Philip Rivers threw two touchdown passes to Keenan Allen and rookie Nathan Peterman tossed five first-half interceptions in his National Football League debut as the Los Angeles Chargers thumped the Buffalo Bills 54-24 on Sunday at the StubHub Center.
Coming off consecutive losses, the Bills benched Taylor in favor of the rookie Peterman for this week's game against the Los Angeles Chargers, sparking a national debate about whether Taylor deserved the demotion.
However, by that time, the Bills were down by 25-plus points and any statistics Taylor put up must be measured with a grain of salt.
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Backup running back Austin Ekeler burned through the Bills defense for the 21-yard touchdown, which proved to be the nail in the coffin for Buffalo.
In fairness to Peterman, the first interception he threw was more on his receiver, with a tipped pass being picked off by Chargers linebacker Korey Toomer for a touchdown.
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One week after a heartbreaking overtime loss in Jacksonville, the Chargers snapped a two-game skid and got back into fine form on both sides of the ball.
Taylor hit LeSean McCoy with a 12-yard TD pass on fourth down in the fourth quarter.
Nick Novak's second field goal, a 27-yarder, gave the Chargers a 27-7 cushion midway through the second quarter.
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The move blew up in the Bills' face right away as Peterman threw five interceptions. He completed 4 of 11 passes for 5 yards, with two interceptions and a fumble. Buffalo had to settle for a Stephen Hauschka field goal, as they trailed 40-10 in the third quarter.