The unlikeliest of NFL heroes has emerged as a leader for a 2-0 team. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were expected to be a third tier team this year, and the prognosis only got worse when star Bucs QB Jameis Winston was suspended for the first three games. Enter Ryan Fitzpatrick. A.k.a. Fitzmagic. The Harvard star has more resembled Johnny Unitas than fellow Harvard graduate John F. Kennedy in defeating the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles. Fitzpatrick only threw 6 incompletions in 33 attempts (that's 27/33) with 4 TD passes and an amazing 402 yards. This followed a victory over the New Orleans Saints with 4 TD and 417 yards the week prior. That's two of the six NFC playoff teams. The 35-year-old Fitzpatrick's career has been given up for dead many, is now an MVP candidate at worst. And is a deserving Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!