McDermott says Taylor is his starter

Bills head coach Sean McDermott joined Schopp and the Bulldog for his regular Monday visit

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December 04, 2017 - 12:35 pm

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Sean McDermott had his first head-to-head matchup as a head coach against Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots this past Sunday, but it resulted in a 23-3 loss at New Era Field. With the loss, McDermott and the Bills are now .500 on the season, sitting at 6-6 in the standings. 

McDermott joined Schopp and the Bulldog for his regular Buffalo Football Monday visit, and here's some of the best from his time with the guys:

On Tyrod Taylor getting injured, but staying in the game:
"I don't know if hurt is the right way to describe. He was working out there and he got banged on the first play, but he stayed in the game and he was communicating with us, we were communicating with him, and he was communicating with our medical staff."

On if Taylor will start this week:
"We're just going to take it one day at a time right now, it is Monday as we all know, and there's some soreness today. So we'll just get a better feel tomorrow how he comes back and then as we move throughout the week."

On the confusion with the referees:
"I was not happy with the spot. One ref marked it short and the other ref came in and signaled first down all the while they're changing personnel. By league rule the officials are supposed to stand over the ball and not allow them to snap the ball."

You can hear McDermott's entire segment with the guys below:

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