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The Las Vegas Raiders released quarterback Nathan Peterman on Tuesday. Peterman was serving as Derek Carr's backup after Marcus Mariota (quadriceps) was injured in the Week 2 game, but Mariota is fully healthy now, so the Raiders decided to move on from Peterman. The 27-year-old signal-caller carried the ball two times for two yards while playing four offensive snaps in the Week 5 loss to the Chicago Bears, but that's all the action he's seen in 2021. Peterman has played in two games for the Raiders in the last two seasons, and he has only four games started in his four seasons in the NFL, all coming with the Buffalo Bills in 2017 and 2018.
Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Nathan Peterman completed 16-of-24 pass attempts for 172 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions on Saturday in the Raiders 17-16 win over the LA Rams. The 27-year-old also had five carries for 35 rushing yards. Peterman has been solid for Las Vegas through two preseason games, making a case to be the Raiders No.2 QB behind Derek Carr since Marcus Mariota continues to be sidelined with a leg injury.
The Las Vegas Raiders re-signed quarterback Nathan Peterman to a one-year contract extension on Thursday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Peterman will stick around as a developmental signal-caller for the Raiders behind Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota in 2021. The 26-year-old was selected in the fifth round (171st overall) by the Buffalo Bills back in 2017. He played in eight games (four starts) for Buffalo in 2017-18 and had 548 yards on 68-for-130 passing with three touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Peterman got into only one game for Las Vegas last season and completed three of his five attempts for 25 yards. He will strictly be quarterback depth for the Raiders next season.
The Las Vegas Raiders re-signed kicker Daniel Carlson, quarterback Nathan Peterman, offensive tackle David Sharpe and defensive backs D.J. Killings and Dallin Leavitt on Thursday. Carlson made 19 of his 26 field-goal attempts (73.1 percent) in 16 games last year for the Raiders. The 25-year-old will have to prove he belongs in training camp. He should be ignored in fantasy drafts this fall. Peterman is now at least third on the QB depth chart after the Raiders signed Marcus Mariota in free agency. He didn't play at all last season and threw one touchdown and seven interception in four games (two starts) for Buffalo in 2018.
The Buffalo Bills released quarterback Nathan Peterman on Monday. Peterman has been so bad that the Bills went with Matt Barkley over him in Week 10. Barkley was serviceable in the win, but Buffalo is hoping that rookie Josh Allen (elbow) will be ready to face the Jaguars in Week 12. In four games for the Bills this year, Peterman completed just 54.3 percent of his passes for 296 yards on 81 attempts with only one touchdown and a whopping seven interceptions for a 30.7 QB rating. The Bills also have veteran Derek Anderson on the roster.
Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said he remains confident in quarterback Nathan Peterman. Peterman was passed over for Matt Barkley in the Week 10 blowout win over the Jets. Barkley threw for 232 yards and two touchdowns. With rookie Josh Allen (elbow) potentially returning to the starting gig after the Week 11 bye, both Peterman and Barkley will likely go back to backup roles. Peterman is one of the worst quarterbacks ever to play in the NFL.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman finally got to finish a game that he started. However, it didn't go any better than his other three starts as the second-year pro threw three interceptions in the Bills 41-9 loss to the Bears at New Era Field on Sunday. His second pass of the day that was picked off was returned for a touchdown, meaning the former Pitt star now has as many pick-sixes (three) as touchdowns in his career. The interception was his 11th in 95 attempts, moving him to the top of the list for the most interceptions with less than 100 tosses during the Super Bowl era, per Pro Football Reference. In eight career games, he has completed 52.3 percent of his passes for 549 yards to go along with 12 interceptions for a quarterback rating of 32.5. Peterman, who was 31 of 49 for 189 yards against Chicago, is not worth a look in fantasy even if the 24-year-old starts against the Jets in Week 10.
Buffalo Bills quarterbacks Derek Anderson and Nathan Peterman look to be in for a rough day Sunday against the Chicago Bears. As of now, it is unclear who will get the start. It would appear Derek Anderson has little chance, since hes still in concussion protocol, but the Bills remain hopeful that he can play. Whoever gets the start, theyll face a tough Bears defense that is 2nd in the league in interceptions and 3rd in forced fumbles. With the Bills offense a complete mess right now its easy to avoid either of these guys in all formats. This is not the group of guys to go with on a low owned stack in DFS.
With Buffalo Bills quarterback Derek Anderson (concussion) suffering a concussion on Monday night in the loss to the Patriots, Nathan Peterman is expected to start under center in Week 9 against the Bears, according to sources. Thing just keep going from bad to worse for the lowly Bills. Buffalo hasn't scored an offensive touchdown in weeks and will now be forced to turn back to Peterman, who has completed only 40.6 percent of his 32 attempts on the year while throwing one touchdown and four interceptions. You should only be starting a Bills player if you're desperate. Chicago's defense/special teams will be an elite play this week. The Bills can't get rookie QB Josh Allen (elbow) back soon enough.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen left the game Sunday with an apparent elbow injury. Before he was forced off the field, Allen went 10-for-17, which was good for 84 yards. He also ran four times for 20 yards. This is obviously bad news for the Bills, watching their franchise quarterback go down. However, it seemed like only a matter of time before something bad happened. Allen has been running for his life the entire season and has been taking big hits constantly. Nathan Peterman relieved Allen, and completed half of his 12 attempts, while also throwing a touchdown and two interceptions. Regardless of who is behind center for the Bills, its best to avoid them in any format. The lack of protection and reliable receivers will make for very rough outings.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman became the 11th different signal caller to start in Week 1 for the Bills since Jim Kellys final season. Unfortunately, the prestige of functioning as the teams starter may be short-lived, after a performance that can charitably be labeled as forgettable. Peterman completed just five passes for 24 yards, before being replaced by Josh Allen with 11:22 remaining in the third quarter. He also tossed two interceptions, and finished the contest with a passer rating of exactly 0.0, as his ineffectiveness, and the general deficiencies of Buffalos offense combined with inclement weather and a relentless Raven defense to create a highly uncomfortable experience for Peterman and the Bills attack. While Buffalos Week 2 starter has yet to be determined, Peterman hardly inspired confidence that he should operate in that role.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman has been benched in Week 1 against the Ravens. Peterman was downright atrocious. He went 5-for-18 for 24 yards and two interceptions with the team trailing 40-0. Rookie quarterback Josh Allen has entered the game and should start in Week 2. The Bills are a mess, not just at the QB position, as their offensive line won't do Allen any favors moving forward. If you can, it's probably best to avoid any Buffalo player in fantasy.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman will open the regular season as the starting quarterback for Week 1. Peterman clearly outperformed rookieJosh Allen and former BillAJ McCarron. Peterman was very efficient this preseason, going 33 of 41 for 431 yards to go along with three passing touchdowns and one interception. Allen, on the other hand, seemed to be a little overmatched and even admitted to being taken back at how fast the game moved at the NFL level. Peterman shouldn't be considered for any fantasy roster. Allen has some dynasty appeal, and he has the potential to be fantasy relevant after learning the playbook and getting more in-game experience.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman got the call with one minute to go in the second quarter of the Bills 26-13 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. He came into the game to replace starter Josh Allen, who exited the game to be checked for a possible concussion. Allen was cleared to return, but Peterman continued for the remainder of the game. Peterman was very effective, leading the Bills on two touchdown drives on the first two possessions of the second half, highlighted by a 17-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jason Croom. Even though Peterman was very sharp, it should be noted that this performance was against Cincinnati's second and third units, not the top one that hounded the Bills and seated Allen for five first-half sacks. Things are getting very interesting in Buffalo. Peterman keeps playing well and AJ McCarron(shoulder) is eyeing a return in the near future. These two, along with Josh Allen, have a good shot at the starting quarterback position for Week 1. However, none are worthy as a starting quarterback in standard leagues.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman is now fully in the hunt for the starter's role. A.J. McCarron's early-game shoulder injury Friday against the Cleveland Browns has appeared to clear a path for either Peterman or strong-armed rookie Josh Allento take on Week 1 duties. Peterman, although extremely limited, (two games started in 2017 rookie season, 24-for-49 for 252 yards, two scores, five interceptions) has more in-game experience then Allen and perhaps has more playbook knowledge than the younger Allen. Peterman's performance in the 19-17 victory can only enhance his chances for this open competition. He was eight of 10 for 113 yards, a score and no interceptions. Allen's skill set is superior to the more conservative Peterman (comparatively speaking of course). The next two preseason games will be crucial in determining the starter. At this point, given the fact that these players are still developing, neither QB should be considered in 12-team standard leagues.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman played relatively well in the team's first preseason game of the year. Peterman completed nine of his 10 passes, including connecting with former Carolina wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin for a touchdown in the Bill's opening possession. In addition to his lone TD of the game, Peterman finished with 119 passing yards and an interception and kept himself in the running to potentially open up the season as the top man on the depth chart.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman should be considered a serious contender for the starting job to open the season. He has rotated first-team snaps with AJ McCarron, with rookie Josh Allen mostly working with the third-team offense. Peterman has looked sharp so far, including completing 10 of his 13 passes in 11-on-11 drills in minicamp practice last Tuesday. So far, Peterman has outplayed McCarron, but a lot can happen between now and the end of training camp. Peterman doesn't have much to work with in the passing game, though, and would be a mediocre QB2 option for fantasy owners if he's starting in Week 1.
Buffalo Bills quarterback AJ McCarron was outplayed by Nathan Peterman during minicamp practice Wednesday with the first-team offense. McCarron had several passes batted down at the line of scrimmage and had troubles connecting with his receivers. Peterman, on the other hand, was solid with his reads and accuracy. Peterman has been the top guy so far in the five practices open to the media. Rookie Josh Allen has seen some work with the first unit, too, but Buffalo is bringing him along slowly. A lot can change between now and training camp, but this battle figures to go down to the wire, and we can't completely rule out Allen, either. Allen obviously has the most long-term upside, but no Buffalo quarterback will be particularly intriguing in redraft leagues this year.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman said he has worked with quarterback guru Tom House and others at his training facility in California in the offseason. It doesn't matter much, as Peterman is set to back up A.J. McCarron to begin the 2018 season after Peterman threw just two touchdowns and five interceptions (all in one half against the Chargers) in parts of four games in his rookie season. The Bills are fully expected to draft another quarterback early in this year's draft, too.
Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman(concussion) is expected to clear the concussion protocol and return to practice this week. He was concussed in the Bills Week 14 matchup against the Colts and has been in the concussion protocol since. Even if he is able to return to the field, he will likely only be backing up Tyrod Taylor and is not fantasy relevant as a result.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman (concussion), who practiced in full the last two days, has been ruled out for Week 15 against the Dolphins. Peterman will sit out with Tyrod Taylor (knee) back in the saddle under center after a one-game absence. Peterman performed better in the Week 14 snow game than he did in his first career start against the Chargers, but the Bills leaned on the running game to hide him in tough conditions. As long as Taylor stays healthy the last three games of the season, Peterman will remain the backup.
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy (knee) and quarterback Nathan Peterman (concussion) both practiced in full Thursday after being limited the day before. The Bills were likely resting McCoy coming off a large workload in last week's snow game. He should once again be the focal point of the offense in Week 15 in a great matchup against the Dolphins. McCoy remains a high-end RB1. Peterman looks on track to be active this weekend, but with Tyrod Taylor (knee) expected to return after a one-game absence, Peterman should go back to holding a clipboard on the sidelines.
Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman(concussion) remains limited at practice due to being in the concussion protocol. Peterman is not likely to start for the Bills this week, as it is unclear if he will leave the protocol in time for Sunday's matchup against the Dolphins. In addition, Tyrod Taylor(knee) will be the starter if he is healthy enough to return, which appears likely at this point.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman (concussion) is in the league's concussion protocol after suffering a scary head injury in the Week 14 win over the Colts, according to head coach Sean McDermott. It remains to be seen if Peterman can clear the concussion protocol in time for Week 15, but even if he's able to, it's looking like Tyrod Taylor (knee) has a chance to return under center against the Dolphins. Peterman was very mediocre on Sunday, albeit in terrible passing conditions in a blizzard, and he could remain the backup for the rest of the year if Taylor remains healthy.
Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman looked improved in Week 14 action against the Colts prior to leaving the game with a concussion. Despite blizzard-like conditions, Peterman completed five of his 10 passes for 57 yards and a touchdown. While those numbers aren't spectacular, the weather conditions must be taken into account, which made it nearly impossible to throw the ball. Additionally, his performance was far better than his first NFL start in which he threw five interceptions. The quarterback position is a mess for the Bills, with both Peterman and former starter Tyrod Taylor(knee) now battling injury. If Peterman is able to get through the concussion protocol this week, it should be assumed that he will be the starting quarterback for the Bills in Week 15 as they take on the Miami Dolphins. Despite the improvement, even if he starts, fantasy owners should look elsewhere for a starting quarterback.
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