He completed just five of his 18 passes for 24 yards and threw two interceptions in the Bills' 47-3 loss.
Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott had yet to decide Monday on a starting quarterback for Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Chargers, keeping open the possibility of Nathan Peterman making another start instead of rookie Josh Allen.
The result: LeSean McCoy rushed for 22 yards on seven carries and the Bills had 70 yards passing.
Buffalo's 44-point loss was the second-most lopsided defeat in franchise history after a 56-10 loss to the New England Patriots in 2007.
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Peterman said after the game he was focused on continuing to "work hard".
"There's a lot of things that will go into that decision". And trying to win the football game as well.
Allen, the seventh overall pick in 2018, didn't fare much better than Peterman, going 6-of-15 for 74 yards the rest of the way.
Inexplicably, Buffalo coach Sean McDermott wouldn't commit to putting Peterman - who threw five interceptions during a start previous year - back on the bench for Buffalo's second game.
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When Bryant saw that offensive coordinator Scott Linehan did not comment after the game, he chimed in. Kuechly also gave fans a scare when he appeared to get injured late in the game, but he returned.
"It's a situation where obviously it's not the most desirable situation", Allen said. "Used his feet at times well. Other than that, we'll go back and look at the film and evaluate it".
Baltimore had six sacks and limited Buffalo to 153 yards.
Peterman's first interception came in the second quarter, when he overthrew Kelvin Benjamin over the middle of the field.
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