The Indianapolis Colts may be closer to getting franchise quarterback Andrew Luck back on the field after he underwent off-season shoulder surgery.
While Luck will sit out his fourth consecutive game to start the season Sunday night against the Seattle Seahawks, head coach Chuck Pagano noted that he could potentially return to the practice field this week. A report on Sunday indicated that the team was hopeful that he might make it back in time for its Week 6 outing against the Tennessee Titans.
In Luck's stead, Jacoby Brissett led the Colts to their first win over the season, a 31-28 outcome over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. It's a game that saw him put up 259 passing yards and tree total touchdowns en route to finishing as the sixth-best quarterback on the day. Meanwhile, T.Y. Hilton broke out to the tune of a 7-153-1 split.
Though, there's absolutely no reason to go with either Brissett or Hilton against the Seahawks in Seattle unless you're in a pinch. At the very least, they're both avoidable in the DFS community. Hilton only becomes a reliable WR1/WR2 option once Luck returns to the mix.