Bills revert to Tyrod Taylor as starting QB after Nathan Peterman disaster

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Peterman threw five interceptions in a single half before the team pulled him and replaced him with Taylor.

"That's all part of the process", McDermott said.

But McCoy said he did not have any animosity toward those around him for last, namely head coach Sean McDermott who made the choice, and Peterman, who struggled.

Yet, for at least this week - which is only as far as McDermott has decided about his starting quarterback - Taylor is back in charge of the offense with the hope of getting his team to the playoffs. "You don't really see rookies come in and kill it in this league".

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"I wouldn't have sensed anything like that coming", Eric Wood said. "We're in the hunt. Everyone wants to do their best to win the game".

"When you go through the situation, where we are and where we're going, I feel like it's the right thing for this team", McDermott said.

It is safe to say the turnover-averse Taylor, who has three picks all season, would have given Buffalo a much better opportunity to win in Los Angeles. "But right now it's about the Chiefs and whatever it takes to finally win week in and week out. As a team, this is a big opportunity for us to go on the road, against a very good team, and go out there and perform well". Taylor entered the game in the second half and finished the game with 15 of 25 passes completed for 158 yards and a touchdown. "I'm always trying to find ways to get better, and there are ways that I can get better and I'm attacking those each and every day".

"I never play looking over my shoulder", Taylor said. If McDermott truly thought Peterman was a better option to get the Bills to the playoffs this season, it seems to be wishful thinking.

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