Bills name Derek Anderson starter at QB for Sunday

But Anderson is experienced with moments of good play in his career, and the idea head coach Sean McDermott is afraid he'll lose the locker by going back to Peterman is interesting. It has since been determined that Allen will miss Buffalo's upcoming contest against the Colts, however he will not require surgery to fix the damaged area.

Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Josh Allen will not start Sunday against the Colts because of a right elbow injury, and there is concern he will miss weeks, sources told ESPN's Dianna Russini.

Buffalo signed veteran Derek Anderson last week, and it sounds like Bills players believe anything would be better than Peterman at this point. However, after Allen sustained an elbow injury in last Sunday's loss to the Texans, the 35-year-old Anderson will suddenly be thrust right into the starting lineup Sunday in Indianapolis. The possibility of more playing time for Peterman is a serious setback for the Bills' chances to win games, to say nothing of the eyesore it is for anyone who wants to see something resembling competent quarterback play. Last season, Anderson appeared in only three games, throwing only eight passes.

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Sunday's contest against the Colts will mark Anderson's first start since the 2016 season.

The Bills will hope Anderson can help jumpstart their passing attack, which entered Week 7 ranked last in the National Football League in yards per game while averaging 123 yards per contest.

With the 2-4 Bills heading to Indianapolis to face the 1-5 Colts, tickets aren't exactly flying off the shelf.

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