Some teams who are out of it are using the final two games of the season to gauge younger players.
The Dolphins will not be among them, at least not at quarterback.
Via Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Dolphins coach Brian Flores said the team has no plans to replace Ryan Fitzpatrick with former top-10 pick Josh Rosen over the next two weeks.
Seems like the Dolphins have seen enough of Rosen from earlier this season. He played in six games and threw one TD and five interceptions. The story said Rosen still has two years left on his rookie deal and makes for an affordable backup, but it remains to be seen if the Dolphins want to keep him around, even for that role.
MIA QB Josh Rosen - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 6 vs. Washington Redskins
Fresh off of a bye, Josh Rosen gets a favorable matchup against the Redskins. Washington has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to quarterbacks, so there's reason for a little optimism in Miami. Still, Rosen is averaging less than 200 passing yards in his two starts and has thrown just one touchdown in those outings. He might be a cheap DFS Hail Mary play, but in redraft leagues there are likely better options available on waivers.