QB carousel continues for Bills, Jets
The New York Jets know who will start at quarterback on Sunday when they host the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium.
The Bills aren't so sure.
The Buffalo News reported Friday that Matt Barkley, signed as a free agent 10 days ago, could get the call over turnover-prone Nathan Peterman and rookie Josh Allen, who is coming off an elbow injury.
He put in significant work with the first team this week. Allen is listed as questionable and Derek Anderson still is feeling the effects of a concussion suffered Oct. 29 against New England.
On Friday, head coach Sean McDermott did not name a starter.
"I haven't been told anything," Barkley said, per The Buffalo News. He added, "All of us are preparing like we can play."
Peterman threw three interceptions last Sunday in a loss to Chicago, giving him seven on the season and just one touchdown pass. In his two-year career, 12 of his 130 attempted passes have been picked off.
The 28-year-old Barkley, a fourth-round draft pick by Philadelphia in 2013, hasn't appeared in a game since 2016, when he played for Chicago.
For the Jets, 39-year-old Josh McCown will start.
Rookie quarterback Sam Darnold (foot) was listed as doubtful Friday for the game. He did not practice during the week and head coach Todd Bowles said Thursday that Davis Webb will be signed from the practice squad to back up McCown if Darnold cannot.
This will be McCown's first start of the 2018 season.
--Field Level Media
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