The Buffalo Bills haven't made the playoffs since 1999. (Yes, the Music City Miracle game was the last time the Bills graced the postseason.)
This offseason the franchise is again at a crossroads. Having fired Rex Ryan during last season and brought in first-time head coach Sean McDermott, the Bills now must decide whether they will keep quarterback Tyrod Taylor.
Taylor, 27, has just been medically cleared after having groin surgery and would be due $27.5 million for next season if he is on the roster on March 11. In two seasons with Buffalo, Taylor is 14-14 as a starter while passing for 6,058 yards (7.4 yards per attempt) with a completion percentage of 62.6. He has thrown 37 touchdowns passes to 12 interceptions and run for 10 scores as well.
Now, Buffalo must commit to Taylor or walk away. With the market for quarterbacks in high demand and the stench of Rex Ryan getting steam cleaned out of Orchard Park, it may be worth the money to give Taylor another year as the starter.