Things got pretty exciting in the Colts locker room after Indianapolis came back from a 38-10 halftime deficit to beat Kansas City 45-44 on Saturday. Colts punter Pat McAfee wanted to share that excitement with his almost 170,000 followers on Twitter, so he tweeted out a picture of Indy's locker room.
The only problem is that McAfee didn't stop to check if there were any half-naked quarterbacks in the picture before he tweeted it out. As you can see above, Andrew Luck wasn't quite finished putting his clothes on when McAfee took the photo. Actually, it looks kind of like Luck hadn't even started putting his clothes on.
Taking pictures was about all McAfee did on Saturday, because he only got to punt the ball once.
For what's it worth, McAfee does feel bad about posting the picture of his half-naked quarterback and he quickly deleted it after posting it. Of course, this is the internet, so nothing's ever actually deleted.
I feel awful for that Luck photobomb.. Really thankful all his parts were covered.. And now I'm hoping the future HOFer forgives the mistake— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) January 5, 2014
Next week I'll talk about whether or not punters should be banned from Twitter.
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