Jacoby Brissett was a football standout at William T. Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens, who then started his college career at the University of Florida before transferring, two years later in 2013, to North Carolina State University. All the while, he played quarterback. Young Mr. Brissett was drafted by the world champion New England Patriots in the third round of the 2016 NFL draft as backup to Tom Brady, one of the NFL’s most prolific quarterbacks, which meant, of course, not much work. (He did win a Super Bowl ring while there, though.) Still, Mr. Brissett was traded to the Indianapolis Colts for the 2017 season as a backup to Andrew Luck and, before the start of the 2019 season, Luck retired, making Mr. Brissett the Colts new starting quarterback. Plus, how special is it that he’s playing in a season when the reigning MVP (Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs) and the highest-paid player (Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks) are also black quarterbacks? In other words, Mr. Brissett is on the team. Good job, homeboy!