Head coach Todd Bowles said Fitzpatrick will remain the starter for Week 7 against Baltimore, ESPN.com reports.

After throwing an interception in the red zone at the end of the third quarter, Fitzpatrick was pulled in favor of Geno Smith midway through the fourth quarter of Sunday's 28-3 loss to the Cardinals. Despite finishing with only 16 completions for 174 yards on 31 attempts, the struggling Fitzpatrick will make at least one more start, as head coach Todd Bowles largely attributes his offense's struggles to poor play on the offensive line. Top wideout Brandon Marshall also took some of the blame, suggesting his poor route led to Fitzpatrick's interception. Regardless, the Jets offense has been a complete mess since Week 2, so while Fitzpatrick may still get another chance, he'll probably be on the hot seat.

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