“Amazing,” Landry said of how Taylor looked this offseason. “Amazing, man. His leadership, his arm, his accuracy and he’s ready, man. He’s the starting quarterback, and I’m sure that, obviously, the decision is up to Hue and the offensive staff, and stuff like that. But I’m sure they’ve been highly impressed with what he’s done through OTAs and minicamp.”
The writing continues to be on the wall that Taylor will not only open the year as the Browns' starting quarterback, but that he could have a prolonged stay in that position. Taylor finished as a top-12 fantasy quarterback in both 2015 and 2016, and appears undervalued as the No. 24 quarterback off the board in fantasy drafts. This is by far the best receiving group he has ever had.