The Colts have decided that they don't want anyone in Indianapolis taunting Tom Brady before this Sunday's game between Indy and New England.
A group of Colts fans were planning on paying for a blimp that was going to fly around Indy on Sunday with a sign that said "#DeflateThisBrady." However, that's not going to happen anymore because the Colts have asked the blimp company not to do it.
According to WRTV in Indy, the company, Air Sign, agreed not to fly the blimp because it wants to maintain a good relationship with the Colts.
"We at AirSign.com have always felt that aerial advertisement is a fun experience and it is used to bring a positive and as you saw, humorous angle to events or occasions," company rep Eddie Thompson said. "We want to continue to work alongside the Colts in future campaigns."
Before the blimp idea was shot down, the fans had set up a GoFundMe account where other Colts fans could donate to help pay for the blimp. The account has since been shut down.
It's probably a good thing the blimp's not flying because the Colts have enough problems stopping Brady when he's not being taunted.
The Colts faced Brady twice last year and the Patriots quarterback threw for a total of five touchdowns in two games that New England won by an average of 30 points.
Of course, even if the blimp had flown there's a good chance Brady wouldn't have seen it because Sunday's game will likely be indoors. The last time the Colts hosted a primetime game was on Monday night in Week 2 when their retractable roof was closed, despite good weather.