Published: Mon, October 15, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Twitter Roasts Bills QB Nathan Peterman For Horrendous Pick-Six Vs. Texans

Twitter Roasts Bills QB Nathan Peterman For Horrendous Pick-Six Vs. Texans

Josh Allen had to leave Sunday's game against the Houston Texans after injuring his throwing arm.

It was the 39th receiving touchdown of Hopkins's career and third of the season.

Another former Gamecock, Jadeveon Clowney, also got in on the play, though not in the way his team necessarily wanted - he drew an unsportsmanlike penalty for taunting the Bills after the score.

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Peterman chalked up his pick-six, returned 28 yards by Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph, to being "just a bad decision" on a short pass toward the sideline intended for wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin.

The Bills had a chance to tie after that, but Kareem Jackson intercepted Peterman with 35 seconds left to secure the victory.

"At the end of the game. he was probably trying to do too much", McDermott said.

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He said that first of all they need to go back to the tape from today, watch and learn from their, and particularly his poor mistakes, before moving on to this crucial divisional match-up.

"I thought there are just so many lessons out there for me to learn and get better from", Peterman added.

"The Bills signed the 35-year-old Derek Anderson on Tuesday with plans to have him mentor Allen". We're going to look at the film and see where we are.

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"It still wasn't a question of whether, 'Do you want to run routes?' and I declined", Benjamin told reporters.

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