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.
The Nathan Peterman #Bills era ends with 3 TDs, 12 INTs and a 32.5 passer rating.
— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) November 13, 2018
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