Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick told the team’s official website that he’s gotten more accurate this offseason. “My accuracy this offseason is higher than it’s been in my whole NFL career,” Fitzpatrick said. He completed a career-best 62 percent of his passes last season after failing to hit the 60-percent barrier in any year before that.
Fitzpatrick was efficient as a ball distributor last season, with most of his success coming out of the shotgun. But his flawed throwing mechanics have led to accuracy issues in the past and he misses on too many big-play opportunities. At times he throws the ball off his back foot and his erratic footwork will keep him from posting big fantasy numbers. That said, owners can do worse than Fitzpatrick as a QB2.