QB Hoyer to make 1st start with Colts; Brissett ruled out

Dolphins final injury report vs. Colts in Week 10

Dolphins final injury report vs. Colts in Week 10

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett won't be a game-time decision anymore.

Throughout this week there were questions about Jacoby Brissett's availability for this Sunday's matchup against the Miami Dolphins. Rather than risk injury against a team with one win, they are holding out hope that he will be available for a stretch of three divisional games.

Brissett endured an MCL sprain previous Sunday.

While the 23-year-old safety might not have been known by many National Football League fans coming into this game, plays like this will quickly put him on the radar.

However, the Colts have made a change to Brissett's status for this weekend.

Indianapolis declared that Brissett has been downgraded to out. If Brissett cannot play, Hoyer would start and Kelly would be the substitute. He hits the bench with 14 touchdowns to just three interceptions and 1,649 yards passing. It is very clear that he could cope with the setting up objective if essential.

QB Jacoby Brissett has been downgraded to OUT.

This is not a shocking growth when you take into account that Indianapolis elevated Chad Kelly from the apply squad nowadays.

In corresponding moves, wide receiver Deon Cain and defensive tackle Kyle Peko were waived by the Colts and that cornerback Pierre Desir had also been downgraded to doubtful. Indianapolis elevated Chad Kelly from the practice squad to the 53-man roster to serve as Hoyer's backup. Colts also waived wide receiver Deon Cain and defensive tackle Kyle Peko.

A win on Sunday would put catapult the Colts to first place in the AFC South.