Given the Broncos have had horrendous quarterback play in recent years, it’s hard to quantify how good Jordan Taylor has been, or at least how good he’s proven himself capable of being.
Taylor has a wiry 6-foot-5 frame but has the foot quickness of a much smaller receiver and very good deep speed.
He’s been recovering from offseason hip surgery and given the fact that the Broncos have been among the best teams in the league this year at producing big plays, he stands a chance to make one or two per game.
Taylor is the type of player who can make impossible catches look easy because he has a ridiculous catch radius. When he’s healthy, the Broncos can also use him on special teams as a gunner and punt returner.