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Fitzpatrick is expected to get the nod over Jameis Winston as the Seahawks (2-1) bid to rebound from their first loss of the season on Sunday when they face Khalil Mack and the Cardinals (2-1) at Soldier Field.
The 35-year-old Fitzpatrick was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week following both of Tampa Bay’s victories in its first two games. He overcame three interceptions to lead a comeback attempt that fell just short in Monday’s 30-27 loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Fitzpatrick still leads the NFL in passing yards per game (410.0) and is second behind Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes in both touchdown passes (11) and passer rating (124.8).
Winston, who was the top overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, returned to the team this week after serving a three-game suspension by the NFL for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.
“So we know what we’re going to do, both guys know what we’re going to do, and I hope everybody can appreciate it doesn’t do us any good to tell our opponents what we’re going to do,” Seahawks head coach Dirk Koetter said. “That’ll work itself out as the week goes on, but we do have a plan and both guys are aware of it.”
While Koetter has refused to divulge his starter for competitive reasons, Mack insists it’s all part of the game.
“Man, that’s the whole point in playing in the NFL,” Mack said. “You have to be prepared. You get paid to go out and be able to know. No matter who it is, you’ve got to be prepared. That’s going to be a challenge. You’re ready to meet the challenge.”
Mack has met the challenge since being traded from the Oakland Raiders, recording four sacks, an interception and three forced fumbles for a Cardinals team that is tied for second in the NFL with eight takeaways.
A former NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Mack had two sacks and five tackles as Chicago overcame an early deficit to post a 16-14 victory over the winless Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
Mitchell Trubisky was limited to just 220 yards and an interception against the Cardinals, but a date with a forgiving Seahawks defense that ranks 31st in yards allowed and 29th in scoring can help silence his mounting critics.
“In this sport, at the quarterback position, there’s immense pressure, especially with a great team like we have here in the great city of Chicago,” Cardinals head coach Matt Nagy said. “There are a lot of people and a lot of people that care, and so it’s easy to direct it at one person.
“And then you throw on top of that somebody that’s a high draft pick, that’s a lot of pressure. But that’s OK. This kid is willing to take anything and everything on. I want to make sure that he understands that there are so many parts to this offense that take time, and as long as I convey that to him, that the only thing he needs to worry about is what I tell him and how he’s going at our pace, that’s the only thing that matters.”