To call Nathan Peterman’s first NFL start a nightmare would be a disaster to nightmares everywhere. The Buffalo Bills signal caller threw interceptions on each of his first two drives (one of which was returned for a touchdown).


He finished the first half with five picks.

The five interceptions in a half set a record for the Los Angeles Chargers franchise.

Twitter was rough on Buffalo’s quarterback.

Twitter was also rough on Sean McDermott, the coach who decided to bench Tyrod Taylor for Peterman.

Los Angeles finished the first half with a commanding 37-7 lead. It’s safe to say that McDermott is second guessing his decision.