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Ryan Fitzpatrick is currently the starting quarterback for the Houston Texans, but he previously held the same position for the Buffalo Bills. And it seems that is where his son's allegiance has stayed.

By Extra Mustard
September 24, 2014

Ryan Fitzpatrick is the starting quarterback for the Houston Texans, but in a bit of a surprise, his son Brady will be rooting against him when the Texans play Ryan's former team, the Buffalo Bills, on Sunday. Even though it's been almost two years since Fitzpatrick started for Buffalo -- with one season spent at Tennessee before landing in Houston -- one of his four children still shows allegiance to the Bills. 

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Coming off a three-interception game in Houston's first loss of the season, Fitzpatrick needs all the support he can get in trying to hold onto a job that isn't exactly rock-solid secure. And perhaps more than just not wanting his son to be rooting against him, Fitzpatrick likely doesn't want his son to be doomed to the life of a Bills fan forever either.

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