Colts QB Jacoby Brissett says knee is feeling better

Two days after his left knee buckled under the weight of Quenton Nelson, Jacoby Brissett looked upbeat in his weekly session with local media.

The Colts starting quarterback had good reason.

According to Brissett, his left knee — he sprained his medial collateral ligament in the second quarter against the Steelers and couldn’t return to the game — feels significantly better than it did on Sunday.

Related players: Brian Hoyer

Fantasy Impact: 

As we know, Brissett's MRI came back clean and the end result was a sprain. He hasn't been ruled out for Week 10, but the Colts play the Dolphins, which may be considered a winable game for the team to play it safe and stick with Hoyer.

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