Like Ryan Fitzpatrick, there’s a good chance that Taylor loses his job to a rookie at some point in 2020, but he’s a proven fantasy commodity and will likely produce as long as he’s the starter. Taylor started for three years in Buffalo, but didn’t have much of a receiving corps in 2017, so looking just at 2015 and 2016, Taylor generated 18.5 fantasy points per game thanks in large part to his 40 yards rushing and 0.35 rushing touchdowns per game. He also limited negative plays (0.41 interceptions per game) while throwing for 1.28 touchdowns per game. He was the No. 15 fantasy quarterback in 2015 and No. 8 in 2016, and has one of the better receiving corps in the league (Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Austin Ekeler and Hunter Henry). If the Chargers stay competitive for a playoff spot, he could play a full season.