The Miami Dolphins are off to a rough start to the season, and that’s with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick taking a beating at quarterback.
The Jets are 3-3 after a 27-23 loss to the Dolphins in Week 2, and Fitzpatrick’s inability to move the ball is hurting the Jets offense.
Fitzpatrick threw three interceptions in that game, while his interception rate was the highest of his career.
Fitzpatrick was sacked four times.
The Dolphins have allowed three touchdowns in the last three games, and they’re in desperate need of at least a win to maintain their playoff hopes.
Fitzpatrick has only thrown for four yards in his last five games, with one touchdown passing and one interception.
The Bills have been struggling to score points, and quarterback Tyrod Taylor has only been sacked seven times in the past three games.
Taylor has completed only 37 percent of his passes this season, the lowest of his six-year career.
Taylor’s only touchdown pass this season came against the Eagles, but that was in the second half.
Taylor completed three passes for 14 yards.
Taylor is averaging only 3.4 yards per attempt, which is tied for the lowest mark of his five-year NFL career.