Bills HC Sean McDermott told reporters after Sunday’s win over the Chiefs that Tyrod Taylor will remain the team’s starting quarterback for Week 13’s game. “Tyrod’s our quarterback for next week,” McDermott said, per Ian Rapoport. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise after rookie QB Nathan Peterman threw five interceptions in one half and Taylor managed to be the Chiefs while completing 19-of-29 passes for 183 yards and a touchdown. While it’s clear that benching Taylor for Peterman was a big mistake, McDermott still appears to be taking a week-to-week approach regarding the quarterback position. Taylor’s long-term future in Buffalo remains in question, but at the very least he should have an opportunity to bolster his trade value in the coming weeks. Last week, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported that Taylor will be a “very viable trade chip” in 2018 based on his conversations with numerous NFL executives.