- The Colts recorded their first win in four games against the Carolina Panthers
- Irsay, owner of the team since 1997, pulled out some hilarious moves afterwards
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After snapping their three-game losing streak on Sunday night, an ecstatic Jim Irsay had one simple message for Indianapolis’ rivals: ‘Y’all thought we were finished’.
The Colts defense were reeling heading into their showdown with the Carolina Panthers after allowing at least 37 points in each of its past three games, but cornerback Kenny Moore fixed all of that in a big way.
In a 27-13 win at Bank of America Stadium, Moore returned two Bryce Young interceptions for touchdowns, while Jonathan Taylor also caught a touchdown pass from Gardner Minshew as Irsay’s franchise recorded its first victory in four.
And after watching his team return to winning ways, the Colts owner and CEO pulled out some hilarious dance moves in the locker room.
In a clip posted on his X account, Irsay, 64, can be seen dancing to American rapper Meek Mill’s 2012 song ‘Dreams and Nightmares’.
Colts owner Jim Irsay pulled out some hilarious dance moves after their win over the Panthers
Irsay danced to a Meek Mill song before sharing the video on X and quoting its lyrics, after his team ended a three-game losing streak
Kenny Moore (right) inspired their first victory in four games against Carolina on Sunday
Colts players surrounded their owner as he pumped his fists out, bent over and waved his arms around in jubilation after their victory in Carolina.
Irsay captioned the post with lyrics from the song: ‘Hold up, wait a minute, ya’ll thought we were finished. – Meek Mill (and also me)’.
The incredible video quickly went viral online, with fans delighted to see Irsay reveling in a much-needed win for his team.
One wrote: ‘This just made my night!!!!’
A Colts fan commented: ‘That’s my owner’.
A third put: ‘Living legend’.
Another posted: ‘That’s my owner! Get down with it, then Jim!’
While one exclaimed: ‘GOSH DAMNITT I LOVE THIS TEAM SO MUCH’.
Irsay has spent close to 40 years with the Colts after first joining the franchise as an executive back in 1984.
The American businessman took over as CEO, chairman and owner back in 1997 and enjoyed his one and only Super Bowl triumph 10 years later.