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Journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick finally picked a favorite fanbase from his NFL travels

Ryan Fitzpatrick has played for a bunch of teams during his NFL career, but he had nothing but nice things to say about one fanbase in particular.

The NFL offseason has featured plenty of moves on the league transactions. One of the latest to occur was veteran journeyman quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick announcing his retirement after 17 seasons. He played for nine different franchises since being a seventh-round draft pick in 2005, where he provided “Fitzmagic” to their respective fanbases.

Given that he has played for such a large amount of teams, one has to wonder what he considers to be his favorite. Well, Fitzpatrick had nothing but praise for the Buffalo Bills and Bills Mafia.

Ryan Fitzpatrick has nothing but love for Bills Mafia

Fitzpatrick has shown recently how much he loves to interact with Bills Mafia. He was in attendance at Buffalo’s Divisional Round game against the New England Patriots. The Bills won 47-17 and Fitzpatrick celebrated in the stands shirtless in freezing cold temperatures.

After starting off his career with the St. Louis Rams (2005-06) and Cincinnati Bengals (2007-08), Fitzpatrick signed on with Buffalo. When under center for the Bills, Fitzpatrick held a 20-33 record, where he threw for 11,654 yards, 80 touchdowns and 64 interceptions while completing 59.8-percent of his passes.

Once his tenure with the team ended after the 2012 season, Fitzpatrick played for the Tennessee Titans (2013), Houston Texans (2014), New York Jets (2015-16), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2017-18), Miami Dolphins (2019-20) and the Washington Football Team (2021).

Fitzpatrick’s career has been eventful, but he has fond memories of playing for Buffalo in front of Bills Mafia.

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