Tyrod Taylor carted off against Patriots

Tyrod Taylor carted off against Patriots

Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor managed to get his job back in just enough time to get injured to the point that he needed to be carted off the field on Sunday.

Before exiting on a cart with a towel over his head, Taylor stumbled through one of his worst games of his three-year career as the Bills starter.

He was later ruled out with a knee injury.

The Bills (6-5) began the fourth quarter facing a 23-3 deficit to the Patriots (9-2).

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New England Patriots linebacker Eric Lee intercepted his first National Football League pass in the red zone against the team that released him off of the practice squad two weeks prior. The results were predictable for a fifth-round pick who was unspectacular in college, as the Pittsburgh product threw five interceptions in the first half before being relieved by Taylor after intermission.

Nathan Peterman took over at quarterback for the Bills early in the fourth quarter against the Patriots.

It is clear Buffalo is not built to advance in the playoffs even if they were to somehow slip into the field.

His interception came against the Buffalo Bills in the first quarter.

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