Jacoby Brissett #7 QB
Indianapolis Colts
Height / Weight
6'4" / 236 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
December 11, 1992 (25)
3rd Season
2016 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 91 (NE)
North Carolina State
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When Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett was asked on Wednesday about the differences between the old and new offensive systems, he identified the biggest change as the play calling. "It's no knock on anybody," Brissett stated, "It's just how you call [plays] and when you call them." While this shouldn't be taken as a slight against the Colts previous coaching staff, it is reasonable to say that there were times last season where the play calling cost the team in close games. If all things go as planned, Andrew Luck, not Brissett, will be the one under center benefiting from any changes in play calling.

19 days ago | RotoBaller

The Indianapolis Colts have reportedly turned down multiple trade offers for quarterback Jacoby Brissett, according to NBC Sports' Michael Smith. General manager Chris Ballard spoke highly of Brissett, mentioning "he's committed, he's a great teammate, he's got juice" and "he holds people accountable." Given the sudden transition to an ailing team after being traded by New England last season, Brissett showed real promise after taking the the starting quarterback job from Scott Tolzien. Brissett has two years left on his contract for a total of $1.6 million, meaning there is little downside to keeping him to back up Andrew Luck when he returns. Brissett will carry little fantasy value in 2018, but could be a solid streaming option if Luck is unable to go for the start of the regular season.

over 1 month ago | RotoBaller

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett completed 15 passes for 114 yards and a touchdown while adding 18 yards on the ground in a 22-13 win over the Houston Texans. As a fill-in for quarterback Andrew Luck while he recovered from offseason shoulder surgery, Brissett started 15 games and proved much more capable than former backup Scott Tolzien as a passer. Brissett finishes the 2017 season with just under 3,000 passing yards, 12 passing touchdowns, seven interceptions, 242 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns. If Brissett gets an opportunity to start once again in the upcoming season, the Colts will need to find ways to avoid a repeat performance of their offensive line giving up a league-high 52 sacks.

5 months ago | RotoBaller