Twitter reacts to Ryan Fitzpatrick signing with the Dolphins

Rex Christensen
March 18, 2019

The Miami Dolphins are hoping for some Fitz-Magic.

The Dolphins and the journeyman quarterback agreed on a two-year deal Sunday, according to multiple reports, and Fitzpatrick will play on his third AFC East team. He started seven games for Tampa Bay a year ago and had a passer rating of 100.4, which ranked ninth in the league. The Dolphins traded Ryan Tannehill to the Titans last week and failed to sign Tyrod Taylor as another potential replacement.

Whether or not he starts for the Dolphins remains to be seen, but, at this point in time, he is by far the best quarterback they have on the roster and is in a position to be a rookie quarterback's veteran backup in 2020.

Ryan Fitzpatrick will have a starting job, and the Dolphins will have a lot of losses.

Fitzpatrick kicked off the 2018 season as the starting quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as Jameis Winston served a suspension.

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He also set an National Football League record with two-straight games with at least 400 yards passing and four touchdowns.

Now, Fitzpatrick will go to a Dolphins team that doesn't have a clear-cut starter at quarterback.

In 2015, Fitzpatrick threw for over 30 touchdowns and almost 4,000 yards with the New York Jets, and he's always been great at hooking up with deep threats or big receivers on the outside.

The "Tank For Tua" campaign could be well underway.

During his long career, he has played for the Rams, Bengals, Bills, Titans, Texans, Jets and Buccaneers.

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