Nathan Peterman To Start At Quarterback For Buffalo Bills This Sunday
Earlier this morning Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott announced that rookie Nathan Peterman would be the starting quarterback for the Buffalo Bills over Tyrod Taylor. McDermott said this about the move "I’ve been impressed with the maturity from Nathan Peterman I’m comfortable making a calculated risk to try and get us where we need to go.”" Peterman played at Pittsburgh last year where he led the Panthers to a 8-5 record. If the Bills season ended today, the Buffalo Bills would be a part of the six team AFC field. Some of the Bills insiders have reacted in the tweets below. What do you make of the move? Let us know below.