Least Likely? Jameis Winston
Predictability (or lack thereof) is one of the biggest reasons that the Indianapolis Colts elected to move on from Carson Wentz. As talented as Wentz is, you never knew what quarterback you were getting on a snap-by-snap basis. Jameis Winston improved in his time with the Saints at doing the “boring” things, but he’s still far too volatile of an option to bring in as QB1.
Maybe? Mitchell Trubisky
The Indianapolis Colts will undoubtedly check in with the Trubisky camp, but ultimately the price tag is probably going to be a bit more than what they feel comfortable paying. It could just be the work of his agent, but the former Bears quarterback has a strong market in free agency. Will the Giants, Buccaneers, or another QB-needy team outbid the Colts?
Most likely? Teddy Bridgewater
The options in free agency are not pretty, plain and simple. Teddy Bridgewater fits the bill as a steady player that won’t throw the team out of games. The problem with that increase in security is that he also isn’t going to throw your team to victory, either. Bridgewater is easily the safest option of the quarterbacks currently in free agency. The Indianapolis Colts will likely look into potential trades as well, but if their efforts are rebuffed, Teddy will likely be donning the horseshoe.