Taylor has earned the label of "good, but not great" NFL starter and deservedly so. While he's nowhere near an elite performer, he's been solid throughout his career with a 54/20 career touchdown-to-interception ratio and solid rushing ability. With a shortened camp and no preseason games, the Chargers look to be wisely taking it slow with rookie Justin Herbert. While Taylor is no lock to handle the job all season, he's shown QB2 upside before. While more of an option in 2QB or superflex leagues, this news should keep Taylor (our QB37) on the radar. It looks like expectations for Herbert (QB22) should be tempered this season.