Tyrod Taylor to start against Chiefs

Tyrod Taylor to start against Chiefs

Tyrod Taylor to start against Chiefs

After losing the last two games in embarrassing fashion, Bills head coach Sean McDermott shocked the National Football League when he chose to bench starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor in favour of rookie Nathan Peterman, to turn their season around against the Los Angeles Chargers.

By the end of the first half of the Bills' loss to the Chargers, it was apparent that the move was the wrong one. It's expected that the more experienced Taylor will remain the starter so long as the team is in playoff contention, but if things head further south for the Bills, Peterman could get another look late in the season.

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McDermott said after the game that he didn't regret the decision to roll with Peterman.

"Tyrod Taylor will be our starting QB this week", McDermott said. "It's the right thing for our team". "There were also some plays yesterday that you look at and say 'That's pretty darn good'". Thirty-one different quarterbacks, including Peterman, have thrown more interceptions than Taylor's three this year.

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Nevertheless, Taylor is back into the starting lineup.

The Bills benched Taylor and started Peterman against the Chargers in Week 11, with abysmal results. He also ran for a score. The team will face the Kansas City Chiefs on the road on Sunday.

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