By Tyrod Taylor’s own admission he had a subpar performance in the team’s second preseason game in Philadelphia. But there were a lot of contributing factors to the quarterback’s play against the Eagles. That’s why head coach Sean McDermott was resolute in his support of his starting signal caller.
“I have all the confidence in the world in Tyrod,” he said. “Tyrod is going to start for us this week and I look forward to him getting back on track.
“We’ve got to do some things to get the offense on track, there’s no doubt about it. We’ve got to move the ball, move the chains, convert on third downs, which we didn’t do a good job, and then when we get into the red zone we’ve got to score touchdowns.
When asked if he expects Taylor to be his starting quarterback in Week 1 of the regular season, McDermott answered in the affirmative.
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