Tyrod Taylor was 20-for-37 for 166 yards in Sunday's loss to the Bengals. He was sacked six times. His passer rating was 63.6. And he threw an interception late in the game that sealed the Bills' fate.
But the Bills also were without their top wide receiver and lost tight end Charles Clay to a knee injury.
Nonetheless, Taylor took the blame for the loss in his postgame meeting with reporters.
“We didn’t make enough plays on offense,” Taylor said. "I take full responsibility for that.”
Tyrod takes the blame for the offensive struggles today. pic.twitter.com/jGoXfcrf5O
— Spencer T. German (@Spencito_) October 8, 2017
But, also consider this when you look at Taylor's numbers:
Tyrod Taylor threw for 166 yards today -- the exact number he threw for in a 16-12 win at Cincinnati last year.
— Jerry Sullivan (@ByJerrySullivan) October 8, 2017