Ryan Fitzpatrick entered the 2021 NFL season as the starting quarterback for the Washington Football Team, but on Saturday night he was a member of the Bill’s Mafia.
Fitzpatrick, a 17-year-old journeyman, spent four seasons at Buffalo, performing at Highmark Stadium and showing support for the Bills in their 47-17 dominant victory over the New England Patriots in the wildcard round of the playoffs.
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Several photos of Fitzpatrick appeared on social media during the game, but an upper-body photo of Fitzpatrick found its way online Sunday morning.
Freezing temperatures reached single digits, but the Harvard product blended right in with the rest of the Bills fans in attendance.
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During his career, Fitzpatrick played for eight different teams. He did not play much last season because he suffered a hip injury during a Week 1 game against the Los Angeles Chargers and underwent surgery in December.
Fitzpatrick’s immediate future in the NFL is still uncertain, but he’s a fan favorite in Buffalo at the moment.
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