Tolzien put out the kind of effort that ends long tenured careers for back-up quarterbacks.
Scott Tolzien completed 9-of-18 passes for 128 yards, zero touchdowns, two interceptions and was sacked four times losing 29 yards. You think the stat line reads bad? The tape is the stuff of nightmares as Tolzien was actually worse than his numbers. Stephen Morris was clearly the better option in the preseason and Indianapolis has once again shown why they cannot be trusted to make the right personnel decisions.
Jacoby Brissett will likely get the start in week two, potentially helping the offensive weapons in Indy gain some fantasy relevance before franchise quarterback Andrew Luck’s return.