Tyrod Taylor reportedly says he's OK after injury

Randolph Lopez
December 5, 2017

Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor was carted off the field during the fourth quarter of his team's matchup against the rival New England Patriots on Sunday afternoon.

According to Bills head coach Sean McDermott, Taylor suffered a patellar tendon contusion against the Patriots, but MRI results showed that the quarterback avoided ligament damage to the knee. Nate Peterman entered the game as his replacement.

Taylor was having a rough day and appeared to have some trouble with the knee after taking a sack in the first half of the game.

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Nathan Peterman, the dude who hurled eleventy-billion interceptions in his first ever National Football League start, would replace Taylor. Due to the injury and the uncertainty of it heading into the week, McDermott would not give any indication if Taylor would be ready to play by Sunday.

When the Bills' promising first drive against the Patriots ended in a bone-headed interception by Tyrod Taylor, you just knew that it was going to be one of those days once again. The results were predictable for a fifth-round pick who was unspectacular in college, as the Pittsburgh product threw five interceptions in the first half before being relieved by Taylor after intermission.

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