The Indianapolis Colts have had a pretty dismal season this year. Luckily for them, the AFC South has been pretty terrible as well and they still have a chance to win the division in the final week of the regular season.
They need a lot to happen for them this week and their quarterback play, which has been pretty stagnant and confusing, must be on point. They will play their fourth different quarterback against the Tennessee Titans today.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, newly-signed quarterback Josh Freeman is expected to start for the Colts. It would be his first start since 2013 when he was with the Minnesota Vikings.
Freeman was signed just over a week ago after Matt Hasselbeck suffered an injury during a game that caused Charlie Whitehurst, the team’s only active quarterback at the time, to come into the game.
The last time Freeman suited up in the NFL, he played in just four games and threw for 761 yards and two touchdowns and four interceptions.
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