Published: Mon, December 04, 2017
Sports | By Spencer Underwood

Tyrod Taylor carted to locker room with knee injury vs. Patriots

Tyrod Taylor carted to locker room with knee injury vs. Patriots

Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor was carted away from the sideline with what the team said was a knee injury early in the fourth quarter against the New England Patriots.

Nathan Peterman, the dude who hurled eleventy-billion interceptions in his first ever National Football League start, would replace Taylor.

Buffalo trailed New England 23-3 when its starting signal caller headed to the locker room; hopes of a comeback were slim even with him under center. This is Peterman's first National Football League action since Week 11 when he threw five interceptions against the Los Angeles Chargers.

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By video, it does not appear Taylor's left knee injury is serious.

Taylor had passed for just 65 yards and rushed for another 32 for only 4.8 FanDuel points before exiting. But now the end of Taylor in Buffalo is looking like an injury-forced reality.

Peterman is the third quarterback used by the Bills against the Patriots. Under Peterman's direction, though, the Bills figure to be more hapless offensively than they were throughout the first three quarters of Sunday's contest.

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