Well the #BillsMafia just found their franchise quarterback in the agile Tyrod Taylor. After beating out the likes of draft bust EJ Manuel and veteran Matt Cassell for the starting gig, a strong season breakout proved to Bills management why they need to keep Taylor along for the long term.Ian Rapoport, and NFL Media Insider, reported the deal is for $92 million over six years plus incentives, per a source. Basically, Tyrod might not play through his entire new contact, because there are certain incentives in the language that he must prove he deserves all that money. I like Tyrods' game as he reminds me of an old school Michael Vick, but i am not entirely sure he is worth all that money. If he can play above average football at a constant and healthy basis and lead Buffalo back to the playoffs, then there is no question he has earned every dime in his new hefty paycheck. After being a backup for most of his 6 year Career in Baltimore, Tyrod became a leader in his new home of savage Buffalo. In the fourteen games he started last season, Taylor threw for 3,035 yards at a 63.7 completion percentage with 20 touchdowns and only a mere six interceptions. He also did work on the ground, rushing for 568 yards with four rushing scores and led all quarterbacks in rushing yards per game with 40.6. I'm happy for this man, he finally got a chance by the foot God Rex Ryan, and he proved his worthy-ness of being a starting caliber quarterback. I am a huge supporter of #BillsMafia; they are damn good fans and know how to have a fun time so i hope he can bring glory back to this city. I am expecting him and Sammy Watkins (if he can stay healthy) to put up numbers this season, and Tyrod might be a mid-tier fantasy quarterback for all you fantasy lovers out there. Congrats to the big dawg, now go out there and prove it was not a one year wonder.