"Yeah, we talked about it, and there's competition across the league every day," Taylor told the Baltimore Sun. "You've got to compete for your job to stay there. We know where we stand. I'm trying to get better every day. Competition — that's the name of this game."
Taylor has a career 47.2 passer rating, with no touchdowns and two interceptions among 35 pass attempts.
"We've been very happy with Tyrod, and we feel like he has a great future, but we have been a little disappointed how he's played in games certainly," Harbaugh told the website. "We feel like he's a lot better than he's showed. I know he feels that way, too. We feel like Tyrod's best football is by far definitely in front of him, but he's only got one year left with us, so we need to add a quarterback into the mix, whether it be offseason or in the draft.”
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His first snap was botched, and the Patriots recovered in the end zone. He was then picked off by Tavon Wilson, who also returned it for a score. Taylor rushed for 39 yards on three carries in a 41-7 defeat.
He looked good at first, picking up 17 yards on his first carry, but with losses of 6 and 7 yards on later carries, he ended up netting just 7 yards on four carries. He also caught a 6-yard pass and threw an incompletion.