Ryan Fitzpatrick and his son were greeted with a big cheer at the Rangers game.
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Ryan Fitzpatrick made New York Jets history on Sunday, becoming the franchise's first quarterback to throw four touchdowns and no interceptions since Chad Pennington in 2002. Of course, the Jets also got the victory, making it a pretty great Sunday for Fitzpatrick and his teammates.
To celebrate his performance and the win, Fitzpatrick treated his son to a New York Rangers game on Monday night and was greeted with cheers from the fans when showed on the jumbotron.
It's safe to say New York fans are happy with the way their quarterback has been playing. Either that, or they just think his son is adorable. The two looked to be having a great time on “Victory Monday” for the Jets.