Buffalo Bills News: Losing patience with Peterman

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The Buffalo Bills have another decision to make at quarterback after a whole summer of uncertainty. That and more in today’s Morning Charge.

Maybe the Buffalo Bills should have held onto AJ McCarron for a bit longer.

The team spent all summer deciding on a starting quarterback and Nathan Peterman won the job. Now his job security is in question after only one start.

Bills fans saw a horrific performance on Sunday that was so bad it led to rookie Josh Allen being rushed into action in a Week 1 blowout. Sean McDermott has a decision to make.

Should Allen be in there this Sunday? If the goal is to win then he sure should be. But if the focus is on the future, Peterman will get another chance to prove that he can indeed start and actually have some success. He has yet to reach the final whistle in any of his three starts.

The entire team was a disaster in Baltimore but the main focus for every NFL team will always be the quarterbacks. We look at this and more in today’s edition of The Morning Charge.

The Nathan Peterman experiment must end now (BuffaLowDown, Shaun Brennan)

Peterman won the competition fair and square. But that was the preseason, when opposing teams weren’t playing at a normal NFL level.

Three up and three down after Week 1 (BuffaLowDown, Shaun Brennan)

There weren’t many positives from Week 1, but we managed to find a few. Then of course came those pesky negatives.

Yes, Nathan Peterman may start again (PFT, Mike Florio)

Another take on the Bills starting quarterback situation. At this point Peterman may be the sacrificial lamb behind this offensive line while Allen continues to learn from the sidelines. But that could be a risky plan if McDermott doesn’t want to lose the confidence of his players.

Report: Patriots sign former Bills WR Corey Coleman (Bills Wire, Nick Wojton)

The Patriots are taking on another former Bills player, although Coleman was only in Buffalo for a few weeks. Will he finally turn his career around in New England? It’s unlikely, but we shall see.