Some Buffalo Bills fans do not seem to be enamored with Nathan Peterman, with one going so far as to set up a GoFundMe page to send the struggling quarterback into retirement.
While the GoFundMe page titled "Nathan Peterman Please Retire" is significantly short of its $1 million goal -- it has raised $60 as of Tuesday morning -- the sentiment is clear.
Peterman has started four games since being selected by Buffalo in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. The 24-year-old has completed 68-of-130 passes with three touchdowns and 12 interceptions in eight career games.
The 6-foot-2, 225-pound Peterman completed 31-of-49 passes for 189 yards with three interceptions -- including one returned for a touchdown -- in Sunday's 41-9 setback to the Chicago Bears.
Peterman's yardage total was the lowest for an NFL quarterback who completed at least 30 passes.
With 49 throws, Peterman's average per attempt was 3.85 yards. For context, the lowest-ranked qualifying passer in the NFL (teammate Josh Allen) is averaging 5.99 yards per attempt on the season.
Peterman is in the second year of his rookie contract, and he's due $1.38 million over the course of the next two seasons.
The Bills (2-7) will look to end a four-game losing skid on Sunday (1 p.m. ET) when they visit the New York Jets (3-6).