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The Jets Have Bigger Problems Than Ryan Fitzpatrick

This is not what the Jets envisioned when they finally ended their very long and very weak standoff with Ryan Fitzpatrick. All they needed was a competent quarterback who could score a few points and let the defense win games, and Fitzpatrick seemed to fit the bill. The best-case scenario for the 2016 Jets was for them to become a diet version of last year’s Super Bowl champion Broncos.
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