Tyrod Taylor carted to locker room with knee injury

Katrina Barker
December 5, 2017

Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor would be carted to the locker room with a knee injury against the New England Patriots, and out for the game.

While fantasy players won't be rushing to add Peterman off the waiver wire-especially after his five-interception performance the last time he played-the injury could also impact the rest of the Bills offense. Taylor had a towel over his head as the cart made its way off the field. Nathan Peterman wasn't any better in mop-up duty, completing six of 15 passes for 50 yards and adding nine yards on one carry. McDermott labeled Taylor as "day-to-day", as the Bills get ready for their upcoming game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Listen above as 98.5 The Sports Hub's Zolak & Bertrand go over why the Bills were stupid in their loss to the Patriots on Sunday. 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. This is Peterman's first National Football League action since Week 11 when he threw five interceptions against the Los Angeles Chargers. Taylor replaced Peterman in the second half of that game.

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