Nathan Peterman Placed in Concussion Protocol After Bills Win vs. Colts

Colts have contingency if Bills Tyrod Taylor is out

Colts have contingency if Bills Tyrod Taylor is out

And it took the Colts almost 59 total minutes to find the end zone before Brissett capped a 19-play, 77 yard drive by hitting tight end Jack Doyle for a 3-yard touchdown with 1:16 left.

According to WGR 550 after the game, Peterman was placed in the concussion protocol.

Peterman was injured on a scramble when he lowered his head to lunge forward with two tacklers closing on him. The Colts went 77 yards in 16 plays, a drive that spanned 9:53 with Jack Doyle catching a touchdown from Jacoby Brissett.

Here's everything you need to know to watch the game, or follow along as we bring you the latest score, live updates and more. But he's a heck of a player he really is.

"It's just one of those things where people smell blood in the water", Pagano said.

With Taylor inactive, Joe Webb will serve as the backup quarterback, and it's possible Webb will get some snaps if the Bills decide to use the wildcat package they unveiled last week. The only other player with quarterback experience on the roster is TE Logan Thomas, who entered the league as a quarterback out of Virginia Tech, before transitioning to tight end with the Bills.

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The Colts took over at their own 10-yard line, converted one first down and then were faced with third-and-10 at the 25 with 2:55 remaining. They have two games against the Dolphins and a trip to New England to play the Patriots left on their schedule.

Prescott, who was 20 of 30 for 332 yards also threw a 50-yard scoring pass to Dez Bryant as the Cowboys (7-6) stayed in the playoff hunt with three games left in the regular season.

For Benjamin, it was the first touchdown catch of his Bills career.

Sunday marks a unusual day in Buffalo.

The win for the Bills could be seen as even more impressive, given the Colts - clad in all-white - were effectively camouflaged in the white veil of winter's wrath. It was the same knee in which he has a torn meniscus.

According to Weather Nation, a "snow band" is working off of Lake Erie and pounding Buffalo with 2 to 3 inches an hour.

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