The Miami Dolphins are hoping for some Fitz-Magic.
The Dolphins traded Tannehill on Friday to the Tennessee Titans in a deal that also involved draft picks. Of course, Fitzpatrick's biggest issue has always been avoiding turnovers, and for as impressive as his other numbers were, his 12 interceptions in eight games undermined his ability to start the full season for the Buccaneers.
With Tannehill off the roster, the Dolphins were in need of a new starting quarterback.
Well, now they apparently have their man, as they signed Ryan Fitzpatrick to a two-year deal on St. Patrick's Day, which seems fitting. The former Harvard star set an National Football League record with three-straight games with at least 400 yards passing.
Fitzpatrick could become Miami's 20th starting quarterback since Dan Marino retired following 1999 season. He has a career passer rating of 81.1 with 190 touchdowns and 148 interceptions.
He had four 400-yard passing games previous year for the Buccaneers but yielded the starting job to Jameis Winston in November.
The "Tank For Tua" campaign could be well underway.
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