Can You Beat Ryan Fitzpatrick?

May 29th, 2017

Master of complex riddle.

Joe hopes Memorial Day Weekend has you awash in your favorite alcoholic beverage and on the beach with bikini-clad babes hanging all over you while drenched in the fruity scent of sunscreen.

Ah, the Florida life!

Well, recently signed Bucs quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, he of Harvard, is a known whiz when it comes to solving the Rubik’s Cube. Joe confesses to never solving it and being so frustrated he wanted to stomp the damn thing into a thousand pieces.

Anyway, the Bucs shot video of Fitz doing a Rubik’s Cube for all to see. You can watch it below, courtesy of the Bucs Facebook account.

Have fun out there this weekend and stay safe!

13 Responses to “Can You Beat Ryan Fitzpatrick?”

  1. Buc50 Says:

    When I was a kid, I could do it in about 1:30. 1:15 is really fast.

  2. FartinMartin Says:


  3. K_bassuka Says:

    He should focus on learning the playbook and becoming an useful player instead.

  4. Buc1987 Says:

    Should have no problem learning the playbook then.

  5. NFLNut Says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever owned a cube … I’m more of a reader and researcher than game player … unless you’re talking Chess, Monopoly or Madden!

  6. Fred E. Bucs Says:

    Just peel off the stickers and put them back on. Jeesh.

  7. Buc50 Says:

    wow…someone had a terrible childhood. K_bassuka those things have been around for decades. Heaven forbid he puts something like that in his hand while still being a professional athlete.

  8. DEFF JEFF Says:

    According to my wife, the only thing i can do faster in under a minute is……

  9. k_bassuka Says:

    My childhood and adulthood been awesome. Fitzpatrick sucks at his job and instead of trying to be cute he should focus 100% in trying to become an NFL caliber 3rd string QB that he is.

    Fitzpatrick acted like the Jets owned him the starting job and acted like a little b**ch when he wasn’t named the starter to later get the job and stink up the joint. Do think he is a waste of roster spot.

  10. BigHogHaynes Says:

    A waste of roster spot! I concur!! KAP

  11. yrbndr Says:

    Hey guys I would take this as an asset and not a liability as his intelligence can help JW decipher some of the defenses that he will come up against and help us. Often the ability to teach someone of greater ability than one can exploit themselves is priceless…

  12. Eric Says:

    The fitz disdain is unwarranted. He balled in 2015. He can play very well, as he has proven. The jets organization was atrocious. Everyone was terrible.

    He had the opportunity to command more money after his great performance in 2015. Every qb wants to start and maximize income during their very short careers. I don’t blame the dude one bit. He deserved it at that point. you never know when someone is going to regress and the whole team did so.

    Fact is fitz can win a game without jameis.

  13. Buc1987 Says:

    EF Kap already. Jeeesus.

    Here’s what the Giants owner had to say about Kap : “All my years being in the league, I never received more emotional mail from people than I did about that issue,” Mara said. “If any of your players ever do that, we are never coming to another Giants game. It wasn’t one or two letters. It was a lot. It’s an emotional, emotional issue for a lot of people, moreso than any other issue I’ve run into.”

    Nobody wants Kap. Those that do want him for another reason other than a back-up. imo