After punting a game last week while in the wild-card race, the Buffalo Bills are going back to Tyrod Taylor at quarterback. It was easy to see that backfiring, but nobody predicted Peterman would be as bad as he actually was.
"Tyrod Taylor will be our starting QB this week", McDermott said. It's expected that the more experienced Taylor will remain the starter so long as the team is in playoff contention, but if things head further south for the Bills, Peterman could get another look late in the season. "Just like last week, I thought the right thing to do was to start Nate". "It was my decision and it will always be about what's best for our team". No quarterback since the merger has thrown five interceptions in the first half of a game.
Last week, McDermott benched Taylor in favor of rookie fifth-round pick Nathan Peterman.
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It's hard to believe the 5-5 Bills were once 5-2 as they have since re-established themselves as a snafu, something that so many Bills teams have been since the drought era began 18 years ago. After Peterman was pulled, Taylor completed 15-of-25 passes for 158 yards and one touchdown, adding 38 rushing yards and another score on the ground.
For the present, Taylor is back at starting quarterback.