Jacoby Brissett was supposed to be a solid backup for Tua Tagovailoa. Last year, ahead of free agency, I listed Brissett as one of those players that Miami should target in free agency to back up Tua. I was wrong and so were the Dolphins.
Brissett considers himself a starting NFL quarterback and I consider myself a writer. There is a gray line that crosses that notion as I am sure many of our readers will agree with.
Jacoby Brissett has seen better days. He is not a starting QB and really has no business thinking otherwise. His $5 million contract was a good value in 2021 but Miami didn’t get much out of him.
Brissett started in five games last season and was 2-3. One of those games was taken over by Tua in the 2nd half. He completed 141 of 225 passes and threw 5 touchdowns. Overall, he was more of a controversy leading up to Tua’s return from injury and Brian Flores’ desire not to start him.
Stay or go? Brissett should absolutely not be re-signed.