Could Tyrod Taylor lose his starting job before the New Years Eve Ball drops?
The Buffalo Bills lost their seventh game of the season, in a snow-filled 27-20 thumping at the hands of Le'Veon Bell and the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was a game that wasn't as close as the score might indicate.
Coach Rex Ryan, sitting squarely on a sizzling seat, was non-committal after the loss when asked whether he would test-drive another quarterback down the stretch.
"We'll see," Ryan replied, complete with an eye roll at the question, per the Buffalo News.
"I don't have any idea, guys," Ryan said following the loss that all but knocked the Bills from playoff contention. "I just got through putting everything into a game that we just got beat. We'll put in everything we have moving forward, but to answer questions about anything else, about rumors or anything else, I think is ridiculous."
There doesn't seem to be much to the story but obviously worth watching as the Bills play out the season. Taylor threw for 228 yards with two touchdowns and one interception on Sunday, but as the story mentioned, most of those hollow stats came in garbage time. The quarterback was 7-of-14 passing for 71 yards and a score in the first three-quarters and Ryan said he left some plays on the field.