Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee made one of the biggest plays of his life in the NFL last night and he wasn’t shy about letting the Pittsburgh Steelers know about it. The colts were ready to punt after the Steelers defense shut them down. McAfee took the snap and looked like he was taking a long time to punt the ball and then we found out why. He faked the punt and connected downfield with the tight end for a 21 yard play that resulted in a first down for the Colts. He then unleashed his inner Conor McGregor.


The McGregor walk is all the rage right now and feels like its been all over the place after Marc Gasol of the Memphis Grizzlies did it after hitting a game winning three pointer a couple weeks ago. The Grizzlies front office people were even doing it in the days that followed.

It was probably the most exciting play McAfee has been involved with in a good way so I can’t blame him too much for strutting around with his chin up.

The Steelers left with the most important thing, which was the win. I wouldn’t be surprised if some of their players did the McGregor strut on the way to the bus.