Tyrod Taylor will play in Sunday’s regular season opener against the Jets. He cleared the concussion protocol and is expected to be the starting quarterback. TJ Yates, who also suffered a concussion, was placed on injured reserve. He will be eligible to return to play in 8 weeks. Nathan Peterman and Joe Webb will serve as backups to Taylor. In other developments the Bills re-signed safety Colt Anderson and released tackle Deandre Coleman. THE COACHING STAFF IS ERRING IN GIVING THE STARTING NOD TO TAYLOR. HE HAD A DISMAL PRESEASON, THROWING 2 INTERCEPTIONS FOR A QUARTERBACK RATING OF JUST 27.9. THE BILLS SHOULD CUT HIM LOOSE AND GO WITH PROMISING ROOKIE PETERMAN. DISCOURAGED BY THE CRISIS AT QUARTERBACK, WE STRUGGLE TO REMAIN 1BUFFALO.