Brissett should get the start since he has displayed some competency while he was with the Patriots, completing 36 of 58 passes (62.1%) with no touchdowns or interceptions. He has the ability to make plays with his legs (16 rushing attempts for 83 yards and a touchdown). With Tolzien under center, T.Y. Hilton is a WR3/WR4 and the rest of the Indianapolis skill players should be benched. If Brissett gets the start, there is at least some hope for Hilton and Co.
Colts splitting QB reps between Scott Tolzien and Jacoby Brissett
Filed Under: 2017, W2