Bills bench QB Taylor, start Peterman against the Chargers

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By Mary Pesarchick // @HeyMom418

 

Well, “The Process” strikes again.

Head Coach Sean McDermott stunned everyone at his morning press conference announcing he was making a change at quarterback, benching quarterback Tyrod Taylor for rookie Nathan Peterman.   McDermott said it’s about “becoming a better team.”

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Streaker not the only thing exposed in Bills loss to the Saints

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By Mary Pesarchick // @HeyMom418

Near the end of the Buffalo Bills’ humiliating 47-10 loss to the New Orleans Saints, a streaker, with literally nothing except copious amounts of alcohol to protect him from the 47 degree temperatures, jumped out onto the field. The completely naked man, later identified as Tristan Lambright, 29, managed to run free for more than 70 yards before he was subdued by security.

Needless to say, the faithful fans who stayed to the bitter end of the game were delighted with this spectacle. They cheered loudly as Lambright sprinted to the end zone, accomplishing something that the Bills’ offense failed to do all day. Twitter exploded with fans’ observations that Lambright had a longer run from scrimmage than either running back LeSean McCoy or quarterback Tyrod Taylor had managed all season.

Some fans, not completely kidding, urged Bills general manager Brandon Beane to sign Lambright to the team. There were also suggestions that Beane sign the security personnel as they, unlike the Bills defense, actually managed to tackle a runner.

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Bills “Defending Their Dirt” and Gaining Momentum

By Mary Pesarchick // @HeyMom418

Bills 34 – Raiders 14

When head coach Sean McDermott finally hangs up his whistle at the end of his football career, he should take a job in marketing. McDermott has a slogan for every situation. He has them printed on signs hanging around the locker room. They are sprinkled throughout his speeches to the players and the media. For home games, McDermott came up with the catchphrase, “Defend Our Dirt,“ and went so far as to give each player a little glass jar containing some of the rubber fibers from the playing field at New Era stadium mixed with sand from training camp.

As corny as that may be, the message was received. The Bills are a perfect 4-0 at home following Sunday’s 31-14 win over the Raiders. This is the first time they have been perfect at home since 1995.

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