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Fitzpatrick represents a QB upgrade for Washington. But it’s important to remember that he does so because of how bad their QBs were over the past 2 years -- not because he’s that good. At his best, Fitzpatrick is a daring downfield passer with sneaky rushing value (15.9 yards per game career, which is 254 yards over 16 games). Washington needs that daring to leverage the speed of WRs Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samuel and Dyami Brown.
Fitzpatrick has displayed upside all the way into QB1 range -- even in the twilight of his career. We, of course, wouldn’t recommend drafting him anywhere near that range. But with a current ADP of just QB22 in FFPC best-ball drafting, Fitzpatrick makes for a fine late QB2 or QB3 target -- especially in best-ball formats.