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Ryan Fitzpatrick Needs to be Plucked From the Wire

September 17, 2018 | by RotoRob | Comments (0)
Ryan Fitzpatrick has been superb so far for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Ryan Fitzpatrick needs to be owned in all Fantasy leagues. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)

Heading into the 2017 season, we believed that Ryan Fitzpatrick was best suited to be a backup quarterback, mentoring a youngster. So when he landed in Tampa Bay behind developing star Jameis Winston, it seemed an ideal gig for him.

Fitzpatrick was solid in his role last year, but with Winston suspended for the first three games of 2018, the bearded veteran has quickly reminded the football universe that it wasn’t that long ago that he enjoyed some decent seasons as a starting quarterback. We’re talking about a smart player that’s proven he can be a leader, although he’s been plagued by inconsistency over his career.

Thanks to some early season Fitzmagic, he’s become one of the top Fantasy waiver wire picks heading into Week Three. Hell, did you see what this dude wore to the postgame press conference?

All Fitzpatrick has done so far is complete 21 passes for four touchdowns in a Week One shootout win in New Orleans, and then come home and nearly match his excellence in beating the Super Bowl Champion Eagles, 27-21. He’s the first QB in Tampa Bay history with back-to-back four-TD games.

We’ve never seen him look this good, by a long shot. Fitzpatrick is playing to Tampa Bay Head Coach Dirk Koetter’s mentality by throwing deep downfield at will.

With a Week Three matchup a home against a very suspect Steeler defense (that allowed a Patrick Mahomes-led offense to generate six scores), Fitzpatrick has one final shot to make his claim that he should keep the starting QB job once Winston returns for Week Four.

There are a few things to remember about Fitzpatrick. He’s been at his best in his career in September, and he’s always been better at home. Other than Saturdays, he saves his worst showings for Mondays, and he’s played poorly in five career games against the Steelers.

The idea that Fitzpatrick is suddenly an elite pass caller may be very difficult to wrap your head around, but if the Bucs believe in him, that’s all that matter, right? For his part, he’s just there to win football games (see video below).

If nothing else, think about this: with four touchdown passes of 50 or more yards through his team’s first two games, Fitzpatrick tied Joe Namath’s NFL record, set 46 years ago.

Winston owners should be very, very worried.

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Now it’s your turn. Let us know in the comments below how you think this Buccaneer quarterback situation will play out.

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2018 Fantasy Football Guide: Review and Promo

July 26, 2018 | by RotoRob | Comments (1)
This year, one of the bigger changes is that there’s a strategy article about the way teams are using their receivers, and how while they’re passing more, the value of elite running backs is going up.
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Bucs Poised Break Playoff Drought

May 29, 2018 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers scuffled to a 5-11 mark last year, finishing in the NFC South cellar and missing the playoffs once again.
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Interview: Nick Lowery

May 15, 2018 | by RotoRob | Comments (2)
RotoRob recently had the pleasure to sit down with Nick Lowery, the Chiefs’ all-time leading scorer, and one of the greatest place kickers in NFL history. Currently an advocate for zero-THC Cannabidiol (CBD), Nick the Kick made three Pro Bowl teams over his 18-year career, and he proved as verbose and enthusiastic as he was accurate on the gridiron, waxing philosophical on a range of topics.
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Book Review: Born Fanatic – My Life in the Grip of the NFL

February 9, 2018 | by Vaney Hariri | Comments Comments Off
It is rare for the average fan to ever gain insight into the life and times of a Hall of Famer and it may be as rare to gain those insights from one of their children. What type of men sacrifice time and engagement with their families to play a game that requires strategies with the complexities of war yet a willingness to partake in violence with the simplicity of a car crash?
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