Arizona @ Indianapolis (Week 2) — GAME RELEASE

Ruben Hill
September 13, 2017

After getting traumatized in a 46-9 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 1, the Indianapolis Colts are left picking up the pieces, wondering what went wrong and how they can fix it before Week 2 comes around.

Against the best wishes of almost every Colts fan, Chuck Pagano made a decision to stick with Scott Tolzien as the starting quarterback for their season opener against the Rams.

Brissett stepped in late in the game, completing two passes for 51 yards.

The Indianapolis Colts are stuck between a rock and a hard place at quarterback.

Just two weeks ago, Jacoby Brissett was the third-string quarterback for the Patriots.

"Any rumor/speculation about Andrew being disgruntled with the Colts or wanting a trade is simply not true", Wilson said.

The Colts play the Arizona Cardinals next week at home.

Chuck Pagano was reportedly "considering" starting Brissett in this week's game against the Cardinals, but he revealed in a conference call with the media that he hasn't set a timeline for naming a starter.

A dink-and-dunk type of offense is similar to the one Brissett had while he was in New England and that could benefit the Colts offensively for however long Luck is out.

Tolzien has played in 10 National Football League games in his career.

Brissett also brings athleticism to the Colts quarterback position, which may be able to hide some of the issues they have along their offensive line.

Head coach Chuck Pagano said on Monday that he had no idea who would start in Week 2.

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