So it may not be "Tuel Time" after all. The Patriot's week one visit to Buffalo was looking more and more like a lay-up when it was announced Jeff Tuel, and undrafted free agent out of Washington State, would be the starting quarterback.
Even during his senior year, Tuel didn't exactly shine, throwing 8 TD's and 8 interceptions. So even for a Patriot's defense that still has a lot to prove, week one in Buffalo was looking like a pretty surefire W to kick of the year, especially with news coming that star safety Jairus Byrd is struggling with an injury as well.
EJ Manuel in his return to #Bills practice pic.twitter.com/3hL14hK8TP
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) September 1, 2013
But it is being reported today that rookie QB EJ Manuel has returned to practice, after undergoing a minor knee procedure in the third week of the preseason, and there is some optomism he could play in Week 1. Manuel looked very good in the games he played in, demonstrating many of the traits that led...