Tyrod Taylor is back as the Bills’ starting quarterback, but he won’t have Nathan Peterman backing him up or Cordy Glenn protecting his blind side. Bills coach Sean McDermott announced today that Taylor will start on Sunday against the Dolphins. Taylor missed last week’s game with a knee injury. In that game Peterman started but left with a concussion, and McDermott announced that Peterman is still in the league’s concussion protocol. That means Joe Webb will serve as Taylor’s backup.
Bills’ Tyrod Taylor to start, Nathan Peterman in concussion protocol, Cordy Glenn to IR
Pro Football Talk | Dec 15