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Nathan Peterman Stinks Worse Than Anyone Has Stunk Before

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This morning when you and I woke up, the Buffalo Bills were the 6 seed. Like, in the real world. No, I’m serious, they were a playoff team. They got smoked last week and Tyrod Taylor looked awful. He gave up 47 points to the Saints and certainly deserved some form of punishment for that. But no one, and I mean no one, deserves to be forced to watch Nathan Peterman play professional football. That’s cruel and unusual punishment that I could’ve sworn the Geneva Convention made super illegal many moons ago.

Yet, here we are. Tyrod is riding the pine while Peterman is out there slinging the rock to players exclusively not wearing the same uniform as he. I’m trying to type this as fast as humanly possible and get it uploaded to the world wide web before the Bills get the ball back and the Peter Man throws his fifth of the first half. Rick Ankiel had a better debut pitching than Peterman did at QB. Even if you think Tyrod is garbage juice and shouldn’t play, surely running the Wild Cat for four straight quarters would be a better strategy than what the Bills are doing right now.

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UPDATE BEFORE THE BLOG WAS EVEN POSTED – While I was selecting the feature image, Nathan Peterman did the impossible. He threw his fifth interception of the first half. He got the ball back with one minute left in the second quarter and threw the ball directly to the Los Angeles Chargers.