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Jan 7, 2024 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 8 30 3.8 10 0 3
Dec 24, 2023 3 4 1.3 2 0
Dec 17, 2023 1 6 6.0 6 0
Dec 11, 2023 4 30 7.5 14 0 5
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Until Taylor finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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2023 141 4.41 11 49 151.4
2022 31 3.10 1 17 30.2
2021 89 3.87 1 2 3 131.4
3y Avg. 60 3.75 0 2 10
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Finishes fourth on depth chart

    Taylor had 32 carries for 141 yards and 11 receptions for 49 yards over 11 regular-season games in 2023. Taylor easily had his most productive campaign as a professional, as he set career highs nearly across the board and ran for a respectable 4.4 YPC. He's been a trusted back for the Packers since 2021, but he spent the early portion of the season on the practice squad and was even waived before being brought back in late November. There's a chance he could return to Green Bay for a fourth go-around, but he ended the season fourth on the depth chart, so it would not be surprising if the Packers opt to go in a different direction.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Relegated to third string

    Wilson had three carries for six yards in Sunday's 48-32 victory over the Cowboys. Backfield mate AJ Dillon (thumb/neck) did not suit up Sunday, but it was Emanuel Wilson rather than Taylor who worked as the backup behind starter Aaron Jones. It looks like Wilson will be next in line for touches if Dillon misses another game, but Green Bay could turn to Taylor more frequently against the 49ers, as he has earned more trust than his counterpart in pass protection.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Takes eight carries late

    Taylor had eight carries for 30 yards in Sunday's 33-10 victory over the Vikings. The 30 yards tied a season high for Taylor, who finished second among Packers running backs in snaps, yardage and carries. All of his totes came in the fourth quarter, though, after fellow running back AJ Dillon left with a stinger and the game had essentially been decided. Taylor remains third on the backfield depth chart, but he could see an elevated workload again behind Aaron Jones if Dillon is unable to play in Week 18 against the Bears.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Four touches in Week 16

    Taylor had three carries for four yards and one reception for minus-1 yard in Sunday's 33-30 victory over the Panthers. Taylor tallied multiple touches for the fourth time in five games, but with both Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon suiting up in the same game for the first time since Week 11, he was relegated to the third spot on the depth chart. If both of his fellow running backs are able to go again in Week 17, expect Taylor to wind up in a similar role.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Limited impact in loss

    Taylor had one carry for six yards and two receptions for minus-4 yards in Sunday's 34-20 loss to the Buccaneers. With AJ Dillon (thumb) sidelined, Taylor worked as the backup behind Aaron Jones, and he played 26 snaps compared to the 29 that Jones received. However, Taylor only tallied three touches while Jones finished with 17. The Packers used a similar distribution in recent weeks when Jones was sidelined and Dillon wasn't, so there is little reason to expect much from Taylor -- he has not recorded more than six touches in a game this season -- unless both of his fellow running backs are unavailable.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Breaks long run in win

    Taylor had two carries for 29 yards in Sunday's 27-19 victory over Kansas City. Taylor worked as the backup running back for a second straight week with Aaron Jones (knee) out again, but the Packers opted to lean on AJ Dillon, who out-snapped Taylor 39 to 20 and recorded 19 touches to Taylor's two. It's not yet known if Jones will return for Week 14, but even if he remains sidelined, it's unlikely Taylor's role will change much.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Heads back to Green Bay

    The Packers signed Taylor off the Patriots' practice squad Monday. With Aaron Jones injured earlier in the season, Taylor appeared in four games for Green Bay, recording an 11-31-0 rushing line and 5-28-0 receiving on 10 targets. He then landed in New England after the Packers exhausted Taylor's elevations to the 53-man roster. With Jones (knee) hurt again and rookie Emanuel Wilson (shoulder) sidelined as well, Taylor is back to complement AJ Dillon.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Works as clear backup

    Taylor had two carries for two yards and caught two of five targets for five yards in Monday's 17-13 loss to the Raiders. With Aaron Jones (hamstring) unavailable, Taylor worked as Green Bay's No. 2 running back behind AJ Dillon. He played just over a third of the snaps -- far more than fellow reserve Emanuel Wilson -- but with Dillon having his best game of the season, Taylor was only minimally involved. The third-year back was signed to the 53-man roster Monday as the Packers had already exhausted all his practice-squad elevations for the year.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Elevated from practice squad

    The Packers elevated Taylor to their active roster Saturday ahead of Sunday's game against the Saints. Since this is the third time that the Packers have called up Taylor from the practice squad, they will have to sign him to their roster if they wish to continue fielding him for the rest of the season. Taylor split snaps with Emanuel Wilson behind AJ Dillon in their 25-24 loss to the Falcons in Week 2. Taylor has registered six carries for 23 yards in two contests this season.
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  • Patrick Taylor: Back to practice squad

    Taylor reverted to the Packers' practice squad Monday. Taylor was elevated for the second straight week from Green Bay's practice squad, garnering one carry for one yard while operating as the primary backup to AJ Dillon in the Packers' 25-24 loss to Atlanta. If Aaron Jones (hamstring) can't go again in Week 3 versus New Orleans, it's possible Taylor gets elevated again.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Shares backup duties in Week 2

    Taylor had one carry for one yard in Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Falcons. Taylor and Emanuel Wilson split the snaps behind AJ Dillon with Aaron Jones (hamstring) sidelined, but neither backup did anything of note. In fact, Taylor was more productive in Week 1 against the Bears when Jones was in the lineup. Unless Dillon goes down too, Taylor remains off the fantasy radar in most formats.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Promoted to active roster

    The Packers elevated Taylor to the active roster Saturday. Taylor has now been promoted to the active roster in consecutive weeks to kick off the year. He tallied five carries for 22 yards in the team's 38-20 season-opening victory over the Bears as the No. 3 back. If Aaron Jones (hamstring) does not get the green light, Taylor could again see some work in the backfield behind AJ Dillon and Emanuel Wilson.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Opens as third running back

    Taylor had five carries for 22 yards in Sunday's 38-20 victory over the Bears. Taylor was beaten out for a spot on Green Bay's 53-man roster by fellow running back Emanuel Wilson, but it appears that had more to do with keeping Wilson off waivers, as Taylor worked as Green Bay's third running back in Week 1 after being elevated from the practice squad. He did not get a carry until the game was well in hand, but he was effective with his opportunities. Starting running back Aaron Jones shined in Sunday's game but injured his hamstring, and Jones' backup, AJ Dillon, struggled to get much going. As such, Taylor -- at least to some degree -- is on the fantasy radar heading into a Week 2 clash with the Falcons.
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  • Patrick Taylor: Back with practice squad

    Taylor was picked up by the Packers' practice squad Wednesday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Taylor was competing for the No. 3 running back role on Green Bay's depth chart during training camp, but the team ended up going with Emanuel Wilson behind staples Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon. The 25-year-old has bounced back and forth between the Packers' practice squad and active roster the previous two seasons and it is looking like deja vu heading into his third season.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Scores in second preseason game

    Taylor had four carries for 12 yards and a touchdown and one reception for five yards in Saturday's 21-17 preseason loss to the Patriots. Taylor was not particularly busy in Saturday's contest, but that's because the Packers have a pretty good feel for what they have in him in his fourth season with the team. He remains the frontrunner for the third running back spot on the depth chart.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Tallies 11 touches in opener

    Taylor had six carries for 19 yards and five receptions for eight yards in Friday's 36-19 preseason victory over the Bengals. Taylor entered Friday's contest third on the depth chart at the running back position, and with Aaron Jones sitting out, Taylor was the second running back into the game behind AJ Dillon. Taylor was busy, racking up 11 touches and -- per Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com -- spending eight more snaps on the field than any other Packers running back. Taylor did not do anything spectacular and was outshined by rookie reserve Emanuel Wilson, so his grasp on the third spot may not be as secure as it was. However, the veteran Taylor remains the frontrunner for the job.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Signed to active roster

    The Packers signed Taylor from the practice squad to the active roster Monday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Taylor previously was on the active roster and made seven appearances before being waived at the end of November. He rejoined the team via a practice-squad deal and was elevated for three consecutive contests (Weeks 11-13). However, across his 10 total appearances, the running back has rushed just once for six yards across seven offensive snaps. He figures to garner a similar role as long as Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon are healthy. To make room for Taylor on the active roster, Green Bay waived Sammy Watkins on Monday.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Elevated to active roster

    Taylor has been promoted to the Packers' active roster ahead of Sunday's game against the Bears, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. With Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon both healthy, Taylor's role in Sunday's contest will presumably just be as a special-teams contributor. It will be his 10th game on the active roster this season.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Elevated from practice squad

    Taylor has been elevated by Green Bay from the practice squad to the active roster ahead of Sunday's road contest against Philadelphia. This will be the ninth week this season during which Taylor has been active for the Packers, as he's been signed and waived from the active roster twice but has rejoined the practice squad each time. Taylor hasn't been able to see the field much behind Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon, as he's logged only one offensive snap thus far. Meanwhile, the third-year back has racked up 78 special-teams snaps, and that's likely the primary role he'll play again Week 12.
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  • Packers' Patrick Taylor: Joins active roster

    Taylor was signed to the Packers' active roster from their practice squad Tuesday. Taylor's addition to the active roster comes as the team waived Kylin Hill on Tuesday. The 24-year-old has already appeared in seven games for the Packers this season, but has only seen one snap on offense. With Aaron Jones (shin) questionable for Thursday's game with the Titans, Taylor could be in for a considerable workload, if Jones were to sit.
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