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Nate Peterman to start at QB; Taylor inactive

10 December 2017

Rookie quarterback is expected to start for the on Sunday in place of the injured, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Taylor is questionable for Sunday's contest against the Indianapolis Colts and "considered a game-time decision by Bills coach Sean McDermott".

This has been the expectation after Nathan Peterman received all the first-team reps at practice this week.

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Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported on Friday that Taylor could be active on Sunday but serve as Peterman's backup.

While beating the 3-9 Colts at home should not be hard, Peterman did throw five interceptions - yes, five - in the first half of his National Football League debut a few weeks back. "It definitely helped to get out there again and kind of be able to complete some balls and things like that on this past game, but my confidence has always stayed high".

As for the inactive list, Taylor is the headliner, and the Bills will also be without cornerback Leonard Johnson, offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson, left tackle Cordy Glenn, tight end Khari Lee, and wide receiver Brandon Reilly. It's a downgrade for Kelvin Benjamin's outlook.

Nate Peterman to start at QB; Taylor inactive