Nathan Peterman Finishes With Worse QB Rating Than If He Just Spiked Ball Into Ground Every Play Of His Career

Nathan Peterman is statistically the worst quarterback to play in the NFL post-merger. That’s all you need to know, but the stats are even funnier.

Aaron Rodgers could throw 1,240 consecutive interceptions on 1,240 straight pass attempts and still have a better career TD to INT ratio than Nathan Peterman.

Nathan Peterman once threw 3 interceptions and zero touchdowns in a game and his passer rating went up from 20.8 to 30.7.


Nathan Peterman finishes his tenure with the Bills with a lower QB rating than if he simply spiked the ball straight into the ground on every play of his career.

Vontae Davis is looking smarter