The Giants signed Taylor as the backup to Daniel Jones. Given Jones' inconsistent history, there's definitely a chance Taylor winds up getting a shot to pilot the offense at some point in 2022. That doesn't mean good things are going to happen -- Taylor had one start out of six with over 20 Fantasy points last year. And he's had 10 starts over his past four seasons, with only two registering 20 or more points. You'd have to be pretty desperate in a two-QB league to spend a draft pick on Taylor as long as Jones is upright.
Tyrod Taylor joins his sixth team - and fifth in six seasons - to serve as Daniel Jones' safety valve. Given Jones' propensity for missing time and poor play, Taylor stands a good chance to start at least a handful of games in 2022. The veteran has better career numbers than Jones (3.8% touchdown rate, 1.6% interception rate, 7.0 yards per attempt), but he's no world-beater and, at 32 years old, stands little chance at figuring into the Giants' long-term plans.