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Former Buffalo Bills starting quarterback turned turnover machine, Nathan Peterman has officially made a return to the NFL this season. 


Thanks to the Oakland Raiders and their coaching staff, Peterman somehow raised enough eyebrows to land some actual ink and paper for a contract to return to professional football through a futures contract with Oakland. 

In the four games that Peterman saw action in Buffalo this season, his numbers are nearly unbelievable for an NFL starting quarterback. Peterman threw just one touchdown with seven interceptions on just 54.3 percent completion. 

This analogy sums up just about everything you'd need to know to put this one in perspective and continues to raise the question of how a backup QB like Colin Kaepernick still isn't on a professional roster. 


Somehow, or something must have really given the Oakland staff a serious case of amnesia during his tryout in order to forget and move on from his two-year sample in Buffalo.


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