Ryan Fitzpatrick completed just 17-of-33 passes for 180 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in Buffalo's Week 12 loss to the Colts.
Fitzpatrick threw for just 69 yards after halftime and was mired in an incompletion slump that reached upwards of eight passes during the process. The Harvard graduate failed to eclipse the 200 yards passing mark for the sixth time in 2012 and seems destined to be out of Buffalo after the season. Fitzpatrick's arm leaves a lot to be desired, and if he can't show accuracy, then there isn't much a quarterback there. He overshot a wide open C.J. Spiller and Donald Jones in the first half. Both would have gone for easy 80-plus-yard scores. Fitzpatrick isn't a fantasy option outside of two-quarterback leagues.