Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
@ 24 19
vs 14 16
@ 4 14
vs 20 17
vs 26 20
vs 32 26
@ 13 16
@ 16 16
@ 31 22
vs 6 14
vs 1 13
@ 22 19
@ 14 16
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vs 9 15
@ 19 17
vs 24 19
vs 31 22
Player Outlook
Taylor is not worth rostering in Fantasy leagues unless he receives more playing time.

Fantasy Stats

rushing receiving fantasy
Year yds
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Fumbles Lost
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 89 3.87 1 2 3 141.6
2020 0.00
3y Avg. 89 3.87 1 2 3 141.6
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Participates in Sunday's practice

    Taylor (groin) returned to practice Sunday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Taylor missed multiple practices -- including the team's Family Night -- due to a groin injury, but he appears to be on the mend and may return to full practices over the next week. With Kylin Hill (knee) expected to start the 2022 season on the PUP list, the undrafted running back out of Memphis is the favorite to win the backup role behind AJ Dillon and Aaron Jones, though he'll have to prove he's healthy during the Packers' upcoming preseason contests.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Absent from practice once again

    Taylor (groin) missed practice Wednesday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports. Just as soon as Taylor returned to practice after being activated from the PUP list a week ago, he's again away from practice. There's still competition for Green Bay's third running back spot, but until either Taylor or Kylin Hill return to camp, that competition will be between Tyler Goodson and B.J. Baylor.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Back from PUP list

    Green Bay activated Taylor off the PUP list Wednesday, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. It's still unclear why Taylor was placed on the PUP list to begin with, but his term there lasted less than a week. He'll continue to compete for the Packers' third running back spot, and his toughest competition for that role, Kylin Hill, is still on the PUP list himself.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Vying for No. 3 RB spot

    Taylor is expected to be the No. 3 running back behind Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon with Kylin Hill still recovering from ACL surgery, Zach Kruse of USA Today reports. Hill, a seventh-round pick in 2021, was dynamic last preseason but ultimately sidelined for his entire rookie season after suffering an ACL injury, which vaulted Taylor into the No. 3 spot on the depth chart. However, Taylor saw touches in just four games, totaling 23 carries for 89 yards and one score. If Hill isn't ready to return by Week 1, Taylor figures to open next season in the same spot he finished 2021.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Finds work in four games

    Taylor finished the 2021 season with 23 carries for 89 yards and a touchdown. He also caught two passes for three yards. Taylor spent roughly the first half of the season on the Packers' practice squad, but he took over as the team's third running back after Kylin Hill (knee) went down for the season Week 8 and filled that role the rest of the way. With fellow running backs Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon under contract for 2022, Taylor will not be in position to climb the depth chart if he remains with Green Bay. However, Hill may not be ready to play Week 1, so Taylor could open next season in the same spot he finished this one.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Finds paydirt in finale

    Taylor ran 11 times for 53 yards and a touchdown and caught two passes for three yards in Sunday's 37-30 loss to the Lions. Taylor and AJ Dillon shared the backfield duties with Aaron Jones (knee) sidelined, and the former set career highs in carries and rushing yards while tallying both the first receptions and touchdown of his career. Jones should return for the Packers' playoff opener in two weeks, which presumably will put Taylor back in a bit role.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Takes career-high six carries

    Taylor had six carries for 18 yards in Sunday's 37-10 victory over the Vikings. Taylor did not take a carry until halfway through the fourth quarter of Sunday's contest, but the six he recorded from there on out were the most he's tallied as a professional. He could top that number Week 18 should the Packers elect to limit top running backs Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon -- or hold them out altogether with the NFC's top seed in hand.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Not involved in Week 12 win

    Taylor did not play a snap on offense in Sunday's 36-28 victory over the Rams. Taylor suited up Sunday for the fourth game in a row, but with Aaron Jones returning to action after missing one game and part of the previous one with a knee injury, Taylor was not involved in the game plan. With Jones getting an extra week to recover thanks to the Packers' Week 13 bye and AJ Dillon also handling a heavy workload, expect Taylor to again be limited to special teams work -- at best -- when the Packers return to action in Week 14.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Takes four carries as backup

    Taylor had four carries for 11 yards in Sunday's 34-31 loss to the Vikings. There was talk that another player or two could fill the backup role behind AJ Dillon with starting running back Aaron Jones (knee) inactive for Week 11, but it was Taylor who wound up filling the spot. While Taylor set new career bests in both carries and rushing yards, he was only on the field for 15 snaps, and his four touches paled in comparison to Dillon's 17. Jones has not been ruled out for Week 12, but it seems likely the Packers will hold him out with a bye on the schedule the following week. As such, Taylor figures to handle the backup duties -- which will likely remain minimal -- for another game.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: May not handle backup role Week 11

    Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said Wednesday that Taylor will need to be ready for the No. 2 running back role while Aaron Jones (knee) is unavailable, but the coach also suggested the Packers may look at other options for backup duties behind fill-in starter AJ Dillon, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. With Jones expected to miss only a week or two, LaFleur likely is referring to a potential practice squad promotion to challenge Taylor, rather than bringing in a free agent from outside the organization. The Packers have Ryquell Armstead and Kerrith Whyte on their practice squad, while Taylor has been active as the No. 3 back ever since Kylin Hill suffered an ACL tear Week 8. The No. 3 role wasn't expected to come with any work outside of garbage time, but Taylor took two carries for seven yards after Jones made an early exit from Sunday's 17-0 win over the Seahawks. With that in mind, Taylor is the most likely candidate to handle No. 2 duties Sunday against Minnesota, though it may not come with many touches behind Dillon.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Pressed into duty

    Taylor had two carries for seven yards in Sunday's 17-0 victory over the Seahawks. Taylor has been with the Packers since signing with the team as an undrafted free agent in 2020, but he spent his entire rookie season on the non-football injury list and was on the practice squad for the first eight weeks of the current campaign. He was promoted to the active roster prior to Week 9 after fellow running back Kylin Hill (knee) landed on injured reserve, and he finally got a chance to take his first NFL carries after another running back -- Aaron Jones -- went down with a knee injury in Sunday's contest. Taylor could get more work in the near future, as per Adam Schefter of ESPN, Jones is expected to miss 1-2 weeks of action. However, AJ Dillon figures to handle the bulk of the backfield duties until Jones is ready to return.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Signs with Packers

    Taylor signed a contract with the Packers on Thursday. Taylor was waived by Green Bay at the end of August and has spent time on the team's practice squad to begin the regular season. The 23-year-old hasn't yet made his regular-season debut in the NFL but will serve as the Packers' No. 3 running back after Kylin Hill suffered a torn ACL last week.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Remains fourth on depth chart

    Taylor had eight carries for 48 yards and one reception for seven yards in Saturday's preseason game against the Texans. He also lost a fumble in the contest. Taylor was efficient when he touched the ball, but the fumble certainly didn't help his chances of securing a roster spot, and the running back directly ahead of him on the depth chart -- Kylin Hill -- likely locked himself into the No. 3 spot on the depth chart in Saturday's game. With the Packers likely keeping only three running backs, Taylor is on the outside looking in with one preseason game to go.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Nine carries in preseason opener

    Taylor had nine carries for 22 yards in the Packers' preseason opener against the Texans. Taylor was not efficient with his opportunities, but he did lead the Packers in carries in their first exhibition contest. Taylor entered the game after Kylin Hill and ahead of Dexter Williams, suggesting he currently sits fourth on the depth chart with two preseason contests to go.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Nursing groin injury

    Taylor is currently managing a groin injury, Matt Schneidman of the Athletic reports. Taylor missed his entire rookie season due to a foot injury that dates back to his time at Memphis, but his current stint on the PUP list is due to a groin issue. If the young running back can't get back on the field sometime in August, he could find himself on the outside of Green Bay's depth plans at the position.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Added to NFI list

    Taylor (undisclosed) was added to the reserve/non-football injury on Saturday, Mike Spofford of the team's official site reports. Taylor spent all of training camp on the active/non-football injury list and will now shuffle to the NFI list for the remainder of the season as he continues to recover from an undisclosed injury.
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