Round 5, 171st Overall: Nathan Peterman, QB (Pitt)
The most polarizing selection of the 2017 NFL Draft for the Buffalo Bills has to be Nathan Peterman for all the wrong reasons.
The former Pitt Panther would start his first game in Week 11 versus the Los Angeles Chargers and it would be a start that would haunt his NFL career for ever. Proceeding to throw 5 interceptions in the first half and left the field with a 37-7 deficit at halftime. The coaching staff appeared to have seen enough and Tyrod Taylor would come in trying to save the game from getting even worse.
He would get another chance to start versus the Indianapolis Colts, which would go down as the Snow Bowl, and had the best start of his career throwing for 57 yards and a touchdown before leaving with a concussion.
Unfathomably, Peterman would get another chance to play the next season, actually starting the season as the Bills quarterback. Having a horrendous opening game versus the Ravens throwing for 24 yards and 2 interceptions. He would start one more game against the Bears and would perform poorly again ending his starting career in the NFL.
Peterman now resides on the Las Vegas Raiders and was the third string last season. He has his work cut out for him with the Raiders signing Marcus Mariota in free agency.