Bills coach: QB Allen will regain starting job when healthy

Lynette Rowe
November 14, 2018

The team started veteran quarterback Derek Anderson the following week, after signing him less than two weeks before that. He compiled a 32.5 quarterback rating. Barkley led Buffalo to a 41-10 win against NY. He tallied just 188 passing yards and three picks in that game. He threw three interceptions, including one that was brought back for a touchdown.

Former Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman leaves Buffalo as one of the most turnover-prone players in the history of the NFL.

Peterman, 24, appeared in eight games in his two seasons in Buffalo and made four starts.

The 41 points alone topped the 33 Buffalo combined to score in its previous four games, and marked almost half of the 96 points the Bills scored through their first nine games.

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In the big picture, the Bills are grooming Allen - not Barkley - to be their long-term starter.

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Peterman spent last season as Tyrod Taylor's backup before being named the starter for a November 19 game at the Los Angeles Chargers.

Peterman was a fifth-round pick in the 2017 National Football League draft.

Despite Peterman's significant struggles, McDermott stuck with Peterman to start the 2018 season and went back to him again when Allen suffered an elbow injury in Week 6 against the Houston Texans.

With the Bills entering their bye week, there's a very good chance of Allen being back behind centre on November 25, when Buffalo (3-7) next takes the field hosting the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Now that Peterman is no longer a member of the Bills, fans were breathing a sigh of relief.

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