Tyrod Taylor only took seven snaps and gained just one yard on offense before he was sacked and had to leave the game. 

Taylor’s head snapped back and hit the ground hard when he was sacked by Matt Judon on the Bills second drive of the game. Taylor stayed down on the turf momentarily before trainers rushed on to the field. 

He walked to the locker room under his own power where he went through a concussion protocol when the team officially announced the concussion.

Rookie Nate Peterman entered the game and got work with the first team offense. Peterman was 11 for 23 for 93 yards through the air.

Peterman did lead a successful two minute drive, that went 83 yards in 11 plays before the end of the first half, that resulted in a Mike Tolbert 1-yard touchdown run.

LeSean McCoy played into the 2nd half managing just 7 yards rushing on 6 carriers.

The Bills committed 9 penalties for 64 yards in the loss to the Ravens.