After the blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints, they've decided to make a change.
Peterman to start at QB SundayA big decision has been made by Bills head coach Sean McDermott.
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Peterman took over and went 7 of 19 for 79 yards and a touchdown over the final two drives.
Though McDermott says he remains confident in Taylor, he decided to make the move to see if Peterman can make Buffalo a better team.
"We're here for more than five wins".
"Because I believe in Tyrod", McDermott said, "Tyrod is our starter".
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While that works out to $132,000 per player, it makes more sense to consider the impact in light of proportionate cap burden. Meanwhile, the Steelers are 5-1 ATS versus a team with a winning record and 3-1-1 ATS in their last five Thursday games.
"I thought he did some good things", McDermott said of Peterman after Sunday's game. Given that the Bills have turned their offense over to Peterman, it's hard to picture Taylor remaining in Buffalo.
Taylor, 28, has been benched despite completing 64.2 percent of his passes this season and scoring 12 touchdowns while only throwing three interceptions.
The Bills have lost two straight and are 5-4 this season, but at first glance, the move doesn't seem to make much sense.
Last week, Taylor managed just 56 yards, nine completions and one interception in a blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints.
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