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Buffalo Bills Nathan Peterman has been leading a convincing campaign to go down being recognized as the worst fantasy football quarterback in NFL history ever since making his first career start with five interceptions in Week 10 of 2017.  

Fast forward nearly a full year later to Week 9 of the 2018 season, and his case to be known as the worst fantasy QB to take the field has only gotten stronger after setting a new NFL record in the poor-performance category. 

And we can't forget about this new stat after Week 9's embarrassment against the Chicago Bears defense either. 

Now, of course, 130 passing attempts is a small sample size, but 12 interceptions is an equally large concern over that stretch. 

While it's unlikely that sort of rate continues as he gets more looks, Peterman will have to improve it before these insanely poor numbers permanently remove the chance to improve them going forward. Fortunately for the Bills, rookie QB Josh Allen should be returning from injury in the coming weeks. 

It goes without saying, stay as far away from Nathan Peterman as a fantasy quarterback as possible. 

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