Taylor caught one of three targets for five yards in Saturday's 35-14, divisional round loss to the Patriots.
Taylor's unremarkable performance in his final appearance of the season was par for the course in an underwhelming rookie campaign. He lost a battle for the slot receiver job to pending free agent Eric Decker this past offseason but shouldn't have much competition for that role next year with Tennessee unlikely to invest more draft capital into the wide receiver position after selecting Corey Davis and Taylor in the first and third rounds, respectively, of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Taylor caught his only target for four yards in Saturday's 22-21, wild-card round win over the Chiefs.
Taylor continues to see minimal usage with all three of the wide receivers ahead of him on the depth chart healthy. Don't expect that to change this postseason.
Taylor finished without a catch but contributed a five-yard run in Sunday's 15-10 win over the Jaguars.
The win secured a playoff spot for Tennessee, but the rookie wideout didn't have much of a hand in that accomplishment. While Taylor has big-play potential thanks to his speed and ability to make defenders miss in the open field, he didn't get to showcase those skills much in a rookie season that finishes with 16 catches for 231 yards and a touchdown in addition to 43 yards on eight rushing attempts.
Taylor wasn't targeted in the passing game, but he did produce an eight-yard rush in Sunday's 25-23 loss to the 49ers.
Taylor's redraft value is shot with all three wide receivers ahead of him on the depth chart healthy. The rookie third-rounder hasn't caught a ball in two weeks.
Taylor failed to catch his lone target in Sunday's 12-7 loss to the Cardinals.
Quarterback Marcus Mariota (knee) threw for 159 yards without a touchdown, so nobody in this passing game had a particularly successful outing. With fellow wideout Rishard Matthews (hamstring) back in the lineup for this one, Taylor was relegated to the No.4 wide receiver role behind Matthews, Corey Davis and Eric Decker. Taylor's value would remain minimal even if he leapfrogged one of the guys above him, as demonstrated by his quiet outings during Matthews' absence.