After throwing a interception that was returned for a touchdown by Jonathan Joseph, and was ultimately the difference in Sunday’s game in Houston, Nathan Peterman said it’s never easy to lose the way the Bills did at NRG Stadium.
“I made a check, I thought the pressure was coming the other way,” Peterman said of his ill-fated throw. “I just have to relax and trust the protection and not make that critical error.”
Peterman was benched at halftime of the season opener in Baltimore after he was intercepted twice and held to just 24 passing yards. He started first first career game during the 2017 on the road in Los Angeles and threw five first half interceptions against the Chargers.
He now has nine career interceptions.
“It’s tough. Obviously, I’m not going to let it define me,” he added. “I’ve been saying you put everything you have in this game every week, and you want to come out with a win for your teammates and all the guys in the locker room.It’s tough to lose like this. But, I’m going to learn from it and not let it define me.”