It will take more than 24 hours for Sean McDermott to evaluate his quarterback situation.
"We are still evaluating the QB position and we'll take it one day at a time right now," McDermott said Monday, via the team's official Twitter feed. "I do think heavily about our team in every decision that's made."
Peterman looked shell-shocked in one of the worst halves of football in NFL history, but McDermott said he's not worried it will have a lasting effect on the rookie.
"One game is not going to define Nathan or Nathan's career," the coach said, per Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News. "I'm confident in Nathan and his mental toughness."
Taylor entered the lineup and completed 15 of 25 passes for 158 yards, a touchdown and added four carries for 38 yards, a rushing score and a fumble.
McDermott's comments on Monday, however, suggest we shouldn't be surprised by any decision the first-time head coach lands on.