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Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his hip, officially ending his 2021 season. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the surgery is a measure that will help him heal. The 38-year-old suffered a hip subluxation in the Week 1 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers and appeared in only one game in 2021. He finishes the season with 13 yards passing on six attempts. Fitzpatrick is on an expiring deal with Washington, and it's unclear where the veteran will land in 2022. Taylor Heinicke will continue to be Washington's starting quarterback and has been a solid fantasy asset this season. The 28-year-old has thrown for 2,809 yards and an 18:11 TD: INT ratio while rushing for 289 yards and a score over 12 games. Heinicke can be used as a streamer against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 14.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) is not expected to return in 2021, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The veteran quarterback exited Week 1 and hasn't taken the field since then. Rapoport writes that Fitzpatrick "is dealing with swelling and pain in the hip and groin area." He also notes that the 38-year-old is due for another MRI soon, which will give all parties more info surrounding his health, "but based on where his hip is, the belief is he won't see the field again this year." As such, Taylor Heinicke is likely in line to remain the starter for the rest of the season.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick's (hip) MRI exam this week showed "some progress," but there is no updated timeline for his return, according to head coach Ron Rivera. The 38-year-old signal-caller suffered a serious hip injury in the Week 1 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers and will remain out for the foreseeable future. There's still a chance that Fitzpatrick might not be able to make it back at all in 2021. Taylor Heinicke will continue to start under center for Washington. He'll enter Week 10 action as the No. 20 fantasy QB with a matchup against a vulnerable Tampa Bay Buccaneers secondary and will be a midrange QB2 with upside.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) is scheduled to undergo an MRI this week. The 38-year-old suffered a hip subluxation in the season-opening loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. An MRI would give a precise timeline of when the veteran quarterback will return from the injured reserve. Fantasy managers should continue to monitor the situation, and Fitzpatrick is worth stashing in Superflex leagues. Taylor Heinicke will remain Washington's starting quarterback while Fitzpatrick is sidelined. He's thrown for 1,928 yards, 11 touchdowns, nine interceptions while rushing for 232 yards, and a score over eight games in 2021. Heinicke is in the QB2 conversation against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 10.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip), who suffered a hip subluxation in the season-opening loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, is still weeks away from returning, according to sources. Fitzpatrick remains on crutches, meaning Taylor Heinicke will remain the starter for the foreseeable future. The 38-year-old Fitzpatrick likely undergo an MRI exam next week, but the belief is that he won't be able to return until at least after the team's Week 9 bye. The team is hopeful that he will return this year, but his rehab has gone slower than expected, and it's not a certainty that he'll return. Although Heinicke has struggled of late, head coach Ron Rivera still has confidence in him, and his starting job doesn't appear to be in danger. Against the Green Bay Packers in Week 7, Heinicke will remain a midrange QB2.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) will attempt to rehab his right hip subluxation without surgery for now after he underwent a battery of tests and sought several expert opinions, according to sources. He is expected to miss around eight weeks. It remains to be seen how the 38-year-old's rehab goes, but the Washington offense will now be Taylor Heinicke's show for the foreseeable future. FitzMagic had intrigue in two-QB leagues in this offense, but there's no guarantee that he'll return later this season and be effective. And if Heinicke plays well in his absence, the coaching staff could decide to let him run with the job when/if Fitzpatrick is ready to return. Heinicke will be a low-end QB2 option in his first 2021 start against the New York Giants on Thursday night.
The Washington Football Team placed quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) on Injured Reserve on Tuesday afternoon. The move is not surprising as the veteran signal-caller is expected to be out about six to eight weeks due to a hip subluxation that he suffered in the team's Week 1 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Taylor Heinicke, a 28-year-old journeyman in his second year with Washington, will be the team's starter going forward. Kyle Allen is set to be his backup. The loss of Fitzpatrick is a tough loss to swallow for several fantasy players on Washington. Star receiver Terry McLaurin should still be viewed as a high-end WR2, but he may have a harder time providing consistent fantasy stats with Heinicke behind center.
Updating previous reports, Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip), who is going on Injured Reserve on Monday, is expected to miss six to eight weeks with the hip injury he suffered in the Week 1 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, according to a source. Fitzpatrick suffered a hip subluxation on Sunday when a Chargers defender fell hard on top of him during a tackle. Taylor Heinicke, who took over for Fitz in Week 1, will be the starter moving forward, with Kyle Allen serving as his backup. Heinicke was solid against the Chargers, going 11-for-15 for 122 yards passing and a touchdown, and he'll have QB2 appeal in leagues that start two QBs. If Heinicke plays well in the next six to eight weeks, there's no guarantee that the veteran Fitzpatrick will get the starting job back.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) underwent an MRI on Monday, which revealed a hip subluxation. He is expected to be placed on the injured reserve and miss at least the next three weeks. It's unclear if the move will be season-ending at this time. The earliest Fitzpatrick can return is Week 5 against the New Orleans Saints on October 10. Taylor Heinicke was named the team's starting quarterback for Thursday's Week 2 matchup against the New York Giants. Kyle Allen will serve as Heinicke's backup. Washington will get the Giants, Buffalo Bills, and the Atlanta Falcons in the next three games. Fantasy managers in two-quarterback/Superflex leagues can add Heinicke off the waiver wire.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) suffered a hip subluxation and is expected to miss multiple weeks to the rest of the season, per Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. The 38-year-old sustained a hip subluxation in the second quarter during the Week 1 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Fitzpatrick is expected to be placed on the injured reserve and is facing a lengthy absence. Taylor Heinicke replaced him in the game and will be Washington's starting quarterback while Fitzpatrick is sidelined. Heinicke finished with only 122 yards and one touchdown on 11-for-15 passing in Week 1. Fantasy managers in Two-Quarterback/Superflex leagues can add Heinicke off the waiver wire. Stay tuned for more updates.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) will undergo an MRI on Monday. The veteran sustained a hip subluxation in the second quarter during the Week 1 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. He didn't return, allowing Taylor Heinicke to enter the contest to finish with only 122 yards and one touchdown on 11-for-15 passing. It's likely Fitzpatrick will miss some time moving ahead, especially if further testing reveals unwelcome news. Nonetheless, with the short turnaround before the Thursday night matchup against the New York Giants, Heinicke will probably be starting in that one, although his fantasy upside is somewhat limited.
After exiting in the first half, Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) won't return against the Los Angeles Chargers. Fitzpatrick was 3-for-6 for 13 yards before exiting. Taylor Heinicke will play the rest of the game after struggling in the first half, going 2-for-4 for 19 yards. If Fitzpatrick misses time, the Football Team's offense could be in trouble, as Terry McLaurin doesn't have any catches in the first half of this game and the team is struggling to move the ball.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick(hip) was slow to get up following a hit and has been replaced by Taylor Heinicke. Fitzpatrick is questionable to return with a right hip injury. Based on the hit that Fitzpatrick took, it's likely that we see Heinicke for the rest of this contest against the Chargers. Heinicke threw for 306 yards in the playoffs last season, but the team chose to bring in the veteran Fitzpatrick to start this year. If Fitzpatrick misses time, the Washington offense could take a slight hit going forward.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick will look to make a good first impression with his new team against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 1. The Chargers allowed the ninth-fewest passing yards per game last year, and that was without their elite safety Derwin James. This matchup has the look of a low-scoring game, so Washington may opt to keep the ball on the ground with Antonio Gibson. Their elite defense will likely prevent Fitzpatrick from being in a situation where he must air it out to get back into the game. Still, the 38-year-old offers some streaming appeal and should be started in two-QB leagues. The presence of Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samuel, and Logan Thomas gives the veteran a more positive outlook, even while going against a solid pass defense.
Washington Football Team wide receiver Dyami Brown is starting to earn the trust of his quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick. The veteran signal-caller has shown confidence in the rookie, which could mean that Brown is in for a larger role than most have anticipated. "You could just tell that he's a playmaker. He likes being out there making big plays," Fitzpatrick said. The 21-year-old took full advantage of Curtis Samuel's absence during training camp, which led to him getting some practice with the first-team offense. Head coach Ron Rivera has said that Brown will make it easier for Terry McLaurin, the speedy Samuel, and all of the other pass-catchers because of his speed opening up the offense. The former North Carolina standout could get some meaningful playing time this season, but it seems that there aren't enough targets to go around for consistent fantasy production in redraft leagues. Nonetheless, he makes for an intriguing dynasty asset because of his promising outlook down the road.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was officially named the starter for the Week 1 opener against the visiting Chargers. This isn't a surprise, although the announcement is undoubtedly comforting for fantasy managers, especially those in dynasty leagues or who have already drafted. Fitzpatrick will be playing for his ninth team during the 2021-22 campaign, and he had 2,091 yards and 13 touchdowns (eight picks) throughout nine games with the Miami Dolphins last season. Nonetheless, the 38-year-old shouldn't have much competition for his job, so it's reasonable to assume he will surely see an uptick in fantasy production moving ahead, assuming he plays well enough to keep the starting gig. Nonetheless, Fitzpatrick's statistical output likely won't be an issue as he has plenty of weapons at his disposal in Washington, although he may have a few rough outings moving ahead.
Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera has made it clear that the starters on offense will see some action in the preseason finale on Saturday night against the Baltimore Ravens. Although Rivera hasn't named a starting quarterback yet, it is clearly Ryan Fitzpatrick's job. Fitzpatrick should see a couple of drives with some of the starters, including Antonio Gibson, Terry McLaurin, and Logan Thomas. In his first two preseason starts, the veteran finished with 58 passing yards in Week 1 and 96 passing yards in Week 2. He figures to see limited action to close out the preseason, so there could be better options for any DFS contests. Taylor Heinicke has the No. 2 role locked up, so Steven Montez and Kyle Allen could both see some action under center to determine who gets the No. 3 spot on the depth chart.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is the favorite to claim the starting role, at least to begin the 2021 campaign. However, nothing has been confirmed yet, with head coach Ron Rivera remaining vague on the topic. Nonetheless, the journeyman is still expected to be under center come Week 1, although Taylor Heinicke has remained in the conversation during training camp. Fitzpatrick will be playing for his ninth NFL club during his 17th year in the league, recently spending two seasons in Miami, where he compiled 33 touchdowns, 21 interceptions, and 5,620 yards. Still, until things are made official, fantasy managers should have a backup plan in place, especially for those who intend on utilizing the 38-year-old as their primary fantasy signal-caller.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is going into potentially the best situation of his lengthy NFL career. This year, the veteran is the unquestioned starter for the entirety of the season. He won't have a promising rookie pushing him for playing time as he did with the Miami Dolphins last season. Head coach Ron Rivera has expressed his confidence in the 38-year-old's arm strength, signaling that Fitzpatrick will have the green light to air it out on offense. "With the players we have, with the speed we have," Rivera said, "we've got to consider throwing that ball downfield." If this is the case, Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel fantasy managers could be in for some blowup weeks. Dyami Brown has shown he is capable of being a deep threat, but there is plenty of competition for targets in Washington. He could be fourth or even fifth in line, as Logan Thomas could potentially be the second option in the passing game. Fitzpatrick will remain a QB2 in fantasy and could be one of the better weekly streaming options against weaker opposing defenses.
Washington Football Team quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has potentially the biggest opportunity of his career in year 17. When addressing the media on Tuesday, the veteran made it known he is feeling more comfortable in Scott Turner's scheme. John Keim reports that the 38-year-old had to get used to making different reads, but he is now on the same page with everybody around him. The journeyman admits he had his challenges to begin his time with his new team, but it is all starting to fall into place. With potentially the best supporting cast he has had in his NFL career, Fitzpatrick makes for an interesting QB2 in fantasy. Terry McLaurin and Logan Thomas have built a strong connection with their new quarterback, and the speedy Curtis Samuel could take full advantage of the deep ball attempts that the gunslinger loves to include in his game. The Washington offense was one of their weak spots last year, but with their offseason additions, this can potentially be a very explosive unit. Against weak opposing defenses, Fitzpatrick can be a good streaming option to fill in for bye weeks or injuries.
Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera will have newly signed quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and the starting offense in action when the team opens the preseason against the New England Patriots on Thursday. "What you're looking for is the command, the command of the offense, command of what's happening on the field and I think the respect of his teammates when he's on the field," Rivera said. Fitzpatrick will need to get on the same page with his supporting cast, including the likes of Terry McLaurin, Antonio Gibson, Logan Thomasand others. Curtis Samuel(groin) will be held out of the start of preseason action, so Fitzpatrick will have to wait to build a rapport with him. Fitzpatrick is surrounded by potentially the most talented group of skill players he has ever played with, making him a QB2 for fantasy with weekly streaming appeal.
Washington Football Team tight end Temarrick Hemingway, who is battling for a roster spot, has built a connection with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick according to team reporter Zach Selby. The 28-year-old has spent time with the Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Rams before he joined Washington in 2020. He has seen just two targets in his career, turning it into one catch for 10 yards. Washington is likely only rostering two tight ends, with Logan Thomas having the top spot on the depth chart locked up. Hemingway will battle with Ricky Seals-Jones, Sammis Reyes, and rookie John Bates for the backup role. Whoever wins the backup role in Washington will not have any fantasy value unless Logan Thomas misses some time.
Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera wanted friendly competition for the starting quarterback spot during training camp, as veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick and Taylor Heinicke battled for the starting nod. It seemed it was Fitzpatrick's job to lose, and that continues to be the case as we head into the second week of camp. During the full pad session on Tuesday, Fitzpatrick connected multiple times with tight end Logan Thomas in the end zone and got running back J.D. McKissic involved in the passing game as well. Fitzpatrick is surrounded by a formidable group of skill position players and has been put in a position to succeed under Scott Turner's offensive system. He is a QB2 in fantasy with weekly streaming appeal.
Washington Football Team wide receiver Adam Humphries has reignited his chemistry with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick after reuniting in Washington. The two previously played together for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and have now found a strong connection over the first few training camp sessions. "Their chemistry was obvious throughout practice, as Fitzpatrick looked for the slot receiver on several plays. Not only did Humphries find ways to get open, but he also worked to get yards after the catch," says Zach Selby of the team's website. Humphries projects to be the third receiver on the depth chart, and could be an intriguing flier in deep leagues with PPR formats. He played in just seven games last season, putting up 23 receptions, 228 receiving yards, and two touchdowns. There probably won't be enough targets for him to have fantasy relevance unless Terry McLaurin or Curtis Samuel were to miss time. Treat him as a late-round stash in 12-14 team leagues.
The Washington Football Team brought in quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick during free agency to spark an offense that was extremely underwhelming in 2020. With one of the league's top defenses and potentially the most talented group of skill players he has ever had, Fitzpatrick is excited for his opportunity in Washington. "This is the best situation I've ever been in, or the best situation that I've ever gone into as the guy. Physically, I feel great. Mentally, emotionally, I'm in the right spot. I just think I am set up for success this year and I am really looking forward to it," Fitzpatrick said. The youthful skill position group of Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samueland Antonio Gibson should make life easier for the veteran in 2021. With speed all over the field and a big target at tight end in Logan Thomas, the 38-year-old is worth a roster spot as a QB2 and offers weekly streaming appeal.
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