Walter Thurmond dressed up like he was in the 1890's after Seattle Seahawks' game

Aug 29, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks cornerback Walter Thurmond (28) intercepts a pass intended for Oakland Raiders wide receiver Jacoby Ford (12) during the second quarter at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

The Seattle Seahawks were able to squeak out a victory against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, thankfully, or that would have made Walter Thurmond‘s postgame attire look quite foolish.

Post victory, Thurmond decided to meet with the media wearing some of the most trendy threads you’ve seen in over a hundred years.

Looking as if he just stepped out of a saloon with John Marston of Red Dead Redemption, Thurmond busted out his favorite classic suit, complete with top hat and pocket watch. Even more impressive was that he actually answered questions in the outfit and took time to pose with fans outside the stadium before he left.

I’m not exactly sure why Thurmond was wearing the outfit, though, it doesn’t make it any less awesome.

Shame he didn’t have an eye glass attached to his jacket pocket, which really would have put the ensemble over the top.

No word on how he got home after the game, though I’m going to assume the horse and buggy sitting in the players parking lot was his.

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