Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor carted off the field

Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor carted off the field

Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor carted off the field

Nathan Peterman is back in at quarterback for the Bills, but it wasn't coach Sean McDermott's choice this time.

Buffalo Bills' quarterback Tyrod Taylor suffered an injury on the very first play of the team's Week 13 contest with the New England Patriots. That 23-3 score stood as the final result. At 6-6, the Bills have fallen behind the and must play the Patriots again, on December 24, as they try to find a path to an AFC wild card.

Taylor would eventually come into the game in the second half in relief of Peterman, who put up an all-time bad performance in his first National Football League start.

Taylor was having a rough day and appeared to have some trouble with the knee after taking a sack in the first half of the game. He threw a red-zone interception in the first quarter.

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Taylor had passed for just 65 yards and rushed for another 32 for only 4.8 FanDuel points before exiting.

The severity of Taylor's knee injury is unknown.

The Bills' playoff chances continue to slide after their latest loss to the Patriots, the NFL-record 27th time that has beaten Buffalo.

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