FOXBORO, Mass. — Robert Kraft made his message to the Indianapolis Colts clear Thursday night.

The New England Patriots owner spoke at halftime of the team’s “Thursday Night Football” matchup against the Miami Dolphins while it honored former linebacker Willie McGinest for his induction into the Patriots Hall of Fame.

And Kraft went a little off-topic to finish off the ceremony.

Kraft went on to mention McGinest was part of 16 wins over the Colts in his 12 seasons with the Patriots and showed video of the goal-line stand, which the linebacker helped finish, that won New England a 2003 meeting with Indy. The Colts, of course, triggered the whole Deflategate mess with their complaints last season, although the Patriots exacted some revenge with a 34-27 win in Indy earlier this month.

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Thumbnail photo via New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft walks the sidelines before the game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium.