The Dolphins may be considering making a change at quarterback, but they’re not willing to act on it yet.
“But after a couple of weeks like that, we’re evaluating all positions,” Flores said. “We haven’t made any final decisions yet.”
It’s reasonable to consider a change, after Fitzpatrick threw two pick-sixes yesterday, and the Dolphins have been outscored 102-10 with him as the starter.
Josh Rosen has come in for mop-up duty in both games, which says more about the games themselves than Rosen.
Through two games, Fitzpatrick has completed 25-of-50 passes for 274 yards, with a touchdown and four interceptions (passer rating 39.9). Rosen is 8-of-21 for 102 yards with two interceptions (passer rating 14.5).
It’s a horrible situation for either of them, without enough help to make a difference. It seems inevitable that a change will come, but they aren’t ready to blame it all on any one player at this point.