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KillerKat

Tyrod Taylor

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uhh he was benched because they have already clinched a playoff spot... duh derrrr

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Thought they had to win to get a first round by or something? Why did they start him to begin with then?

Oh well still like Cameron.

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benched? I doubt it.

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Oh I see, they were playing for the #4 seed against the Colts. I got confused. Should've started Taylor to begin with then.

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He completed 60% of his passes even though he had an INT. He also ran in for a TD.

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