From Slate:

The Buffalo quarterback throws interceptions and stays true to himself.
You can choose to feel bad for Peterman, or you can be inspired by him. People are mean to the second-year quarterback. I know I’ve taken my shots. But Peterman just puts on his pads, keeps his head up, and plays when his coaches ask him to (though they should probably stop doing that). Press conferences can’t be easy for him because they come either before or after games, which is when the Bad Things happen, but he never sounds bitter or down on himself. “You just gotta keep your confidence high,” Peterman told reporters this week. “Be the same player that you’ve been all along and go out there and rip it.”


Colin Kaepernick[']s collusion case gets stronger with every Peterman snap. We could eventually get a ruling on whether interceptions qualify as free speech.