Indianapolis Colts: Kenny Moore terrifies fans with daredevil tweet

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - SEPTEMBER 27: Kenny Moore II #23 of the Indianapolis Colts (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images)
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - SEPTEMBER 27: Kenny Moore II #23 of the Indianapolis Colts (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images) /

Indianapolis Colts cornerback Kenny Moore has become a fan favorite in recent years, as his rise from undrafted free agent to one of the game’s best slot cornerbacks has been one of the most interesting and exciting trends for Colts fans to keep their eyes on over the last handful of seasons.

Moore, who hails from tiny Valdosta State, has started 40 games in the last three seasons, recording nine interceptions in that span.

Simply put, Moore is a huge reason why Indianapolis has constructed one of the most balanced rosters in the game.

However, Moore appears to have a bit of Evel Knievel in him, too, as he tried to get Colts fans to support his efforts to jump the lengths of a raised drawbridge in order to get the adrenaline he’s been looking for.

What, football not enough for you?

Moore posted a photo of the drawbridge this weekend, begging for 100,000 retweets in order to break through the barrier and jump it like he’s playing Grand Theft Auto.

Based on his Twitter activity since, we can take an educated guess and say that he didn’t go through with this plan, which should help Chris Ballard breathe a sigh of relief.

Kenny Moore should be a vital part of the Colts defense in 2021.

The Colts were certainly worried about Moore Dukes of Hazzard-ing his car into the water, as he is a linchpin in one of the best defenses in football given his ability to lock up receivers in the slot and make some acrobatic interceptions, like the one he secured against Las Vegas Raiders tight end Darren Waller.

While Ballard has largely neglected spending this free agency period with an eye on longer contracts for homegrown stars, Xavier Rhodes is coming back to the Colts, meaning that Moore will get a guy with whom he had so much success last year back in Matt Eberflus’ stacked defense.

After struggling mentally during his time with the New England Patriots, Moore has been born anew after finding a long-term home in Indianapolis. However, maybe he’s feeling a bit too free. At the risk of telling someone how to live their life, maybe trying to pull off video game stunts in real life…not the best idea? Just food for thought.

Luckily, Moore didn’t get the appropriate amount of retweets to go through with this plan. Let’s just hope he doesn’t try this during the middle of the season and accidentally gets that 100k he was looking for.