Taylor was carted off of the field with a knee injury. He was 9-of-18 for 65 yards and an interception that came at the goal line at the end of the first Bills drive of the game. 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.
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. It was unclear on what play Taylor got injured. Under Peterman's direction, though, the Bills figure to be more hapless offensively than they were throughout the first three quarters of Sunday's contest.
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This was Peterman's first appearance in a game since throwing five interceptions in the first half of a 54-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on November 19.
While Taylor's status for Sunday's game is uncertain, McDermott said Monday that it looks good for wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin to practice after missing the past two weeks with a torn meniscus in his knee.