Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones had been in great moods following his team's games in recent weeks, as Jason Garrett's squad had won five games in a row, vaulting to the top of the NFC East division.
Jones wasn't in a very good mood today, though.
The Cowboys fell to the Colts, 23-0, getting shut out for the first time since the end of the 2003 season.
Jones made a rare post-game appearance in the away locker room following the Cowboys' loss to the Colts.
"Jerry Jones makes rare appearance in interview room after loss, walks up to me & says, 'I don’t want you all writing Jerry Jones snuck his ass out of town after this loss.' Goes onto say he knew nothing would be handed to this team & complimented Colts on their performance," David Moore tweeted.
The Cowboys fell to 8-6 with today's loss, but remain in the driver's seat for the NFC East race.
Dallas returns home next weekend to host Tampa Bay.