So, I spoke with the one of the Colts' tickets "Account Executives" today. This what he said.
1. They DO NOT expect there to be any single game tickets made available from the Colts as they anticipate season ticket holders using up all tickets with their 4 game package options.
2. They DO expect season ticket holders to resell single game tickets and so they encourage those wanting single game tickets to watch the secondary markets.
So, season ticket holders WILL be allowed to sell tickets to individual games and if the rest of us want to get to a game that's how we'll almost certainly have to do it.
I also thought a big problem with Brissett last year was that he was often slow going through his reads (or just wasn't looking through all of them). Rivers, on the other hand, has been very solid in this aspect and doesn't seem to shy away from spreading the ball out. Rivers also has had a lot of success with the kind of hybrid RB/WR (e.g., Darren Sproles, Austin Ekeler). We have Hines who fills a similar niche there, but I also think Campbell can be used very similarly since he is so fast and athletic. Regardless, I think Campbell is a major beneficiary of having a new (hopefully improved) QB on this team.
Although he only had 2 catches last year, I was impressed with the little we saw on Dulin. Also, since he came from a small D2 school, I expect he'll make a big improvement between year 1 and year 2 as he is now used to the NFL speed and coaching. I hope he steps up and makes the team, even if his main contributions are on special teams.
This definitely seems to be our deepest WR group going into a season in quite a while. I think TY, Pittman, Pascal and Campbell are pretty much locks to make the team. I assume we'll keep 6 WRs and think it's gonna be a tough battle for the last two slots with Patmon, Dulin, Fountain, and M. Johnson (who impressed me last year). I also won't be shocked if Chad Williams or DeMichael Harris make some waves in training camp, especially if Harris proves he can be a legit KR.
I'd go w/ TY, Leonard or Ryan Kelly (not that he was injured last year, but in previous seasons he has been).
Kelly is a pro-bowl, borderline all-pro C and does a great job keeping our QB upright.
Darius is the captain of our defense and an all-pro level LBer who makes a lot of plays. IMO, he was sorely missed as both a leader and a playmaker when he was out of the lineup last year.
I lean towards TY though, as his impact seems to be the most noticeable in terms of overall team performance when he's not in the lineup compared to others like Hooker, Turay, Campbell, etc. Even two years ago in the playoffs when he was noticeably slower with his calf injury, our offensive dynamic was quite a bit different.