Josh Allen injury, WR's revolt: Bills' day is tremendous disaster

Josh Allen injury, WR's revolt: Bills' day is tremendous disaster

"1 receiver", when asked by top pick Josh Allen before Sunday's game against the Houston Texans whether he'd like to work on some routes, bluntly told Allen no, according to Jenna Cottrell of 13WHAM. His performance was memorable, but for the wrong reasons. He discussed the turnovers with reporters after the game.

Peterman, you might remember, threw five interceptions in one half against the Los Angeles Chargers last season and is among the worst backup quarterbacks in the NFL. While Peterman did lead a go-ahead scoring drive that ended with a 16-yard touchdown pass to Zay Jones early in the fourth quarter to put the Bills up 13-10, he was picked off twice after that. "Can't chalk it up to anything more than that".

Allen's injury meant the Bills had to insert Week 1 starter Nathan Peterman, who is a known to be a turnover machine, into the game. "It's something I'm going to learn from". "I think everybody put that on their shoulders this week and just tried to give it all up for him".

"We have to have more respect for the football", McDermott said.

Despite Peterman having thrown 10 interceptions in seven regular-season and postseason appearances, McDermott continued to express confidence Monday in Peterman while leaving the door open for Anderson to take over the No. 2 quarterback job.

Peterman's first pass after taking over was incomplete and his second one was short of the first down, and the Bills added a 52-yard field goal to get within 10-6.

"Sometimes the ball can come out a little bit quicker, sometimes the play can be better, but we're all working hard to improve every area of the offense". With the game later tied in the fourth quarter, Peterman was intercepted by Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph, who returned it for the game-winning touchdown.