Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett entered the spin cycle during Sunday’s game against the Browns, and it worked in a big way.
It happened in the second quarter, a few minutes after the Browns had tied the game at 7-7, but Brissett did all he could to give his team the lead back.
The Colts were faced with a third-and-2 situation from the Browns’ 7-yard line, and Brissett showed just how mobile he is. He extended the play moving around in the pocket, and then used a sick spin move to leave a defender in the dust. The rest was history, as Brissett took off running and found the end zone with ease.
Brissett provides the Colts with a spark that Scott Tolzien did not give them, which that play clearly showed.