave one day later, but he now is considered week-to-week, per Schefter. With news that Daniel Jones (neck) was cleared for contact Sunday prior to Taylor's injury, according to Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post, the Giants may not have as dire of a situation at quarterback as they prepare for a Week 9 road matchup with the Raiders.
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  • Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Getting another start

    Taylor will start Sunday's game against the Jets after Daniel Jones (neck) was ruled out, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. Taylor will make his third straight start, after nearly upsetting the Bills in Week 6 and then leading the Giants to a 14-7 win over the Commanders in Week 7. The Giants are still expected to return Jones to the starting role once he's medically cleared, though head coach Brian Daboll was non-committal Friday when asked if Jones will be available to play again this season, according to Dan Duggan of The Athletic. With that in mind, Taylor could have more starts in his future, even if Daboll wasn't ready to confirm anything beyond this Sunday.
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