Pro Bowler Pat McAfee this week proved once again that in addition to being one of the league's best punters, he's also one of its top tweeters.

McAfee, who is in his sixth season with the Colts, took to Twitter to politely ask Adam "Pacman" Jones of the Bengals to avoid returning any punts or kicks during the teams' playoff game Sunday. Jones leads the NFL with an average of 31.3 yards on kickoffs and is third with an 11.9-yard average on punts.

In the teams' first game this year, a 27-0 victory by the Colts, Jones returned two kickoffs for a combined 60 yards.

Jones was clearly amused and sent the following response:

This isn't the first time McAfee has made a request on Twitter. Earlier this season he politely asked Pittsburgh Steelers return man Antonio Brown to avoid kicking him in the face.

Last season McAfee made headlines when he posted a picture of a drug test request he received after making a big tackle in a nationally televised game:

The Colts and Bengals square off Sunday at 1:05 pm ET in Indianapolis.

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