Colts officially change their Twitter name in hilarious move thanks to Titans fans

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While we hate to give props to an AFC South rival, we've also got to tip our hat to the Tennessee Titans. With teams across the league announcing their schedules in creative ways, the Titans did just that by asking people in Nashville the logos of their opponents for 2023.

The results were nothing short of hilarious. Not once, but twice, Titans fans were convinced that the Indianapolis Colts logo was the Cowboys one. How in the world could they not get this right? To make sure there's no more confusion moving forward, the Colts did everyone a solid here by changing their Twitter name. Come on, this is gold:

The Colts changed their Twitter name following the brilliant Titans video

We can only hope this helps some clueless folks in Nashville see that the horseshoe logo is the one of the Colts, and not the Dallas Cowboys. We'll see how long the Colts leave their name like this, but it'll surely be gone by the time Week 1 rolls around.

Despite the 2022 campaign being a bit of a disappointment for Indy, there's a lot of excitement surrounding the team following the 2023 NFL Draft. With the No. 4 overall pick, countless Colts supporters were over the moon to see general manager Chris Ballard pick Anthony Richardson. We don't have to tell you how relieved people were that Will Levis didn't come off the board at No. 4.

Looking ahead to the future, there's going to be high expectations for Richardson and this team as a whole. That's right, 2023 could be a season to remember for the Colts. And once Indy posts a big win moving forward, people will hopefully know who got the job done - that's right, we're talking to the people on Broadway in Nashville.

Yes, you may have confused the Colts for the Cowboys, but that hopefully won't be the case again for you. No more excuses for you!

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