Tyrod Taylor knee injury doesn't appear to be season-ending


Taylor would eventually come into the game in the second half in relief of Peterman, who put up an all-time bad performance in his first National Football League start.

Taylor was carted off of the field with a knee injury. According to team's official Twitter account, Taylor was quickly ruled out after being carted off and was replaced by Nathan Peterman. A fourth down incompletion kept the Patriots up 23-3, however, and it looks like the Bills are on their way to their sixth loss of the season. This is Peterman's first National Football League action since Week 11 when he threw five interceptions against the Los Angeles Chargers. Given the events of the past few weeks, the Bills might decide to go with the rookie even if Taylor's injury doesn't turn out to be serious.

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McDermott did not know Monday if Taylor would be able to play this Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, but said, "when healthy, Tyrod is our quarterback". The results were predictable for a fifth-round pick who was unspectacular in college, as the Pittsburgh product threw five interceptions in the first half before being relieved by Taylor after intermission.