The Worst Starting QBs In Each NFL Team’s History

Buffalo Bills: Nathan Peterman

With starting QB Tyrod Taylor struggling, Buffalo fans clamored for head coach Sean McDermott to give fifth-round rookie Nathan Peterman a shot under center. McDermott obliged, and in Week 10 of the 2017 season Nathan Peterman made his first career NFL start. Peterman proceeded to complete six passes to his own team and five passes to the other team. The five-INT day wasn’t enough to sway McDermott away from starting Peterman again (and again). By season’s end, Peterman had appeared in four regular seasons games and totaled just 252 yards of passing. The pick-happy Peterman didn’t just stop there – he also threw a pick on one of his three attempts in Buffalo’s Wild Card defeat to the Jaguars.

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