The backup quarterback has taken to Twitter the last few days to ask some questions that he wants answers to, much to the delight of fans.
Jacoby Brissett hasn’t played much in his time with the Colts. He played most of 2017 when Andrew Luck was hurt, but has been a backup ever since. But he is still a talented quarterback who could have a market once he is up for free agency at the end of this season.
But that is a long ways away. Right now, he has more pressing issues in front of him. Like if he needs to wash a cup with only water in it. Or how a football is made. Or how space works. Brissett has asked these questions the last few days on Twitter.
This is an important question. Should you still wash it if you only had water in their? Personally, I don’t because the water itself should already be clean. Someone get this man the proper answer!
This answer is more complicated, and harder to explain. Someone much smarter than me would do a much more eloquent job of explaining why space is so cold and the sun is millions of degrees warm. But this is why Jacoby took to Twitter. He wants to be educated.
Brissett has to know that the football isn’t still made with actual pig’s skin. The making of the football has evolved over time. It is just leather. But it is actually a good question for the earlier times of the game. When it was made like that, which part of the pig was used?
The Colts have even taken time to say that these are deep thoughts with Brissett, using their own Twitter account to bring attention to the questions, as is Tom Brady.
It is fun that Brissett is using the offseason to interact with friends and fans in this way. That’s what the offseason is all about.
We will see what other questions Brissett needs the answer to in the coming days. Hopefully someone can give him the answers he needs.