WR - FA
Week 2 Outlook
Jordan Taylor appears to have played his way into third on the Broncos WR depth chart this summer, to the extent that the Broncos may even consider trading Cody Latimer.
Taylor has flashed at times in the preseason and last year in the regular season and may even see some time as the Broncos emergency back up QB with Paxton Lynch injured. The Broncos third WR has been a position that has not provided any fantasy relevance for several years and this year is unlikely to be different in that regard unless one of Denver's top two pass catchers were to go down.
Jordan Taylor caught one of three targets for 19 yards and a TD in the Broncos' preseason game in San Francisco.
With Cody Latimer and Emmanuel Sanders sitting out the game, Taylor got a little more run than usual. His TD catch was an impressive one, capping off a nice drive led by QB Trevor Siemian late in the first half. Taylor will make the team and has a chance to be the Broncos' #3 WR, but would offer little fantasy value in that role.
Jordan Taylor caught both of his targets for 32 yards on Sunday, including a spectacular 14-yard TD catch in the first quarter.
Jordan Taylor, a second-year player basically "red-shirted" his first year, turned some heads in the preseason, but has yet to do much in the regular season. His first career TD was a memorable one, as he leapt over the pylon into a defender and yet still managed to stay in bounds. However, the Broncos continue to feed their top-two WRs massive amounts of targets, leaving little for Taylor and the Broncos other pass catchers. Taylor should be left on the waiver wire.
Second-year undrafted WR Jordan Taylor was heavily featured in Thursday night's preseason game against the Cardinals, catching four passes for 109 yards on ten targets from first-round rookie QB Paxton Lynch.
Taylor has had a good preseason thus far and figured to be the sixth WR on the Broncos' 53-man roster before tonight, but he will definitely make the team now. He showed nice ability breaking tackles on a 57-yard TD pass on the first drive of the game and appears to have developed some good chemistry with rookie Paxton Lynch. It's only a matter of time before Lynch is the starter in Denver, but Taylor is still going to be buried on the depth chart to start the season, so expectations should be tempered. Don't draft or add him to start the season, but he could be a guy to speculatively keep an eye on over the next year or two in deep dynasty leagues.
Jordan Taylor had three catches for 24 yards on six targets in the Broncos' second preseason game.
Taylor, a second-year undrafted free agent, is trying to make his case to be the Broncos' sixth receiver on the 53-man roster this season. He should be ignored in all formats.