"Jacoby played lights out," Reich said, via the team's official website. "We said if we're gonna win this game, we're gonna have to come up big in the pass game. We talked about that last night as an offense that we needed to make plays in the pass game to win this game, and we did that. And Jacoby led the way."
"It says he's legit. He's the man," Reich said. "We've believed that from Day 1, and we've never wavered on our conviction and our belief in Jacoby. But we all know -- he knew it too -- you still gotta prove it; you still gotta come in here and put the offense on your back, literally, for this game, and make the plays that he made to win this game. And he did that today. I mean, he did it as well as you could do it."
Since taking over for Andrew Luck full time this season, the Colts have been waiting for a signature game from Brissett. Sunday, they got it.
"It's been a journey, but it's been fun. You know, the learning and the constant ways to find a way to get better," Brissett said. "And on a day like today, it (doesn't) make me 'the man,' it just makes us more balanced. And I think that's what we proved today, that we can throw the ball.
"It was just a great day for us as a whole."
A great day that puts Indy in the driver's seat in the AFC South as we near the halfway point of the season.