Carson, Calif. Nathan Peterman's first NFL start for the Buffalo Bills was going just fine until his third pass deflected off his receiver's hands. It was snatched by the Chargers' Korey Toomer, who took it back for a touchdown. That bad break triggered an avalanche of interceptions for the fifth-round pick, whose day devolved from a disappointment to an embarrassment — and finally to a full-fledged fiasco. And even after throwing five interceptions in the first half of a 54-24 loss to Los Angeles on Sunday, Peterman might get another chance to get it right next week. Casey Hayward made two of the Chargers' five interceptions, and Toomer returned the first pick 59 yards for a touchdown on Buffalo's opening drive.Read More


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