Ryan Fitzpatrick

#14 QB / Miami Dolphins / EXP: 16YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 228 lb Age: 37 College: Harvard Bye 11

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  • Fitzpatrick is facing competition after the Dolphins used the No. 5 overall draft pick on fellow quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (hip). It isn't clear if Fitzpatrick will need to battle for the Week 1 starting job, but even if he's handed the honor, it's unlikely that a top-five draft pick would spend an entire season on the bench. While the rookie's medical record adds an interesting element to that equation, recent reports suggest Tagovailoa made a smooth recovery from November hip surgery. The Dolphins finished Day 1 of the draft without adding any pass-catching talent, but they did pick up USC offensive tackle Austin Jackson, who will join a remade O-line that previously added veteran free agents LG Ereck Flowers and C Ted Karras. The Dolphins also signed RB Jordan Howard, and they have a slew of draft picks on Days 2 and 3 to further improve their offense.

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  • Fitzpatrick intends to play for the Dolphins in 2020, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Fitzpatrick seems to be on the same page as general manager Chris Grier, who said last week that he hopes the 37-year-old quarterback will stay in Miami for another season. Fitzpatrick is entering the second season of a two-year, $13.5 million contract, boasting a strong argument to ask for a pay raise. The Dolphins presumably will try to acquire a young QB, but that doesn't necessarily mean Fitzpatrick will need to battle for the Week 1 starting job.

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  • GM Chris Grier expects Fitzpatrick to play for the Dolphins in 2020, the second season of a two-year, $13.5 million contract, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. "We fully expect Ryan to be back and playing," Grier said. "He did a great job in the locker room, his leadership and just his enthusiasm." The contract had a base value of $11 million, with an extra $2.5 million added to the 2020 base salary after Fitzpatrick played more than 75 percent of offensive snaps in 2019. The Dolphins will be happy to pay the escalator, and they might even consider tacking on some more money if it helps convince the 37-year-old to play another season, something he wasn't willing to commit to after Week 17. At the same time, the team needs to find a young quarterback to build around, preferably sooner than later. The most likely scenario features Fitzpatrick entering Week 1 as the starter, with an early 2020 draft pick (and possibly Josh Rosen) providing depth.

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  • Fitzpatrick completed 28 of 41 passes for 320 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in the Dolphins' 27-24 win over the Patriots on Sunday. He also rushed five times for 15 yards and another score and fumbled once but recovered. Fitzpatrick saved his best of a highly improbable season for last, authoring his fourth 300-yard effort of the last seven games and one of the more unlikely regular-season upsets in recent memory in the process. Fitzpatrick capped off the game with a 13-play, 75-yard march that culminated in a five-yard touchdown pass to Mike Gesicki, which proved to be the game-winning score. Fitzpatrick undeniably injected life into the Dolphins' offense since reclaiming the starting job in Week 7, and he wrapped up the campaign with a 20:13 TD:INT and 3,529 passing yards over 15 contests, along with 243 rushing yards and another four scores on the ground. While the offseason and draft could certainly bring competition at quarterback, Fitzpatrick heads into 2020 with a seemingly secure grip on the starting job.

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  • Fitzpatrick said Friday that he hasn't yet made any decision on his playing future and intends to "go through the process and figure things out," Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Fitzpatrick said that he feels "great" physically and still loves playing, a hint that he could be leaning toward continuing his career. The 37-year-old has had a more than solid inaugural season in Miami, and he remains under contract through 2020, so the team would have reasonable incentive to keep the signal-caller in the building unless he opts to hang up the cleats. The Dolphins are a strong candidate to invest high draft capital in a rookie quarterback this offseason, and also have second-year signal-caller Josh Rosen signed beyond 2020, so Fitzpatrick's ability to provide competition and a veteran presence could prove desirable.

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Completed Games

WK OPP PAATT PACMP PAYD PATD PAINT RUYD RUTD FPTS
PROJECTION 263 164 1798 11 10 122 2 139

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Scheduled Games

WK DATE OPP OPP RANK OPP FPTS
1 09/13 @New England Patriots 1 11.06
2 09/20 Buffalo Bills 4 14.53
3 09/25 @Jacksonville Jaguars 18 19.50
4 10/04 Seattle Seahawks 13 17.67
5 10/11 @San Francisco 49ers 15 18.00
6 10/18 @Denver Broncos 9 16.50
7 10/25 Los Angeles Chargers 8 15.63
8 11/01 Los Angeles Rams 10 17.13
9 11/08 @Arizona Cardinals 32 25.25
10 11/15 New York Jets 17 19.13
11 BYE - - -
12 11/29 @New York Jets 17 19.13
13 12/06 Cincinnati Bengals 27 23.13
14 12/13 Kansas City Chiefs 14 17.89
15 12/20 New England Patriots 1 11.06
16 12/27 @Las Vegas Raiders 0.00
17 01/03 @Buffalo Bills 4 14.53

Career Stats

Season CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaInt RuYd RuTD FPTS
2020 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2019 62.0 3529 20 13 243 4 281
2018 66.7 2366 17 12 152 2 199
2017 58.9 1103 7 3 78 0 87
2016 56.6 2710 12 17 130 0 157
2015 59.6 3905 31 15 270 2 347
2014 63.1 2483 17 8 184 2 213
2013 62.0 2454 14 12 225 3 194
2012 60.6 3400 24 16 197 1 261
2011 62.0 3832 24 23 215 0 270
2010 57.8 3000 23 15 269 0 244
2009 55.9 1422 9 10 141 1 106
2008 59.4 1905 8 9 304 2 138
2007 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2006 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2005 56.3 777 4 8 64 2 55
3 Year Avg 62.5 2333 15 9 158 2 192
Career 60.3 32886 210 161 2472 19

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