Tyrod Taylor is an electrifying player with his ability to pull the ball down and break off a 40-yard run, making five defenders miss in the process. He's rushed for 243 yards this season but only found the end zone twice on the ground.
Cam Newton leads all quarterbacks with six rushing touchdowns, and he's made his opponents remember every last one of them — especially his latest.
His end zone celebration against the Titans got a lot of criticism and sparked a new debate: To dab, or not to dab? OK, so it's unlikely anyone actually said that, but the “dab” dance has taken end zone celebrations by storm of late.
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Taylor was asked about the possibility of busting a move after scoring a touchdown, but it doesn't sound like it'll be happening.
“Nah, I don't dance,” he said. “I might dab here and there.”
Although Taylor has only scored two rushing touchdowns, he's tossed 11 through the air. He's quietly having an outstanding season throwing the ball, leading the league in completion percentage and ranking in the top-10 in various other statistics.
He'll need to continue his great play against the Patriots this week if the Bills want to hand them their first loss of the season.