NFL owners might have decided last month not to make any changes to the league’s national anthem policy, which meant there would be no punishments for players who are using the anthem as a platform to protest racial inequality. But that doesn’t mean things won’t be changing next year. The Washington Post reported that if the players keep protesting until the end of this season, the league might well revisit the matter during the offseason.
After taking a few days to digest Nathan Peterman’s fart cloud of a debut, Bills head coach Sean McDermott told reporters this morning that maybe it would be best if Tyrod Taylor started at quarterback on Sunday at the Chiefs.Can’t wait till next week, when Joe Webb will be named the starter. At this point, McDermott is basically a sports-talk radio caller with a headset.
Anyone who still thinks the Bills were correct to bench Tyrod Taylor for the Nathan Peterman Turnover Loop yesterday need only look around the league. Jared Goff, Deshaun Watson, Carson Wentz, Alex Smith: all have either benefitted or improved this season because they play in offenses tailored to their strengths as dual-threat quarterbacks.
@dougmac1001 Harbaugh thought that because Kaep proved it in games, and Harbaugh knew how to design a suitable offense. No one thinks Peterman has a higher ceiling, nor is there any reason to think that: He's late-round pick who spent 2.5 months as a scout team QB. Huge difference.
@dougmac1001 You're cherry-picking. I followed the one line you mentioned from 3 weeks ago by detailing how flawed the offense was, in a piece about the likelihood of regression. You're also conveniently overlooking that Alex Smith got concussed & Kaep won 2 games before being named starter.
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