EJ Manuel was benched after guiding the Buffalo Bills to a 2-2 record in their first four games. With the playoffs seemingly out of reach, should the Bills turn back to the young signal-caller or stay with veteran Kyle Orton, who is now 3-3 in his six games and quickly crashing back to Earth after a fast start?
Manuel was the Bills' 2013 first round pick and has started just 14 games at the NFL level. His 58 percent completion percentage and 6.4 yards per attempt aren't great, but he is the only quarterback drafted by the Bills since Frank Reich to have a positive touchdown to interception ratio (16 to 12). Should they give him another shot?
Bills fans know what they have in Orton, who has been on five teams in his career. He has one year left on his contract - a contract he can still void after the season if he so chooses. His play has dropped off considerably in the last two weeks.