Bills release QB Nathan Peterman

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In one of the least shocking moves of the NFL season, the Buffalo Bills have released quarterback Nathan Peterman heading into Week 11.

Peterman has been one of the worst quarterbacks the league has seen in a long time. Every time he stepped onto the field for the Bills, fans could count on one thing — turnovers would be forthcoming.

Things were so bad after the last time he played that a disgruntled Bills fan actually set up a GoFundMe account to get him out of Buffalo.

In the light of Matt Barkley’s amazing Week 10 performance, and due to the fact that rookie Josh Allen is going to start once again the next time Buffalo plays, this move was a gimme for the organization.

In eight career games, Peterman has completed 52.3 percent of his passes for 548 yards with three touchdowns and 12 interceptions.