Bills QB Kyle Orton is now 3-1 as a starter for the Bills pulling off a pair of fourth quarter comebacks in the process. It’s why he’s getting midseason recognition despite playing in just half of Buffalo’s games this year.
NFL.com’s midseason report lists Orton as one of the midseason winners. Here’s their synopsis.
Kyle Orton: The quiet warrior was sitting on his couch a few months ago, pondering philosophy and retirement. Now he’s won three out of four games as a starting quarterback again, with nine touchdown tosses, three interceptions, and eight yards-per-attempt. He’s earned himself another five years in the league if he wants them.
Orton when asked how many more years he thinks he’ll be able to play refused to lay out a career timeline.
“I hope I play well next week,” he said. “That’s all I’m thinking about. We’ve got a huge game coming up against Kansas City, kind of like last week to really give us a chance to put ourselves in great position. So we’ve got to focus all of our energy on that and go out and play great.”
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