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On Wednesday, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay sent out this photo to his Twitter followers expressing his excitement for the upcoming Colts playoff run:
It's time to let The Monster get out of it's cage to feed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! twitter.com/JimIrsay/statu…— Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) January 3, 2013
Although we appreciate the enthusiasm, we're not a fan of the "Monster" wardrobe. Irsay is a bit old to be dressing in a T-shirt and baseball cap. More importantly, Irsay is much, much too old to be dressing in skinny jeans.
Photo via @JimIrsay. H/T LAF.
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