Ryan Fitzpatrick sets unusual NFL record by beating Jaguars

A thumb injury last week spoiled Ryan Fitzpatrick's chance to become the first quarterback to beat the Raiders with four different teams. That thumb injury didn't prevent Fitzpatrick from starting for the Jets on Sunday and leading them to a win over the Jaguars. And, finally, Fitzpatrick made the most of his chance to make some weird NFL history.

On Sunday, Fitzpatrick became the quarterback to beat the same franchise with five different teams.

Fitzpatrick got some help from Brandon Marshall in the fourth quarter on Sunday.

In case you're wondering about the specifics, Fitzpatrick has topped the Jaguars with the Bengals (2008), Bills (2012), Titans (2013), Texans (2014), and now the Jets (2015).

Fitzpatrick is scheduled to become a free agent in the offseason. I can't wait to see what team he beats the Jaguars with next season. 

Ryan Fitzpatrick set an NFL record on Sunday. (USATSI)
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Sean Wagner-McGough joined CBS Sports in 2015 after graduating from UC Berkeley. A native of Seattle, Sean now resides in the Bay Area. He spends his spare time defending Jay Cutler on Twitter. Full Bio

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