Two games, 10 points, 23 first downs. All that adds up to no wins in two home games for the Miami Dolphins, and surprisingly, no change at quarterback.
Following Miami's 43-0 defeat to the rival New England Patriots, in which Ryan Fitzpatrick threw not one, but two pick-sixes, Dolphins coach Brian Flores told reporters that the journeyman would remain his starting quarterback -- for now.
"Ryan's still the starter. We'll evaluate things over the course of the week," the rookie coach said following Miami's worst home loss since last week. "As of right now, Ryan is still the starter."
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Named the starter ahead of the season instead of second-year signal-caller Rosen, the 36-year-old Fitzpatrick has done little to earn another shot at leading Miami's roster into Week 3. It seems like a change is likely going to happen at some point, probably sooner than later, as Fitz is just 25-for-50 for 174 yards, 0 TDs and 4 INTs in two games.