Tyrod Taylor and T.J. Yates, the Buffalo Bills’ starting and backup quarterbacks, are both concussed. This sounds like a job for...hold on, let me flip this card over—Keith Wenning.
Ah, yes. Keith Wenning, the QB drafted out of Ball State in the sixth round in 2014 who has never played in the regular season and overlapped one season with then-Ravens offensive coordinator Rick Dennison, will fill out the Bills’ final preseason game. Buffalo isn’t the only team with quarterback woes. Broncos backup QB Paxton Lynch is hurt for a bit:
In Indianapolis, Colts head coach Chuck Pagano keeps refusing to discuss the condition of Andrew Luck’s shoulder and whether Scott Tolzien will start any consequential games this season:
Ravens QB Joe Flacco, who hasn’t been at training camp due to a back injury, is still supposed to be healthy by Week 1. If not, the team will have to turn to backup Ryan Mallett, a dreadful option who has done and will continue to do shit like this.
There sure are a lot of teams happy to start the season with terrible and/or fragile quarterbacks!