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After a game where Ryan Fitzpatrick turned the ball over three times on Monday Night Football, some thought Brian Flores might have a decision to make on who the Dolphins' starting QB would be heading into Miami's week 9 match-up vs the Jets. 

Fitzpatrick took responsibility for his mishaps after the Monday Night game in Pittsburgh.

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"We’ve just got to continue to keep fighting," Fitzpatrick said after the loss to Pittsburgh on Monday night. "That’s just kind of the place that we’re at right now – just continue to keep fighting, continue to keep going to practice and try to get better every single day and then making sure that when we come out on Monday night or on Sundays now, we’re just out here enjoying each other and trying to have fun out on the field.”

Truth is, if the Dolphins are trying to win football games (which they are) Ryan Fitzpatrick gives the team the best opportunity to do so.  However, if Miami hopes to get the first-overall pick in 2020, they should make a change to Josh Rosen sooner rather than later.

This article was written by Josh Houtz (@houtz)