Nathan Peterman Has Another Horrible Performance for the Buffalo Bills

Nathan Peterman Has Another Horrible Performance for the Buffalo Bills

In classic Peterman style, the Bills quarterback throws several interceptions in a losing effort.


If you thought after my previous article regarding my roast of Buffalo Bills quarterback Nate Peterman that I would follow up with a redemption-esque story, well you're quite wrong. Peterman started for the Bills last week and produced a performance that only "Pickerman" could. He threw three interceptions and the team could only muster up nine points in another deflating loss to the Chicago Bears.

Was I surprised by this outcome? Frankly no. Did I think "Pickerman" would throw a couple interceptions during the game? Yes. Peterman is the laughing stock of a franchise that was surrounded by hope at the start of the season. A team in which they were coming of their first postseason appearance in 17 years. He started week one for this team for Pete's sake. He was the guy who was believed to be the face of this team. But, he showed that he isn't that guy and will never be that guy. His talents have been evaluated time and time again. Which leads me to my next points: why is this guy still on our roster? Wait, why is this guy still in the NFL?

EJ Manuel, a former Bills quarterback who like Peterman, couldn't get it done in the NFL had a lot to say after watching Peterman's poor performance. He wrote on Instagram that, "I usually never open up about my situation in Buffalo, but the fact that this guy has had multiple games with four-plus interceptions...and I still don't have a job in the league?...UNREAL."

Listen, I hated Manuel. He was terrible for our organization and he couldn't produce wins. But I've got to agree with him here. It really makes no sense to myself or to many loyal Bills fans why this guy still has a roster spot. Candidly, it is disrespectful to our fan base to have a guy who is terrible of a player hold the reigns of quarterback. Is there really no one else that we can sign?

Now I wouldn't EJ to come back. I really hope he doesn't. But there has to be someone out in free agency or a guy that we could trade to come into Buffalo and turn the mojo around. I've sat around and watched this organization produce a losing record year after year. I've seen quarterbacks with high promise play for the Bills and after their short and non-impressive tenures lose any football credibility they may have had. But this fan base, which is so devoted to their Buffalo Bills deserves more. If the general manager is not able to figure that out then I would be deeply surprised.

Now, this was not intended to be a sappy article describing the horrors of being a Bills fan. We all know them by now. Instead, this is more of a cry for help. For anyone listening in the Bills organization or coaching staff to get Nathan Peterman off of the roster as soon as possible. Please, before we embarrass ourselves any more.

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To All Student-Athletes Beginning Their Respective Seasons, Remember Why You Play

You are going to get tired. You are going to get worn out...


Dear athlete,

The season is by far the most exciting time of the year. Big plays, good memories, traveling new places, and winning championships... But yet another promise is that season is also exhausting.

You are going to get tired. You are going to get worn out...

But remember that this season of your life doesn't last forever. Remind yourself why you play.

You play this sport because you love the game. You love the competition, you love your teammates and the friendships that you've formed, you love the lessons you learn aside from the physical aspect.

So each day, continue to choose the game.

It's not easy. But if it was, everyone would do it. But discomfort is where progress happens.

Quit dreading practices, quit wishing for rain, quit complaining about conditioning, and quit taking for granted a busy schedule that is literally made just for you. Tens of thousands of young girls and boys would do anything to be in the position (literally) that you are in. Take advantage of being a role model to those young kids who think the world of you.

Freshmen, this is what you have wanted for so long. Take advantage of the newness, take advantage of the advice, encouragement, and constructive criticism that your older teammates give you. Soak it all in, four years goes by really quickly.

Sophomores, you now know how it works. Be confident in your abilities, yet continue to learn and grow mentally and in your position.

Juniors, prepare to take the lead. Use this season to, of course, continue to sharpen your skill, but also recognize that you're over halfway done, so mentally and physically ready yourself to take the seniors' lead next year.

Seniors, this is it. Your last year of playing the sport that you love. Be a good leader, motivate, and leave your mark on the program in which you have loved for so long. Encourage the athletes behind you to continue the traditions and standards set by the program. Lay it all on the field, leave it all on the court, and leave your program better than you found it.

Take the season one day at a time and, each day, make it your goal to get better. Get better for your team, for you pushing yourself makes everyone else work even harder. So even if you don't get a lot of playing time, make your teammates better by pushing yourself so hard that they have no other choice than to push themselves too. And when a team has every single player pushing themselves to the max, success happens.

Take advantage of this time with your teammates and coaches, for they won't be your teammates and coaches forever.

No matter what year you are and no matter what your role is this season... GROW. You are an integral part of your team and your program.

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Till's Return: The Gorilla Is Back

Liverpool's Darren Till Is Ready To Take Out Everyone


The #3 ranked fighter in the welterweight division former title challenger Darren Till has recently expressed that he is ready to get into the octagon multiple times this year as he aims to get that top spot in the division. He has said since UFC 228 with the bout between himself and the current UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley he has essentially reassessed the situation. He is ready to capitalize on the lessons he has learned while showing why he is still the biggest challenger in the 170-pound division.

He has called out all names but he has not hesitated to express his interest in getting that rematch with the champion "The Chosen One" Tyron Woodley because he knows and is confident he has the skill to defeat Tyron. The Gorilla is definitely ready to be the Main Event on the London card in March but there is no clear set opponent yet.

Rumors began to spread in the mix martial arts world that Darren Till would be facing Colby Covington but it was not set in stone. Darren would have much more to win if he took on Colby and dismantled him. He would resolidify himself as the #1 Title challenger as Colby would have a lot more to lose. Colby Covington does not seem to be on the best of terms with the UFC as is so it seems like this would be the most appropriate fight to make since Kamaru Usman vs Tyron Woodley was booked for UFC 235 for the belt.

Darren Till is absolutely ready to get back into action but many would like to see him step into the Middleweight division and show what he can do. He does not want any rest and wants to fight 3 times or more in 2019 as it looks to be a promising year. The Gorilla recently received a call out for the London card by #9 ranked welterweight Jorge Masvidal as they both share the same amount of interest in the past but the fight was never booked.

Another huge fight he has interest in is with the "Style Bender" from the middleweight division, top prospect Israel Adesanya which would be absolute madness and would be a huge sell for the business. But in the meantime, he does believe he will stay at welterweight even though the division is in a very weird place right now. He expressed his dislike for Colby but knows the game Colby Covington is trying to play. A fight between Darren Till and the (Former?) Interim Title holder Colby Covington would definitely put a clear understanding to who the next title challenger could be in the division for Tyron Woodley.

The 26-year-old has 17 wins and 1 loss with 1 draw in his mix martial arts career. The last time we saw the #3 ranked "Gorilla" Darren Till was when he took on Tyron Woodley who become the first person to finish and stop Darren giving him his first loss at UFC 228. It is very exciting to see Darren so hungry and eager to get back in the cage. Hopefully, it will be in the Main Event in London.

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