Originally Posted by Pokes28
I don't know. I think there really isn't much to this really. Everybody knew that he signed a really bad deal. The guys drafted after him got more money than he did. I think that anybody that thinks Taylor didn't have a very good rookie season didn't watch him play that much. It is very hard for rookies to make the pro-bowl unless they are major hyped or put up insane numbers. Neither of which really fit his situation.
The only part of all of this that I'm paying attention to is Portis saying that Taylor was burnt out on the game and needed a break. That isn't the type of things you want to hear about your high draft pick. They say he's working out in Miami, but nobody knows for sure how hard he's working out.
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I watched him play and I really didn't think his season was all that great. And I also noticed that it took him quite a while to break into the starting line-up, which was odd considering who he was competing against.
He seems to have all the physical skills but might not be intelligent enough to make the next step. Time will tell I guess. But he was certainly no rookie of the year.