Bills coach Sean McDermott announced Wednesday that Tyrod Taylor would return as the team's quarterback after rookie Nathan Peterman threw five interceptions last week in his first career start.
Taylor called it an "interesting set of days" and seemed hurt by the benching, but maintained that this week will just be business as usual.
Thankful: Jerry Sullivan, ever in the holiday spirit, wrote that Bills fans should be thankful McDermott admitted his mistake instead of doubling down on a losing hand.
Vic Carucci's Take Five: Taylor needs to take out his anger over the benching on the Chiefs this weekend is a big game for a team whose playoff hopes are still alive. Taylor mentioned the benching makes the chip on his shoulder bigger.
Players stand behind Sean McDermott: At least publicly, players in the Bills locker room stood by McDermott's decisions in regard to both starting Peterman last week and returning to Taylor this week.
Glenn, Dawkins sit out: The Bills' top two left tackles were both missing from practice Wednesday.
Ragland reunion: The Bills are set to face Reggie Ragland, who has moved into a full-time role for the Chiefs.
Welcome back: The Chiefs signed former all-pro cornerback Darelle Revis Wednesday. He is unlikely to have an impact on Sunday's game, though stranger things have happened.
Pro Bowl watch: Bills' Micah Hyde leads AFC Pro Bowl voting at strong safety.
Playoff chances: The Bills' playoff chances are now less than 1-in-4, projection sites say.
Big Play Breakdown: Look for a Chiefs' fake jet sweep shovel pass.
Tyrod Watch: Passing stats inside the pocket vs. outside.
Waddup from the NHL: Former Sabres forward Tyler Ennis was happy to hear the news on Tyrod Taylor.
What They Said: Taylor, Peterman, McCoy, Williams, Wood and more on the QB change.
Podcast: Criticizing McDermott?