Is Colts owner Jim Irsay sending a message with his tweets?

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - NOVEMBER 10: Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay talks to the fans (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images)
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - NOVEMBER 10: Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay talks to the fans (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images) /

Indianapolis Colts owner, Jim Irsay, has been making interesting comments on social media that may speak to his direction for Indy.

Following the disappointing end to the Indianapolis Colts season, fans heard from both head coach, Frank Reich, and general manager, Chris Ballard. Both Reich and Ballard expressed frustration and hinted that change could be on the horizon.

Now, the man that they both answer to is speaking. That’s Colts owner Jim Irsay. Irsay, who is active on Twitter, has been using the platform to share his thoughts regarding Indianapolis and the rest of the league.

His recent comments during the Divisional Round of the playoffs leave many believing that he is ready to make a massive change.

Jim Irsay emphasizes the need for a top quarterback in the playoffs

This was tweeted after a weekend of elite quarterback play in playoff games. With all of the noise surrounding the Colts’ quarterback position, fans believed this tweet could only mean one thing.

Irsay is ready to aggressively find an upgrade at the QB position and replace Carson Wentz. Indianapolis has an elite running game and a defense that struggles at times but is overall solid. The biggest question mark following the season was at quarterback.

With this public statement, it seems as if Irsay is saying he knows what needs to be done, now all that’s left is doing it. What direction exactly the Colts will turn is unclear.

In the comments of Irsay’s tweet are numerous fans pitching the idea of Indianapolis acquiring Aaron Rodgers. With the Green Bay Packers eliminated, Rodgers may have played his last game with Green Bay.

A pursuit of Rodgers would certainly show that Indy is all in on winning a championship in the next couple of seasons. Rodgers wouldn’t be the quarterback of the future but he could be the necessary piece to immediately get this talented roster over the hump.

While the internet was still at work trying to decipher the intentions of Irsay’s original tweet, he offered one more tweet to end the night.

Seemingly, Irsay is leaving the worrying to fans and media as they wonder who will start for the Colts at quarterback next season. While everyone else is speculating, Irsay and Indy’s front office will be finding the solution.