The Miami Dolphins will have no magic in their regular season finale with Buffalo Bills. Can be a win For Miami.
NFL network And ESPN’s Cameron Wolf On Thursday, veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick confirmed that he tested positive for COVID-19 and was unavailable throughout the weekend. Rookie to Atago Viroa, who was on the bench in support of Fitzpatrick in the fourth quarter of his victory at the Las Vegas Raiders last Saturday, will start at Buffalo.
This was the second time head coach Brian Flores sat in his first year pro and inserted a small “Fitzmagic” into the attack during the contest. This decision led to Flores’ profits in the 16th week. Fitzpatrick led the Dolphins to a dramatic last-minute drive, reaching a field goal that won the game of improving Miami to 10-5 overall.
Fitzpatrick set a 4-3 record as a starter this season, throwing 2,091 yards with 13 touchdowns and 8 intercepts.
Jake LudockSigned a roster of 53 people in Miami on Thursday, attempting five passes in a meaningful NFL game during his career, it will serve as a backup for Tagovailoa for Miami’s biggest match in the campaign.
Dolphins can’t expect Buffalo to simply go through the move on the first Sunday of the new year. Bills may need to win to secure a second seed in the AFC Postseason Bracket. Miami could be defeated in the playoffs if either Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns or Indianapolis Colts were defeated in the 17th week.
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Fitzpatrick is positive for COVID-19 and against Bills
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