QB - LV - OUT
Week 6 Outlook
QB Nathan Peterman completed 18-of-29 passes for 175 yards, one touchdown, and one interception, including three carries for 13 yards in Sunday afternoon's defeat in San Francisco.
Peterman did not play particularly well throughout the entirety of preseason, as he finished with a 2:4 TD to INT ratio. If he is able to crack the 53-man roster for the Raiders, he'll serve as the No. 3 QB behind Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota.
The Las Vegas Raiders have locked up Nathan Peterman for another season with a new one-year contract extension.
Peterman isn't fantasy relevant but boy does coach Jon Gruden love him some Nathan Peterman! Peterman will likely be the third-string QB for the Raiders next season.
The Raiders and quarterback Nathan Peterman have agreed on a reworked contract for one-year that includes $1 million in guaranteed money, according to a report from ESPN's Field Yates.
This would indicate that Peterman is sticking around with the Raiders as a developmental quarterback prospect, though he'll be third on the depth chart behind Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota.
Nathan Peterman officially signed his $2.133M tender to play another season as backup for the Raiders.
Peterman was a backup last year and failed to record a single snap on the season for the Raiders. There's no chance that he would be able to wrestle the starting duties away from Derek Carr, and even if Carr were unable to play Peterman would likely not be on the fantasy radar.
Nathan Peterman has been placed on IR by the Raiders. Seeing the extent of his injury may have played a role in the signing of former free agent DeShone Kizer.
Peterman had no fantasy value going into the season. If he returns, the backup job will likely be secured by Mike Glennon or Kizer.