The Los Angeles Chargers felt disrespected that the Buffalo Bills decided to turn to rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman ahead of their Week 11 matchup, according to Dan Woike of The Los Angeles Times. “This week? Really? Changing to a rookie quarterback for his first start? Against us?” said Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward. “I’m pretty sure we might’ve felt a little disrespected. We’ve got two really good pass rushers, probably the top tandem in the NFL. We’ve got really good corners. We’ve got really good safeties. They do it against us?” Hayward’s comments came after the Chargers picked off Peterman five times in the first half alone, resulting in a 37-7 Los Angeles lead at halftime and a 54-24 rout of the Bills overall. “We just took advantage of the disrespect,” added Hayward.
Chargers felt disrespected by Bills starting Nathan Peterman
Fanrag Sports | Nov 20