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Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 13 19
@ 19 19
vs 26 21
@ 8 18
@ 21 20
vs 32 24
@ 2 16
@ 4 16
vs 7 18
vs 28 21
@ 30 22
@ 27 21
vs 19 19
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vs 16 19
vs 1 13
@ 28 21
vs 21 20

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2020 25 9 11
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Fantasy News

  • Bears' Nathan Peterman: Signs one-year deal with Chicago

    The Bears signed Peterman to a one-year contract Wednesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Peterman spent the last two seasons in Las Vegas, appearing in two games and totaling 15 offensive snaps. The 2017 fifth-round pick will compete with Trevor Siemian for the backup spot behind Justin Fields.
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  • Nathan Peterman: Reverts to practice squad

    Peterman reverted to Las Vegas' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Peterman was added to the active roster to serve as the backup quarterback to Derek Carr with Marcus Mariota placed on the reserve-COVID-19 list. The veteran did not see any game action against Denver on Sunday. Now back on the Raiders' practice squad, he will likely remain there barring an injury to either Carr or Mariota.
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  • Raiders' Nathan Peterman: Added to active roster

    Peterman was activated from the practice squad Sunday. Peterman will serve as the primary backup quarterback after Marcus Mariota was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. This will be just the second time this season that Peterman is active. In his last game, he played four snaps and had two rushing attempts for two yards, but barring an injury to Derek Carr, he isn't expected to see the field Sunday.
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  • Raiders' Nathan Peterman: Plays whole game again

    Peterman completed 18 of 29 passes for 175 yards, a touchdown and an interception in Sunday's 34-10 preseason loss to the 49ers. Peterman once again played the entirety of the offensive snaps to end his extensive preseason involvement. Although he found Nick Bowers for a 16-yard touchdown in the third quarter, Peterman was picked off on his next drive. The veteran now will await his fate as he hopes for a roster spot behind Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota.
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  • Raiders' Nathan Peterman: Ready to compete

    Peterman (elbow) is healthy and ready to compete for a roster spot in 2020, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. An elbow injury ended Peterman's 2019 campaign early, but it appears his health is back up to par ahead of the upcoming season. He's the clear No. 3 quarterback on the Raiders' roster after Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota, but Peterman will work to convince the team to keep three quarterbacks during training camp.
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  • Raiders' Nathan Peterman: Lands on injured reserve

    Peterman was placed on injured reserve Monday with a small tear in the supporting ligament in his elbow, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Peterman had an impressive preseaon for the Raiders as he completed 71.4 percent of his passes for 475 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions while also rushing 12 times for 78 yards. The 25-year-old remained behind Derek Carr and Mike Glennon on the depth chart, but there was the potential for him to receive another look elsewhere if the Raiders waived him. Instead, Peterman will move to IR while he recovers from the ligament injury.
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  • Raiders' Nathan Peterman: Leads preseason comeback win

    Peterson completed 23 of 37 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns in Thursday's preseason win over the Packers. The former Bill led the Raiders' offense on two scoring drives in the fourth quarter to engineer a comeback victory, finding De'Mornay Pierson-El for a seven-yard TD with a little over five minutes left in the game and then guiding the team into field-goal range for Daniel Carlson's 33-yard game-winner inside the final 10 seconds. Peterman remains stuck behind Derek Carr (who got the night off) and Mike Glennon (who played the first quarter Thursday) on the Oakland depth chart, but this performance could earn him a look from another club in need of a backup QB with some experience if he doesn't make the cut for the Raiders.
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  • Raiders' Nathan Peterman: Receives contract from Oakland

    Peterman signed a reserve/future contract with the Raiders on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Peterman's struggles with the Bills over the last two years have been well-documented with just three touchdowns compared to 12 interceptions in eight games. Josh Allen is the clear future for Buffalo and Matt Barkley will be a serviceable backup, so the Bills cut Peterman in November. According to Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com, coach Jon Gruden likes Peterman's athleticism and sees a chance to reinvent him. "Hopefully, we can take him into the offseason program. See if we can restart him and get him going," Gruden said. Peterman will battle AJ McCarron to be Derek Carr's backup in 2019.
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  • Nathan Peterman: Cut loose by Buffalo

    The Bills waived Peterman on Monday. Peterman was horrendous in eight spot appearances during his two-year tenure in Buffalo, posting a completion percentage of 52.3, interception rate of 9.2 percent and three touchdowns on 130 career passes. With the impressive showing from Matt Barkley on Sunday against the Jets and the expected return to health of Josh Allen (elbow) in Week 12 following a bye week, Peterman was on precarious footing. The Bills made the logical move with their 53-man roster, even if it meant admitting defeat with the development of the 2017 fifth-round pick.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Potential starting assignment up in the air

    Head coach Sean McDermott would not commit to Peterman starting Sunday against the Jets in the event that Josh Allen (elbow) and Derek Anderson (concussion) cannot play, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports. Anderson has already been ruled out for Week 10, so he will not be an option for the Bills this week. Allen has not played in almost a month, and although he will get three days of practice in this week, he is not a lock to play, either. That would put Peterman in line for another start, but McDermott's comments at his Friday morning press conference leave the door open for Matt Barkley to start if Allen ultimately is ruled out as well. Expect more details on the Bills' quarterback situation to emerge in the near future.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Makes costly error after replacing Allen

    Peterman completed six of 12 pass attempts for 61 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions during Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Texans. He also gained two yards on his only carry. Peterman was called into action after Josh Allen went down with an elbow injury late in the third quarter. He helped capitalize on a Texans turnover with a 16-yard touchdown pass to give his side the lead, but he threw interceptions on back-to-back drives in the fourth quarter, including one that was returned for the decisive touchdown. The severity of Allen's injury has yet to be determined, but in the event that he's forced to miss time Peterman could step in as the starter. However, given his track record of ineptitude -- he had a five-interception game last season and was awful in the 2018 opener against Baltimore -- the team could turn to Derek Anderson or pursue outside options if the rookie Allen is facing an extended absence.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Sticking in No. 2 role

    Coach Sean McDermott said Peterman would remain the Bills' No. 2 quarterback Sunday against the Texans, Matthew Fairburn of The Athletic reports. While McDermott relayed that the signing of veteran quarterback Derek Anderson doesn't change Peterman's standing with the Bills, it's unclear if that will hold true in the weeks to come. Since Anderson didn't attend training camp with any team and will presumably need time to get up to speed with the Buffalo playbook after he first joined the roster Tuesday, it was never likely that he would suit up Sunday. Once Anderson gets acclimated to his new home and puts in some practice time, his more extensive NFL experience could give him the edge on the understudy gig over Peterman, who owns a career 43.3 percent completion rate and 2:7 TD:INT across his five regular-season outings.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Still in mix to start

    Coach Sean McDermott said Monday that he's still evaluating Peterman and Josh Allen, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports. Peterman was replaced by the rookie in the third quarter of Sunday's 47-3 loss to Baltimore after completing just five of 18 passes for 24 yards with a pair of interceptions. Allen only completed six of 15 passes for 74 yards, but he at least managed to avoid turnovers while closing out the game in garbage time. The Bills don't seem to be in any rush to name a starter for a Week 2 matchup with a Chargers team that memorably picked Peterman off five times last year. Even if it doesn't happen this week, Allen likely will take over the starting job soon enough.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Odds to start improve

    The Bills traded AJ McCarron -- who had been competing with Peterman and rookie Josh Allen for the starting job -- to the Raiders on Saturday. Peterman and Allen had seemingly pulled ahead of McCarron in recent weeks, but this makes it official that one of them will start Week 1 against the Ravens. The Bills have yet to make that announcement, though we'd give the slight edge to Peterman based on his superior preseason play and the fact he already has one NFL season in the books.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Building case to start

    Peterman completed 16 of 21 passes for 200 yards and a touchdown and added seven yards on two rushes in Sunday's 26-13 preseason loss to the Bengals. Peterman entered after Josh Allen exited with a possible concussion in the final minute of the first half (Allen was later cleared). Peterman led touchdown drives on the first two possessions of the second half, capping the first with a 17-yard scoring pass to tight end Jason Croom. While Peterman looked terrific, it's important to note that he didn't have to face a starting Cincinnati defensive line that engulfed Allen with five sacks in the first half. Between his strong preseason play and the injury statuses of Allen and AJ McCarron (shoulder), Peterman's building a case to start Week 1 in Baltimore.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Holds on in second half

    Peterman completed eight of 10 passes for 113 yards and a touchdown in Friday's 19-17 preseason win over the Browns. Peterson has completed 17 of 20 passes for 232 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in two preseason games, after playing most of the second half on a surprisingly eventful night. AJ McCarron was ineffective then injured, and Josh Allen made a case for the starting job by leading the Bills to 13 points on three drives. With McCarron's injury believed to be a collarbone fracture, Peterman may be left to battle with just the rookie for a starting job. Another job battle update should be available once the Bills provide details on McCarron.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Back with first-teamers

    After working behind AJ McCarron for practices Wednesday and Thursday, Peterman was back with the first unit again Friday, Mitchell Courtney of the Bills' official site reports. "It was part of the plan from the beginning," said coach Sean McDermott. "Because we went red zone, we wanted to make sure that Nate [Peterman] and AJ [McCarron] had time in the red zone. If we stuck with the normal rotation, Nate [Peterman] would have gone again." Thursday was the first time this summer that one of the two quarterbacks saw the bulk of the first-team work on consecutive days, but McDermott is now saying that was all by design. That still can't change the fact most observers say McCarron has looked better through the early part of training camp, so we'll continue to consider Peterman the No. 2 in this race, with No. 7 overall pick Josh Allen remaining the long-term answer no matter what happens.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Falling behind to McCarron?

    Peterman's teammate AJ McCarron took first-team reps at Bills practice for the second consecutive day Thursday, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports. Peterman had been flip-flopping with McCarron in terms of practicing with the first team all the way back to minicamps, so there's a chance McCarron -- who has been the favorite to win the three-man job -- has started to pull ahead. Friday's full practice session will prove more telling. If we had to pick one of the three quarterbacks (seventh overall pick Josh Allen is the other contender) to lead the team for the first drive of the regular season, it'd be McCarron, but rest assured this is still a battle and all it often takes in this type of situation is one player having a stellar preseason game or string of practices. The team doesn't appear close to naming a concrete starter just yet.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Currently No. 1

    The Bills traded Peterman's teammate, Tyrod Taylor, to the Browns on Friday in exchange for a third-round pick. The deal won't become official until Wednesday when the new league year opens, though everybody -- including Taylor himself -- has confirmed it's a done deal. That leaves Peterman, who's about to enter his second season, as the top quarterback left for the Bills, though it's almost a certainty the team brings in a start-able free agent with the newfound cash, or at least goes after one of the top four quarterbacks in the draft. It's also possible both of those things happen. We'd be shocked if the Bills went into 2018 with Peterman as the main guy, but the team does like the 2017 fifth-rounder and there's a decent chance he'll serve as the No. 2 QB this season.
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  • Bills' Nathan Peterman: Clears concussion protocol

    Peterman was cleared from the league's concussion protocol Monday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports. Peterman did not suit up for Sunday's matchup with the Dolphins due to his concussion, but it appears that will be the extent of his absence, barring any setbacks this week. Expect Peterman to reclaim his role as the Bills' backup quarterback behind Tyrod Taylor.
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