QB Jacoby Brissett - Indianapolis Colts
|6-4, 231||Born: 12-11-1992||College: N.C. State||Drafted: Round 3, pick 2016|
News you need to know
From the upgrade/downgrade report (Mon Nov 11): Brissett is week to week with a knee injury and might be limited as a runner when he does return. Brian Hoyer's terrible performance against Miami will encourage the team to bring back Brissett as soon as possible.
Week 11: vs Jacksonville Jaguars
Detailed matchup analysis coming soon.
Recent Stats and Projections
Weekly Performance vs QB 1, QB 12, QB 24
Jacoby Brissett's percentile rank in each category, among QB with more than 50 fantasy points.
Recent Game Summaries
2019 Week 9 vs PIT (4 / 5 / 59 / 0 / 0 pass, 2 / 4 / 0 rush)
Jacoby Brissett and the Colts settled for a field goal after taking over at Pittsburgh's 35 yard line. The offense looked out of sync and Brissett faced a lot of pressure early. Brissett moved the Colts into the red zone with completions to Zach Pascal and Parris Campbell but left the game with a knee injury after one of his offensive lineman fell into his lead leg. Brissett is believed to have an MCL injury and did not return to the game.
2019 Week 8 vs DEN (15 / 25 / 202 / 0 / 0 pass, 6 / 34 / 0 rush)
Jacoby Brissett and the Colts found limited success on offense. The Colts struggled to sustain offense or generate explosive plays. Colts receivers struggled to win their individual match ups and the Colts ground attack was ineffective for stretches of the game. Brissett faced frequent pressure and made a number of nice plays with his legs. Brissett escaped the pocket numerous times to pick up positive yardage. The Colts managed 3 first half points with the field goal coming just before halftime. The field goal was set up with 2 pass plays to Nyheim Hines. Brissett set up another field goal to start the 3rd quarter with completions to TY Hilton and Eric Ebron. The Colts found the end zone late in the 3rd quarter. Brissett moved the Colts into the red zone with 2 completions to Jack Doyle. A personal foul set up a 10 yard touchdown by Marlon Mack. Facing pressure Brissett tried to step up to escape the pocket and was stripped. The Broncos recovered the fumble near midfield with a 1 point lead and 7 minutes remaining in the game. Trailing by 1 with less than 2 minutes remaining Brissett was nearly sacked for a safety but spun out of sack and hit TY Hilton on the run for 35 yards down the sideline. It was as good of play as Brissett had made all season. Another personal foul set up a 51 yard potential game winning field goal attempt by Vinatieri which he made right down the middle.
2019 Week 7 vs HOU (26 / 39 / 326 / 4 / 0 pass, 5 / 6 / 0 rush)
Jacoby Brissett played outstanding outside of the 4th quarter and an ugly fumble. Brissett led the Colts down the field on a 94 yard touchdown drive to open the game. Brissett completed 3 passes for gains of over 18 yards on the drive including a 20 yard bullet to Zach Pascal. Brissett capped the drive finding Pascal on a crossing route for an 11 yard touchdown. Brissett had ample time to throw the entire possession and looked very comfortable in the pocket. The Colts following possession ended with a stuffed running play on 4th and 1 then Jacoby Brissett fumbled a shot gun snap giving the Texans first and goal. The snap was catchable it seemed like Brissett simply took his eye off the ball. Brissett got the passing game back on track and put together a 75 yard touchdown drive. Brissett completed 4 passes that went for 10+ yards and capped the drive with a 2 yard touchdown to TY Hilton. Brissett took the Colts down the field on another touchdown drive to open the second half. Brissett found Zach Pascal for a 34 yard gain and connected with TY Hilton to move the Colts into the red zone. Brissett capped the drive with a touch pass to the back of the end zone to a well covered Eric Ebron for a 4 yard touchdown. Brissett kept the Colts on track with a 33 yard completion to Ebron and a 25 yard pass to TY Hilton to set up first and goal. Brissett capped the drive with a 2 yard shovel pass to Zach Pascal for a touchdown. After scoring two touchdowns in the 3rd quarter the Colts managed only 1 first down in the 4th quarter. The Colts play calling became more conservative and the passing game struggled as a result. The Texans also found success blitzing and forcing Brissett to get rid of the ball quickly.
2019 Week 5 vs KC (18 / 29 / 151 / 0 / 1 pass, 6 / 9 / 1 rush)
Jacoby Brissett played well outside of an ugly interception. Frank Reich called a conservative game in terms of throwing the ball with the success of the Colts' defense and rushing attack. Brissett threw the ball downfield in the first half with mixed results but was limited to underneath throws for the entire second half. Brissett and the Colts scored their only touchdown on their opening possession. A 30 yard run by Marlon Mack moved the Colts inside the 10 yard line and Brissett capped the drive with a 1 yard scramble off of play action for a touchdown. Brissett and Deon Cain combined to draw a 53 yard pass interference penalty. Cain was double covered on the play but a nice throw from Brissett allowed Cain to draw the flag. However, the drive stalled after a penalty forcing a field goal attempt. With the Colts on the edge of field goal range Brissett threw an ugly interception targeting Eric Ebron downfield. Brissett failed to see Tyrann Mathieu who undercut Ebron for the easy interception. Brissett moved the Colts down the field running the two minute offense to set up a field goal attempt before halftime. Brissett was efficient and hit a variety of targets on the possession. Both of the Colts 3rd quarter possessions stalled in part due to penalties forcing two punts. In the 4th quarter the Colts moved down the field into the red zone featuring their rushing attack but were forced to settle for a field goal. Following a turnover on downs the Colts ran the ball six consecutive times with Marlon Mack and kicked a field goal giving them a 2 score lead with less than 3 minutes remaining.
2019 Week 4 vs OAK (24 / 46 / 265 / 3 / 1 pass, 5 / 19 / 0 rush)
Jacoby Brissett and the Colts offense struggled as a whole. The Colts were inconsistent passing the ball and struggled to sustain offense as a result. Colts receivers dropped numerous passes, the Colts had a number of offensive penalties, and the Colts turned the ball over twice including a pick six by Brissett. Brissett had his receivers drop numerous passes early in the game. Chester Rogers dropped one over the middle and Ebron dropped a potential big play on 3rd down along the sideline. The Colts took over in great field position following a fumble. Brissett found Jack Doyle in the flat off of play action for a 5 yard touchdown. Brissett and the Colts moved into the red zone thanks to their running game and penalties by the Raiders. The Colts were forced to settle for a field goal after finding no success inside the 10 yard line. The Colts moved into field goal range again thanks to a big completion to Chester Rogers but a fumble by Parris Campbell kept the Colts from coming away with points. Brissett nearly got the Colts into field range running the two minute offense but a penalty and a drop by Deon Cain forced a 57 yard field goal attempt that was missed. The Colts managed just two first downs on their first two possessions of the second half. Brissett got the offense going with a 23 yard bullet to Zach Pascal. A penalty helped the Colts move into the red zone and Brissett capped the drive with a 4 yard touchdown to Chester Rogers. Trailing by 7 with less than 3 minutes remaining Brissett failed to see a safety lurking in coverage and threw a pick six sealing the game. Trailing by two touchdowns with two minutes remaining Brissett connected with Pascal for 28 yards then found Ebron open downfield for a 48 yard catch and run touchdown.
2019 Week 3 vs ATL (28 / 37 / 310 / 2 / 0 pass, 3 / 4 / 0 rush)
Jacoby Brissett played his best game of the season. Brissett played well within the offense and capitalized when opportunities for big plays presented themselves. The Colts commitment and effectiveness running the football helped Brissett stay on schedule with down and distances. The Colts scored on their first two possessions. Marlon Mack moved the Colts into field goal range with his efficient running on their first possession. Brissett marched the Colts down the field for a touchdown on their second possession. Brissett connected with Hilton 3 times on the drive including a 26 yard gain. Brissett found Zach Pascal uncovered along the sideline for a 18 yard touchdown to cap the drive. Brissett opened the game 12 for 12 and his most impressive throw was a 30 yard missle thrown to Eric Ebron up the sideline for a 30 yard gain. Brissett's first two incompletion came in the red zone with no one open forcing another field goal attempt. Aided by a few defensive penalties Brissett moved the Colts down the field for a touchdown running the two minute drill. Brissett found TY Hilton for a 4 yard touchdown running a quick out route. The Colts only had 3 second half possessions with the Falcons effectively playing keep away. The Colts only possession of the 3rd quarter was a 3 and out. The Colts scored a touchdown with the Falcons mounting a comeback. The drive was again aided by a key penalty. The biggest play of the drive was Brissett finding Zach Pascal again wide open down the sideline this time for 35 yards. Mack capped the drive with a touchdown run. With 4 minutes remaining and a 3 point lead the Colts moved the ball and ran out the clock. Brissett completed a pass to Jack Doyle off of play action to seal the game.
2019 Week 2 vs TEN (17 / 28 / 146 / 3 / 1 pass, 7 / 25 / 0 rush)
Jacoby Brissett did not play well against the Titans. Brissett struggled to complete passes downfield, seemed distracted by the pass rush at times, had a couple of ugly turnovers, and missed a few easy throws but still did enough to win. The run game struggled for periods of time against the Titans forcing Brissett to throw on 3rd downs with mostly poor results. Brissett took the Colts down the field for a touchdown on their opening possession. Brissett connected with tight ends 3 times on the drive. The biggest play was a 46 yard pass interference penalty drawn by Deon Cain. Brissett capped the drive with a 3 yard touchdown on a shovel pass to Eric Ebron. After a failed possession Brissett again let the Colts down the field. Brissett scrambled away from 3 defenders and converted a 3rd and 7 with his legs to keep the drive alive. Brissett then converted a 3rd and 15 with a 19 yard strike to TY Hilton. Brissett capped the drive with a nice 15 yard touch pass to Parris Campbell for a touchdown. On the Colts ensuing possession Brissett was intercepted by Logan Ryan targeting Hilton. The pass was behind Hilton who had very little separation on a crossing route. The Colts moved the ball into Titans' territory but Brissett again turned the ball over. Brissett attempted to pump fake and fumbled the ball backwards. Brissett was nearly intercepted on his next pass attempt. After a long running play by Jordan WIlkins put the Colts in the red zone, Brissett punctuated the drive with a nice throw to TY Hilton for a 4 yard touchdown on a fade route. Brissett showed good touch and accuracy on the throw.
2019 Week 1 vs LAC (21 / 27 / 190 / 2 / 0 pass, 3 / 9 / 0 rush)
Jacoby Brissett played well enough for the Colts to win but wasn't great. Brissett struggled with pressure as he is somewhat stationary in the pocket and his accuracy was inconsistent at times. Brissett played well when the Colts were able to stay ahead on the down and distance especially with the run game. Brissett moved the Colts down the field for a touchdown on a methodical drive. The drive consisted of running plays and short passes. Brissett capped the drive with a nice throw on a slant to TY Hilton for a 4 yard touchdown. Brissett moved the Colts into field goal range with a nice drive before halftime featuring completions to Deon Cain and Devin Funchess but Adam Vinatieri missed the field goal. Following a muffed punt the Colts were unable to secure any points. Eric Ebron dropped what should have been an 11 yard touchdown and then Vinatieri missed another field goal. Trailing by 8 with 8 minutes remaining in the 4th quarter the Colts got the ball back. Brissett connected with TY Hilton twice for big plays on the drive. The first was a 19 yard over the middle. The second was a shallow cross that Hilton took to the end zone for a 19 yard touchdown. A two point conversion from Mack sent the game to overtime but the Colts did not get a possession in overtime because the Chargers scored a touchdown on their drive.
Latest NewsColts | Jacoby Brissett may start in Week 11 (Mon Nov 11, 06:08 PM) - Indianapolis Colts QB Jacoby Brissett (knee) likely will be the starting quarterback for the Week 11 game if he is able to be a full participant during practice Wednesday, Nov. 13, according to head coach Frank Reich. Our View: It was bad enough for Colts fans on Sunday that they were chanting for Chad Kelly. Brissett was close to returning last week, but the team chose to go with Brian Hoyer against the Dolphins in Week 10. It sounds like Brissett should be back this week.
link to story Colts | Week 10 Indianapolis Colts inactives (Sun Nov 10, 02:33 PM) - The Indianapolis Colts have declared CB Quincy Wilson, QB Jacoby Brissett, WR T.Y. Hilton, LB E.J. Speed, DE Tyquan Lewis, WR Parris Campbell and CB Pierre Desir inactive for Week 10. Our View: Brian Hoyer will start and Chad Kelly will back him up. It's a good streaming and DFS spot for Hoyer.
link to story Colts | Jacoby Brissett week-to-week (Sun Nov 10, 09:12 AM) - Indianapolis Colts QB Jacoby Brissett (knee) is considered week-to-week because of a sprained medial collateral ligament, according to a source. However, there is optimism that he could return for Week 11's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Our View: Jacksonville is up next week for the Colts, so Brian Hoyer could still have value in 2QB/Superflex leagues.
link to story Colts | Jacoby Brissett ruled out Week 10 (Sat Nov 9, 12:22 PM) - Indianapolis Colts QB Jacoby Brissett (knee) on Saturday, Nov. 9, was ruled out of the Week 10 game against the Miami Dolphins. QB Brian Hoyer will get the start. link to story Colts | Jacoby Brissett officially limited (Fri Nov 8, 04:37 PM) - Updating previous reports, Indianapolis Colts QB Jacoby Brissett (knee) was officially limited during practice Friday, Nov. 8, and is listed as questionable for Week 10. link to story More News
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