Peterman threw his third interception of the first quarter, and Sherman wondered if he would get a worse punishment than Taylor, who was benched after throwing for 56 yards in a Week 10 loss to the New Orleans Saints.
Taylor replaced Peterman in the second half and had more success against a Chargers team that was already looking forward to Thursday's game in Dallas. The situation leading up to Peterman's first college start was eerily similar to the the situation leading up to his first National Football League start.
The Chargers destroyed the Bills 54-24 in front of 25,015 fans at Stub Hub Center on Sunday afternoon. It set Rivers and company up in prime field position, and Rivers threw both of his touchdowns to Keenan Allen, who finished the day with a fine 12-159-2 line.
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Joey Bosa particularly harassed Peterman, with his pressure contributing to Peterman's second and third picks. Taylor has just three interceptions all season.
Nick Novak's second field goal, a 27-yarder, gave the Chargers a 27-7 cushion midway through the second quarter.
Peterman actually completed his first two passes, and his first interception wasn't his fault. The pass hit fullback Pat DiMarco in the hands and went airborne, allowing Toomer to catch it for a rollicking return down the Buffalo sideline. The Bills will be without left tackle Cordy Glenn, wide receiver Jordan Matthews and defensive back Shareece Wright. The veteran went 21 of 33 before Kellen Clemens played the fourth quarter.