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Ryan Fitzpatrick had multiple occasions to help the Buffalo Bills return to relevance in 2012, but he failed miserably most of the time.
An ugly fourth-quarter interception against the Tennessee Titans led to a one-point loss.
Two weeks later, after playing a marvelous game in New England against the Patriots, down by six, Fitzpatrick threw an interception in the end zone to end the game.
In Week 12, while driving against the Indianapolis Colts and down by seven, Fitzpatrick looked for Stevie Johnson over the middle and was intercepted. Although Johnson tracked down Tom Zbikowski and forced a fumble that Buffalo recovered, the pick and subsequent return halted all momentum and sent the Bills from the Colts' 36 to their own 47.
Buffalo went on to lose 20-13.