Phil Taylor | Cleveland Browns | DT
2012 Experience: 2nd Season
IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: Phil Taylor had a very productive rookie year for IDP leagues, especially those with a tackle position. Unfortunately, Taylor suffered a torn pec muscle in OTAs and is likely to miss most if not all of the season.
Stay away from him in redraft leagues, but dynasty owners may still get something out of him down the stretch. Taylor is a DT1 to DL3 talent when healthy.
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections
At 6’4, and 340 pounds, Phil Taylor should be a gap plug-er opposite Ahtyba Rubin in the Browns new 4-3 defensive scheme. The Browns project to be a bad team once again and that should continue to make Rubin a usable option in leagues that require defensive tackle start. As for Taylor, I feel he will be a decent player for the Browns, but probably will be more of a complimentary player to Rubin and defensive ends like rookie Jabaal Sheard. Don’t look to Taylor as a IDP worthy option in year one.
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