There is a lot of talk right now about how Nathan Peterman could end up being the starting quarterback for the Buffalo Bills in 2018.
And this time it is not anything negative.
Peterman had himself a nice minicamp and is apparently in the running to be the team’s starting quarterback. And that is no hot take this time around.
It is a true open competition in 2018, although I am still skeptical about Peterman’s real chances to win the job. It would only happen if AJ McCarron looks awful and the team refuses to play Josh Allen no matter how great he looks.
But if Peterman wins the job outright then good for him. It should not be seen as a bad thing, as long as he doesn’t win the job by default and have more bad outings like the impossibly bad one he had last season.
Here’s a look at some of the other news surrounding the Buffalo Bills in a Monday edition of The Morning Charge.
Buffalo Bills News:
A post-minicamp look at the battles along the offensive line (BuffaLowDown, Daniel Hahn)
This article provides a great in-depth look at the position battles at every offensive line position. Our Daniel Hahn also offers up projected starters and some other names to watch.
Robert Foster remains a player to keep an eye on (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
Another look at Robert Foster, the undrafted free agent who is trying to make a name for himself in Buffalo this season. He didn’t have a stellar college career at Alabama but he gets a fresh start with the Bills this summer.
Zay Jones has to “earn his way” into Bills lineup (PFT, Josh Alper)
This article provides a nice quote from Brandon Beane about how Zay Jones won’t automatically slot in as a starter upon his return. That is good news for players like Foster and others in camp looking to sneak into the starting lineup this year.
Can Nathan Peterman win the Bills’ starting quarterback job? (CBS Sports, Sean Wagner-McGough)
And finally, a look at some of the buzz surrounding Peterman following the conclusion of mandatory minicamp. This will be a storyline all summer and perhaps Peterman will indeed end up winning the job.
But he still has a long way to go to earn that position.