Fitzpatrick was a two-time consensus All-American at Alabama and entered the National Football League as the 11th player picked in the 2018 draft.
"What a lot of people don't know is that probably 98 percent of the plays he ran today, it was probably his first time running them", Rogers told Stephen Holder of The Athletic following Sunday's game.
While they obviously want to see Brissett back under center sooner rather than later, the Colts expressed confidence in Hoyer, who has started in 37 career games.
"That's pretty much standard protocol for all teams, " Reich said.
Brissett suffered the injury in the second quarter when guard Quenton Nelson was pushed back into him deep in Pittsburgh territory.
Veteran Brian Hoyer, signed by the Colts after the retirement of Andrew Luck, replaced Brissett and was 17-of-26 passing for 168 yards and three touchdowns despite not getting any first-team reps in practice this season.
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"We said if we can minimize turnovers and the negative plays we're going to win this game". A missed field goal ended that chance.
"I don't think he was good enough to go", Reich said.
Regardless, the Colts aren't making any moves to change their special teams unit, especially with how adamant Reich was about the laces factoring into the missed kick. He earned just a 22.6 quarterback rating on the game - the lowest mark he has had all season. He threw an interception that was returned 96 yards for a touchdown by Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick when the Colts had the ball deep in Pittsburgh territory.
"I've held for a number of years, " Reich said. "It's just you try to prepare the best you can all week and heaven forbid something like this happens, you just try to come in and. figure out what plays I like communicating with Frank and (offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni) and kind of go from there".
With the Colts trailing 26-24 and 1:14 left, kicker Adam Vinatieri caught the laces and hooked the attempt from 43 yards.
"We had a couple of stretches in the pass game where they got to us, " Reich said.