AFC Notes: Bills, Chiefs, Jets



Bills QB Nathan Peterman struggled again on Sunday but told reporters after the game that he “doesn’t feel snakebit.

“I don’t feel snakebit,” Peterman said, via Pro Football Talk. “I never feel like I’m a victim or anything like that, you know? It’s football. It’s life. Things don’t always bounce your way. … You just have to be able to take it how it comes, learn from it and keep fighting forward, and I think we showed a lot of fight out there today, and that’s what I’m proud of, really for our whole offense.”

  • Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Bills RB Chris Ivory was taken to a level 1 trauma center for evaluations on his left shoulder.


  • Tom Pelissero reports that Chiefs S Eric Berry has made “serious strides” over the past month in regards to his heal injury.
  • Pelissero adds that Kansas City is “hopeful” Berry will be back in the next few weeks.


On Sunday, Jets rookie QB Sam Darnold threw four interceptions in a losing effort. After the game, Darnold said “there’s no excuse for how I played.”

There’s no excuse for how I played out there,” Darnold said, via “I’ve got to play better. … I’ve just got to be sharper. I have to have a better plan once I get to the line of scrimmage. I’ve just got to know exactly where to go with the ball, and if one or two is not there [in the read progression], go to three. I’ve just got to have a better plan.”

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