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Bucky & Sully Show: Debating the Bills' quarterback conundrum

Bills rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman's poor performance in his debut on Sunday was the primary topic of discussion for News sports columnists Bucky Gleason and Jerry Sullivan during their weekly radio show Monday night on 1270 The Fan.

Sully: "I felt by game time, I was really against this move and I felt like I middled it too much during the week. We did try to go out of our way in Buffalo to understand it while people on the outside were going crazy."

Bucky: "I understood it."

Sully: "I think the national media is too kind to Tyrod. They don’t understand what we do from watching him, how limited he is. But he has helped them win. They were 5-4. They were in the playoff race. So now I am really convinced they don’t care if they make the playoffs. There is no other explanation. I don’t believe he thought Peterman gave them a better chance to win."

Bucky: "If they’re not going to make the playoffs, why would you put Taylor back in there? I just got done writing they should stay with Peterman because I don’t believe in this team."

 

The conversation continued after the commercial break with Bucky and Sully discussing whether it would be detrimental to Peterman's psyche to start him again this week.

 

Bucky Gleason: Bills can't have it both ways, so they should stick with Peterman

Jerry Sullivan: Sean McDermott's 'calculated risk' leads to humiliation

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