The non fail Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett

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Jacoby Brissett was set to be Colts' quarterback backup heading for the 2019 season.However, on August 24, 2019, two weeks before the start of the regular 2019 season, Andrew Luck suddenly announced his retirement. Chris Ballard confirmed at a later press conference that Brisset would be a full-time Colts from the start of the season. On September 2, 2019, Brissett signed a two-year, $ 30 million contract with Colts, with a $ 20 million guarantee. He was previously in the final year of his rookie contract and was set to make $ 2 million for the season.

In the first week against the Los Angeles Chargers, Brissett threw a 190 yard and two touchdown touchdowns to TY. Hilton at 30-24 overtime loss. On September 15, 2019, Brissett led the Colts to a 19-17 win over arch-rivals Tennessee Titans, three assists and one intercept. In the third week against the Atlanta Falcons, Brissett threw 310 yards and two touching the ground, in addition to completing the first 16 attempts to pass, Brissett completed the first 16 assists, and threw to two touching in the first half, led the Colts on scores on the first four drives and even converted a third Late with 11 yards finished for Jack Doyle to close 27-24 on the Atlanta Falcons.

“Jacobi, he's the same guy he has been trading with since day one,” one of them asked me today about my Jacobi and his leadership, and I said, “Look, what makes him really special is that he's authentic, he's real, The person every day - has been that way since the day he walked into this building. "He's getting ready - he's always ready for beginners, and I remember saying this during Andrews (luck) press conference when he retired, look, Jacoby won't fail, he's not finished. He played really good football - he was playing football for us all a week ".
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