Buffalo Bills wide receiver Percy Harvin joined the growing legion of Buffalo Bills players that are pretty happy with Tyrod Taylor winning the starting quarterback job.

Head coach Rex Ryan named the former Baltimore Ravens backup and Virginia Tech star the Week 1 starter, and Harvin says that he’s going to be fine.

"He’s going to be tremendous for this team,” he said. “With the weapons that we already have I think teams have to worry about that, but now they have to worry about his legs too with the 4.4 speed he puts on the field I think is going to be tremendously dangerous for opponents to prepare for us.”

Taylor’s athleticism will make him formidable, but he hasn’t started a game since Virginia Tech. Also, he threw only 35 regular season passes for the Ravens during the four years backing up Joe Flacco.

Taylor competed 24-of-31 passes for 236 yards (7.6 per attempt), while adding 11 carries for 108 yards and a touchdown during the Bills preseason.

By Glenn Erby

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