Did he make mistakes sure. I have also seen Farve choke and plenty of clutch situations.
The KC Game, he still came back to get us a GW field goal that Lindell missed.
The Pitt game, he still got us down the field to tie in that same minute after throwing the pick.
Those are the two BEST examples for your argument.
1 - EJ Manuel QB FSU 6'5" 237
2 - Justin Hunter WR Tenessee 6'4" 196
2 - Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati 6'5" 255
3 - Corey Lemonier DE/OLB Auburn 6'3" 255
4 - DeVonte Holloman LB South Carolina 6'1" 243
5 - Theo Goins OG UCF 6'4" 317
6 - Bacarri Rambo S Georgia 6'0" 211
7 - Mark Harrison WR Rutgers 6'3" 231
Sometimes you have to hit rock bottom to float back to the top.
I think its funny how posters want to imply that Fitz is better than Farve and Aikman among others. If Steve Johnson had just caught that pass, Fitz would be a Canton shoo-in.
2011 - Smart posters warned everyone else, Fitzpatrick was a waste of a year. Now we all know.
2012 - Smart posters warned everyone else another season of Gailey was a waste of a year. Now we all know
2013 - Smart posters are warning everyone else another year of brandon/nix is a waste of a year. Next year we will all know.
i agree with this topic but no 100%... at times was Chan`s poor play calling!
that game in KC was an perfect example... we were pounding with Jsckson running hard and when we passed midfield, he called 3 passes that went incomplete!!
to think that people on here wanted Gabbert
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As far as Fitzpatrick's performance in the clutch, 6 games is a very small sample size especially with this o-line.
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He sucked at cinncy and,when he put the wrong spin on that ball to stevie against Pitt.Well that was it...
To be honest I thought you were talking about that reporter in New York when i read that title.
So Stevie dropping the ball against the Steelers was Fitz's fault?
Lol clutch?? Brett favre?? You do realize thst he has the most ints in nfl history, also most in the playoffs ( he passed kelly who was better than favre). Also, each og the last four years his last pass was an int, including the superrbowl....which was a idiotic move and lost it for them but yeah clutch
If I said it once...I've said it thousands times...
There's only one stat teams care about...
But I hate the argument he's only played in 41 games. Thirty-six of his 41 games were played in the last three years. Which means he played 36 out of the last 48 games. That's more than enough starting experience.