Chuck Pagano, the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts had a pretty wild press conference recently.
It all started with a crazy, drawn-out answer to a question about the movie "Groundhog Day".
The way he describes it is really strange and he's really adamant that people know about the movie and the great Bill Murray.
It seems as if he's trying to make fun of the reporter's question, but really just ends up losing everyone and looking like a crazy person.
To add to it all and completely switch gears, Pagano then goes on to relate how storms work to what's going on with the Colts.
"It's everybody. It's you guys, it's the fans, it's everybody driving up there, it's everybody in the NFL community,” coach said. “There's a storm in the Atlantic — hurricane, whatever you want to call it. Winds are going to hit landfall.
“It's coming, it's third quarter, middle of the third, it's getting late third, they're up 10, it's gotta happen sometime. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy right now."
Now, a lot of this seems pretty confusing and just like Pagano may need some help. We can't really blame him at this point though because according to SBNation, "the Colts are just two games away from tying the record for the most blown leads in a single season."
Hang in there, coach!