Report: Bills' QB Tyrod Taylor scheduled for MRI

December 4, 2017

Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor is reportedly scheduled to undergo an MRI on his injured knee Monday.

#Bills QB Tyrod Taylor will undergo an MRI tomorrow, per source. Tyrod injured his knee early in the game vs Pats

— Josh Reed (@4JoshReed) December 3, 2017

#Bills QB Tyrod Taylor will have tests on his knee, but he has told people close to him that he’s going to be OK. Believed to have avoided major injury.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 3, 2017

Taylor looked to be hurt at the tail end of the very first play of the game when he scrambled around the left side and got tackled at the sideline.  Later in that series, he threw an interception at the goal line which ended the team’s first drive.  He went into the blue medical tent and was briefly checked by trainers as he came off the field, but was cleared and played the rest of the game until exiting after one series of the fourth quarter.  He was taken via a cart to the locker room.  Taylor finished the contest 9-for-18 for 65 yards, no touchdowns and the one interception.

Nathan Peterman came in for Taylor and played the final three offensive series’.  He finished 6-for-15 for 50 yards.

Head coach Sean McDermott didn’t have an update on Taylor immediately after the game, saying he will wait for an official medical report before deciding how to move forward at the QB position.

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