Nathan Peterman's stint as Buffalo's top passer didn't last long. Bills coach Sean McDermott announced Wednesday that Tyrod Taylor will return to his starting quarterback role for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. "It's the right thing for our team," McDermott told reporters. It's not a surprising decision after Peterman threw five interceptions during the first half of last week's 54-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Taylor played the entire second half in relief of the rookie and generated a pair of touchdown drives, making it clear to Bills fans who should be playing under center.
Tyrod Taylor to start for Buffalo Bills against Chiefs
NFL.com | Nov 22