Bills QB Taylor exits with knee injury

Bills QB Taylor exits with knee injury

Taylor wrapped a towel over his head as he was carted to the locker room early in the fourth quarter.

With his having been benched previously when healthy, this may give the Bills the excuse to play Nathan Peterman the rest of the way even though Taylor's injury may not warrant his being out long. He completed 9 of 18 passes for 65 yards and one interception, and ran three times for 32 yards.

It wasn't immediately clear when Taylor was hurt, although he came up limping and favoring his right leg after being sacked on the game's opening play. 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.

He has thrown for 2,090 yards with 12 touchdowns and four interceptions in 12 games this season.

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

While Taylor's status for Sunday's game is uncertain, McDermott said Monday that it looks good for wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin to practice after missing the past two weeks with a torn meniscus in his knee.

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