The quarterback became the first player in league history to launch a full pass for eight different teams, completing a 12-yard Albert Wilson shipment on the Dolphins' second offensive play.
Two plays later, in the middle of the first period, Fitzpatrick added to that mark a doubtful fact: with an attempt to pass the runner Kenyan Drake on second chance and 6 for advancing from his own 36-yard line, was intercepted by Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas. With that, Fitzpatrick became the only player in NFL history to throw interception for eight different teams throughout his career.
Fitzpatrick's historical day did not end there. Moments before the end of the first half, Fitzpatrick hit a short pass for Preston Williams, resulting in a 6-yard touchdown. With this, the quarterback of Miami became the only player in the history of the league to launch annotation pass for eight different teams.
Prior to joining the Dolphins this season, Fitzpatrick played for the St. Louis Rams, Cincinnati Bengals, Buffalo Bills, Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans, New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Fitzpatrick came to the league as a seventh-round recruit for the Rams in 2005, from Harvard. He has a lifetime mark as a 50-76-1 holder, with 191 touchdowns for 149 interceptions.
In the last campaign break, he beat Josh Rosen, a first-round recruit for the Arizona Cardinals last year in the Dolphins title competition.
The Dolphins ended up losing the game 59-10.