With Tyrod Taylor presumably parting ways with the Bills, Nathan Peterman is left to run the show next season. The Buffalo Bills had a tough time at the quarterback position in 2017. Their play caller the last three seasons, Tyrod Taylor, had a rough year that was plagued with injuries and mistakes. Show More Summary
Nathan Peterman would enter the game. Tyrod Taylor would leave the Bills’ game against the Jaguars with less than two minutes to go after being taken down by Dante Fowler. More to come.
Tyrod Taylor is back as the Bills’ starting quarterback, but he won’t have Nathan Peterman backing him up or Cordy Glenn protecting his blind side. Bills coach Sean McDermott announced today that Taylor will start on Sunday against the Dolphins. Taylor missed last week’s game with a knee injury. In that game Peterman started but [more]
Joe Webb is wearing blue again, which makes the Bills the opposite of blue. According to Mike Rodak of ESPN.com. the Bills third-string quarterback was back to wearing a blue offensive jersey in practice Thursday, instead of the red ones reserved for quarterbacks. That makes it reasonable to assume the Bills feel good about the [more]
The Bills ended Sunday’s game with Joe Webb at quarterback and it’s going to be a few days before the team knows who will be available for their Week 15 game against the Dolphins. Webb replaced Nathan Peterman in the second half of the team’s overtime win over the Colts and coach Sean McDermott confirmed [more]
Philadelphia's Carson Wentz, Houston's Tom Savage, the Jets' Josh McCown and Buffalo's Nathan Peterman each left their respective games with injuries
The Bills have a playoff hope, but they’re running out of quarterbacks. Bills coach Sean McDermott told reporters after Sunday’s overtime win over the Colts that Nathan Peterman was in the concussion protocol, throwing his status for the coming week in doubt. Peterman took a shot to the head from Colts linebacker Antonio Morrison while [more]
Bills rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman has been shaken up after a run and replaced by third-stringer Joe Webb against Indianapolis
Such that a quarterback is of much use in Buffalo today, the Bills are down to their last one. Joe Webb is in the game for the Bills, after Nathan Peterman was hit in the head on a running play. Peterman was outside the pocket and on the move when he was hit in the [more]
The Bills are on their third-string quarterback. The Buffalo Bills are down to third-string quarterback Joe Webb, who has spent much of his career as a receiver after Nathan Peterman suffered what looked like a head injury in a snowy...Show More Summary
Peterman threw five interceptions in one half in his first NFL start.
After suffering a knee contusion last week, Taylor was listed as a game-time decision. Now, he will not play against the Colts on Sunday. Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor suffered a patellar contusion in his knee against the New England Patriots in Week 13. Show More Summary
The end of the Nathan Peterman era has ended. For now. The Bills rookie, nearly three weeks after a five-interception first-half performance against the Chargers, is expected to start on Sunday for Tyrod Taylor, who has a knee injury. The report of Peterman starting comes from Adam Schefter of ESPN. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media [more]
The Nathan Peterman experiment is over for the foreseeable future -- as long as Tyrod can suit up
Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor was again replaced by Nathan Peterman during Sunday’s 23-3 loss to the Patriots, but the reasons were different than the previous time that the rookie took the reins of the offense. Taylor was carted off late in Sunday’s loss after injuring his knee. Bills coach Sean McDermott said after the game [more]
The Bills will finish their game against New England with Nathan Peterman at quarterback.
The last time Peterman was on an NFL field he threw five interceptions in 30 minutes of football
Nathan Peterman is back in at quarterback for the Bills, but it wasn’t coach Sean McDermott’s choice this time. Tyrod Taylor was carted to the locker room in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the Patriots after suffering a knee injury. Taylor had a towel over his head as the cart made its way [more]
Nathan Peterman would take over at QB. Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor would be carted to the locker room with a knee injury against the New England Patriots, and out for the game. Taylor would be replaced with Nathan Peterman at quarterback. What does this mean for the Bills? They have to hope for the best. Show More Summary
Last week, the Buffalo Bills thought they had everything figured out when they benched Tyrod Taylor in favor of Nathan Peterman. Five interceptions later and it turned into a complete nightmare. On Sunday, the Buffalo broke out of their losing streak with a win against the Kansas City Chiefs and although Tyrod Taylor didn’t have […]