NEW YORK — New York quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was optimistic he’ll be back on the field by training camp.
But he said he knows his play has not yet been what it should be.
Fitzpatrick has struggled with accuracy on deep passes this season and has had a bad drop percentage this year.
He has completed just 22.3 percent of his passes.
He’s completed just 15 of 41 passes on throws 20 yards or longer, the lowest percentage of any quarterback with at least 150 attempts.
“I’m not 100 percent,” Fitzpatrick said Thursday.
“I’m trying to get my head back on it and keep getting better.”
Fitzworth said he was a little nervous heading into the season because he hasn’t had any practice reps in the offseason.
He said he thinks he has improved his accuracy on the deep ball and has seen better receivers open up the field.
Foyles said Fitzpatrick’s ability to play through injuries has not translated to the field, but he said Fitzpatrick is “ready to go.”
“He’s got a good arm,” Fisher said.
“We’ve got some new faces up front and we’re going to keep building and keep going.”