Ex-Colts Pat McAfee, Reggie Wayne roast Titans fans at NFL Draft


Former Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee jokes on stage during an NFL fan rally in 2016. (Tim Ireland/AP)

Nashville, Tenn., played host to the 2019 NFL Draft and by all accounts the many thousands of football fans in attendance – most of whom cheer for the Tennessee Titans – had a blast.

However, some of the cheering briefly turned to jeering on Day 2 of the draft when a pair of retired Indianapolis Colts – star wide receiver Reggie Wayne and popular punter Pat McAfee – took to the stage to announce picks on behalf of the team.

Wayne was set to announce the first of three Colts second-round picks Friday night but couldn’t ignore the boos he was receiving from the rival AFC South fan base. Wayne, a six-time Pro Bowler who racked up 1,573 career receiving yards and 10 touchdowns against the Titans franchise, had this to say.

The truth hurts.

It only got worse from there for Titans fans because in round three McAfee, now a media figure whose popularity has only grown since he retired in 2016, one-upped Wayne’s chirps with this epic speech.

Indianapolis went 10-6 in 2018 but Colts alumni are undefeated so far in 2019.

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