Ok, enough is enough here with the whole retired QB as your starter. Derek Anderson has been in the league for 13 years, and since he has been named the starter for Buffalo, he has managed a grand total of ZERO touchdowns. With the exception of Peterman’s 5 pick game last year, he looks like pretty much the same guy (including the pick 6s), except he does not know how to get the ball in the endzone. We get it, you couldn’t trot Peterman out there last week because you were afraid to upset the locker-room (and the fan-base.) Now that you are 2-6 and the season is over, why not put Peterman out there to finish what you started. He is either going to fetch you a top 3 pick in the draft if he is terrible, or he is going to show that he is at least worthy of a future back-up role.
Is there anything worse than seeing Anderson out there when you know he has NO chance of being on this team next year?! Peterman knows the playbook and it’s time to finish the experiment once and for all. Chances are that Josh Allen will not see the field again this year so at least try and get some free evaluation in there while you still can. Afraid of losing the locker-room? Give me a break, this team’s offense is historically bad and I have a feeling that after the offensive performance last night, the D is going to pack it in no matter what. Don’t waste the rest of your games trying to piece together 1 or 2 more wins with Anderson, name Nate the starter, and stop treading water. There is only one goal for this team, and that is to find out if the future QB of the Buffalo Bills is already on the roster or not.