Tyrod Taylor will start at quarterback for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday when they host the Miami Dolphins, head coach Sean McDermott said on Friday.

Taylor sat out the team's snow-drenched game last week against the Indianapolis Colts with a knee injury.

McDermott also stated rookie QB Nathan Peterman remains in the league's concussion protocol after sustaining leaving last week's game versus the Colts early.

It has also been announced that offensive tackle Cordy Glenn, who has played in just six games this season, has been placed on injured reserve.

Taylor, 28, has started 11 of the 12 games he has played in this season. He was controversially benched against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 11 in favour of Peterman, who went on to throw five interceptions in the game.

The Bills (7-6) currently find themselves in the thick of the hunt for one of the AFC’s two wild-card spots with three games remaining in the regular season.