Nathan Peterman may be the most famous quarterback in NFL history to only have a single start in his career.
The Buffalo Bills quarterback infamously started in place of Tyrod Taylor during Taylor’s brief benching in 2018, tossing a whopping five interceptions in less than one half of football, having about 33% of his pass attempts completed to the opposing team.
But in spite of the performance and the acquisition of AJ McCarron and top draft pick QB Josh Allen, Peterman is reportedly a “serious contender” for the starting job in Buffalo, per ESPN.
Reporters at Bills camp have noticed the improvement, saying Peterman looks like the best QB on the team, and the coaching staff is also taking note – giving him first-team reps along with McCarron in training camp. Allen is slated as the third-stringer.