Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by Froob, Nov 12, 2018.
Gone, but not forgotten
This guy got off on the wrong foot. I really truly believe he could’ve been good
Say what you want about the guy, but he was highly consistent. That must count for something.
He meant the Immortal nathan peterman
Sign the Beast!
Not saying they shouldn't have released him, however teams like the Bills will never be successful as long as they give up on players so quickly . They don't have the patience nor the personnel who tries to develop young players. It's why the Patriots have been head and shoulders above them for so may years.
Here's hoping he catches on with the Dolphins or Jete, because he is one of the worst quarterbacks these eyes have ever seen.
No...I believe that disti.nction belongs to Joe Kapp
I see some people arguing that if Peterman wasn't developed by the Bills he might have turned out alright, and you know what that might be true.
I said before that if Josh Allen lands in a situation in which he can learn from the bench (ex. Mahomes/Smith last season), he might turn out to be really good, but since he landed on the Bills a.k.a. the dumpster fire of the NFL, RIP Josh Allen. I hope some team gets him out of Buffalo.
Just like Giovanni Carmazzi?
Yup. I see him three spots ahead of me in line right now.
Well mariucci thinks that’s: I don’t know enough about gio to have an opinion.
I made a thread in the draft forum about guys people think sort of got ruined by their team. Guys people thought would’ve been good but their situation kind of prevented it. But some may believe that such a notion doesn’t exist. I don’t know if it does, so I won’t claim it does
Huh? The Bills gave Peterman so many chances.....the Pats would have cut Peterman right after his first 4 INT game...
If he were a member of Patriots (practice squad), they would have never placed him regular season game.
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