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5-5, 2nd in AFC East

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills on Tuesday signed DE Nordly "Cap" Capi to their practice squad to replace DE Eric Lee, who signed to the Patriots' 53-man roster.

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Bills' playoff hopes shrinking fast

Three weeks ago, FPI pegged Buffalo's playoff odds at 61.1 percent, but the team's three-game losing streak has trimmed that number to single digits. The Bills' chances are now ninth among AFC teams, with a much better shot at picking in the top 10 of April's draft (25.1 percent).

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Not so Peterman-like

Bills QB Nathan Peterman found himself back on the bench after throwing five first-half interceptions against the Chargers on Sunday. He was much better at protecting the ball during his senior season at Pittsburgh, throwing 27 touchdowns and only seven picks in 13 games.

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What we learned (and didn't) in Week 11: Taylor about to get paid

The way Tyrod Taylor performed in the face of inexplicable adversity that was put on him through no real fault of his own speaks well of his professionalism and character. That will help his appeal if he's a free agent.

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1dMike Rodak

Grading the quarterback play for the Bills

The jumbled situation under center with Tyrod Taylor and Nathan Peterman hit what Buffalo fans can only hope was rock bottom on Sunday afternoon vs. the Chargers. Where things proceed from here is anyone's guess.

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QB shakeup backfires on Bills

Bills rookie QB Nathan Peterman became the second player since 1990 to throw as many as five picks in his first NFL start (Keith Null for St. Louis Rams in 2009). Tyrod Taylor, Buffalo's deposed starting QB who relieved Peterman in the second half of Sunday's loss to the Chargers, has been intercepted on five of his last 434 passes. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills OC Rick Dennison said Monday that Nathan Peterman "made some bad decisions with the football" but knew where the ball was supposed to go.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills OC Rick Dennison said Monday there were four or five plays in the first 15 scripted plays of Sunday's game that were intended for Kelvin Benjamin. He was a big part of the game plan before going down with a knee injury on the opening drive.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills OC Rick Dennison said Monday that Nathan Peterman "made some bad decisions with the football" against the Chargers. Dennison said some of those throws were made under duress and Peterman should have taken the sack. But Dennison adds he feels Peterman is smart and will learn from it.

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott said Monday that Nathan Peterman made some plays against the Chargers that were "pretty darn good" despite his historically-poor overall result.

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott said Monday he "stands by" his decision to start Nathan Peterman against the Chargers.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott said safety Micah Hyde's knee checked out fine after he left Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott said Monday there is no ligament damage to WR Kelvin Benjamin's knee. "We're still looking at the rest of it," he said. Benjamin was carted to the locker room during Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott: "Sometimes there's a lag effect as you build. ... That can be painful."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean McDermott on his call to start Nathan Peterman against the Chargers: "Sometimes you make decisions in leadership roles that work out, and some don't work out. ... Obviously it didn't work out."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott on starting Nathan Peterman against the Chargers: "I own the decision. I don't regret the decision, I regret the result. ... It's never one player. I'm confident in Nathan and his mental toughness."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott said Monday he is "still evaluating" who will be his starting quarterback next Sunday against the Chiefs.

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Vote: The best and worst of Week 11 in the NFL

There was the good, including Tom Brady, Antonio Brown and the Eagles, as well as some very poor performances with the Bills, Raiders, Cowboys and Chiefs all laying an egg before the Thanksgiving holiday,

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Team Stats

Passing Yards184.430th
Rushing Yards117.711th
Points For20.819th
Points Against25.023rd