The Buffalo Bills find themselves right back where they were at the start of training camp: Without a starting quarterback.
Coach Sean McDermott chose not to say Monday if it will be Nathan Peterman or rookie Josh Allen under center Sunday for the home opener against the Los Angeles Chargers.
“Still going through it,” McDermott said. “Certainly respect where everyone is coming from on it. Going to continue to evaluate where we are, dotting the i’s, crossing the t’s. Take it one step at a time.”
It may flabbergast Bills fans to hear that Peterman is still under consideration after he melted down yet again Sunday. The second-year veteran finished 5 of 18 for 24 yards and two interceptions – a quarterback rating of 0.0 – in an embarrassing 47-3 loss to the Ravens. It’s the second time in three career starts Peterman has been pulled from the lineup because of performance.
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— Democrat & Chronicle (@DandC) September 10, 2018
The Bills suffered the second-worst loss in the 59-year history of the franchise on Sunday. https://t.co/irRxLHIlO0
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— Deadspin (@Deadspin) September 10, 2018
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