The Bills may not feel compelled to add another quarterback and roll with their two on the roster, with both Peterman and Allen still competing for the starting job.
Just because their significant others are competing to be the Bills' next starting quarterback doesn't mean AJ McCarron's wife, Katherine Webb, and Josh Allen's girlfriend, Brittany Williams, can't be friends. Later on Friday night, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reported that the injury was a hairline fracture of the collarbone. Perloff also didn't give the biggest bode of confidence to Peterman as well, saying if Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott did start Peterman, it would not look as bad if he pulled him from the lineup after a few weeks as opposed to pulling Allen. "He'll have some more tests when we get back".
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To Perloff's point, the Bills have a tough start to the season with the Ravens, Chargers, Vikings and Packers in their first-four games.
McCarron appeared to suffer the injury while getting hit by Myles Garrett. Perhaps more impressive was the impact he had on the entire offense. This leaves Buffalo with rookie Josh Allen and Nathan Peterman behind center. Peterman closed out the game and went 8-of-10 for 113 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions. He spent his first four National Football League seasons with Cincinnati before he signed a two-year contract with Buffalo in March.