Having lived through 4 years with Fitzpatrick as our QB, I can honestly say that Ryan Fitzpatrick is a BAD quarterback. how he's lasted in the league this long is mind boggling. The only thing consistent about his game is that he's inconsistent. He will make some plays that will win you 1 game and then make a bunch more bad plays that will lose you 2 games. If you wanna point out his statistics such as completion percentage, passing yards, TDs, etc as a reason to be hopeful with Fitz at the helm you're only fooling yourself. What those statistics don't show is how many of those yards and touchdowns came late in the game during garbage time and the defense was in a passive prevent because the game was already a blow out. This is what i called "Fitz Time' because this is when he padded his stats after sucking for 3 and a half quarters. The only passes he's comfortable throwing are screens, drop offs and quick slants. He's terrible at intermediate throws and out patterns. He's actually OK with the deep bomb but only if its within 30 yards. Anything further than 30 yards the ball begins to wobble and usually gets picked. You will notice that his "progression" in the pocket is him being scared to throw the intermediate route because it requires accuracy and arm strength which he doesn't have, so he will immediately just check down to the running back for little gain. If he throws an interception, he has a tendency to become gun shy and you can usually say good bye to any deep passes the rest of the game. His Red Zone awareness is so frustrating because he takes bad sacks and throws interceptions in the Endzone. Don't be surprised if you have one of the worst Red Zone offenses in the league this year. "Ryan Fitzpatrick is a smart quarterback. He went to Harvard!" You'll probably hear that a lot this year. Please don't fool yourselves into thinking that means anything significant because he may be book smart but his awareness and ability to adjust throughout the course of a game is terrible. The ONLY chance you have this year of having a competent offense is your run game and Brandon Marshall turning short quick passes into big gains. Enjoy your new quarterback.