Tyrod Taylor carted off vs. Patriots, Nathan Peterman gets chance at redemption

Tyrod Taylor carted off vs. Patriots, Nathan Peterman gets chance at redemption

Tyrod Taylor carted off vs. Patriots, Nathan Peterman gets chance at redemption

Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor managed to get his job back in just enough time to get injured to the point that he needed to be carted off the field on Sunday.

The Bills were unable to move the ball well enough through the air for the entirety of their game against the Patriots, and it was a major contributing factor to the team's 23-3 loss on Sunday. Peterman threw five interceptions on just 14 pass attempts in the first half of his lone start - a 54-24 setback to the Los Angeles Chargers on November 19. The results were predictable for a fifth-round pick who was unspectacular in college, as the Pittsburgh product threw five interceptions in the first half before being relieved by Taylor after intermission.

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The Bills may have a real reason to sit Tyrod Taylor now.

This latest development, however, lends further credence to the notion that Buffalo will be moving on from Taylor after this season. A big reason for that is they can't seem to find a quarterback. And while Rob Gronkowski may have made the stupidest decision of the afternoon, the game certainly did not come without its share of stupidity from the Bills sideline.

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