Ryan Fitzpatrick has had a good week of practice, according to head coach Bill O'Brien. "I always say, that needs to carry over to the game, but I've been really impressed with how Ryan has practiced this week," said O'Brien.
The news is moderately reassuring at best. After all, Fitzpatrick was the starter for the first nine games and threw for 1,960 yards with 11 touchdowns and was picked off eight times. He's a pro quarterback so we should hope he looks good in practice. It's what happens on the field that matters most though, and Fitzpatrick's biggest problem prior to the benching was his accuracy as he was just 32-of-62 (51.6-percent) over his last two games. If he can carry over from practice onto the field Sunday, then yes, there should be a decent showing. Playing the Titans should also help. But he's going to need a strong game to convince anyone that he's worthy of a look in fantasy.
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