Somebody Hilariously Edited the NFL Honors Wikipedia Page and Anointed the Most Unexpected 2018 MVP

Back in November, the Buffalo Bills finally ended the “error” of signing Nathan Peterman to be a quarterback in the NFL by finally releasing him from the team. Peterman appeared and eight games in his time with the Bills, throwing for three touchdowns and 12 interceptions with a passer rating of 32.5.

To put that into perspective, Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. has two career touchdown passes to Peterman’s 3, and he plays the position exclusively.

He would later get another chance by signing with the Oakland Raiders as a back-up, but would never see the field.

The annual NFL Honors is set to kick off in February before the Super Bowl to honor the best of the best from a crazy 2019 regular season.

Someone took to the NFL Honors Wikipedia page and changed it up a bit to put Nathan Peterman is the league MVP.

I mean, he was very good at giving balls to the defense, so there’s that….