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Tony Kornheiser says Sean McDermott should be fired for Nathan Peterman debacle

Tony Kornheiser, most known for co-hosting ESPN's "Pardon the Interruption" with Michael Wilbon, said on his podcast Monday that Bills coach Sean McDermott should be fired after his decision to bench Tyrod Taylor for rookie Nathan Peterman blew up in his face during Sunday's 54-24 loss.

"He should be fired! This is a catastrophic mistake," Kornheiser said on "The Tony Kornheiser Show." "Then he says he will re-evaluate the starter. Re-evaluate? What are you talking about?"

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