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Indianapolis Colts Tickets Information
Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium
500 South Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46225
Super Bowl Wins: 2 1970 (V), 2006 (XLI)
Notable players: Andrew Luck (QB), Reggie Wayne (WR), Robert Mathis (OLB)
Rivals: New England Patriots,
The Colts began as a team in Baltimore. Before moving to Indianapolis in 1984 the Baltimore Colts advanced to the postseason ten times, won the pre-Super Bowl NFL Championships three times (1958, 1959, and 1968), and appeared in the Super Bowl twice, winning the second time in 1970 against the Cowboys.
After relocating to Indianapolis, the Colts appeared in the postseason only once during their first eleven seasons there. The team finally won their first postseason game as the Indianapolis Colts in 1995.
In 1998, the Colts made some drastic changes in management and drafted Tennessee quarterback Peyton Manning with the first pick in the draft. With Manning, the Colts made the playoffs eleven times, winning eight division championships, two AFC championships, and one Super Bowl (XLI, 2006). Manning missed the entire 2011 season due to neck surgery, and the team went 2-14. In 2012, Manning left the Colts for the Denver Broncos, where he continued to be a record-setting QB.
With another first round pick, the Colts drafted Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck in 2012. Together with veteran receiver Reggie Wayne, Luck quarterbacked an 11-5 season record, which got the team to the playoffs. In the 2013 season the Colts again went 11-5, securing the team’s 15th division title. The Colts won 45-44 in the first round of the 2013 NFL Playoffs against the Chiefs in one of the biggest comebacks in playoff history, after being down 21-3 at the half. Be sure to grab your Indianapolis Colts tickets early this year, because this team should be selling at stadiums all season long.
Indianapolis Colts Schedule 2014
The Colts are coming off two straight 11-win seasons and are looking to improve on that record in the 2014 season. Indianapolis has won two straight AFC South titles and will try to make that three in a row against the Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars. The Colts will also play teams from the AFC North and NFC East in 2014. Check out the entire Indianapolis Colts schedule and find all the games you want to see.
Key Home Games
Week 2 vs. Philadelphia Eagles - The Colts and Eagles both won their respective divisions in 2013, and an early win would set either team on the right path for another title in 2014.
Week 7 vs. Cincinnati Bengals - Two of the top young quarterbacks in the league face off when the Bengals visit Indianapolis. Andy Dalton and Andrew Luck will both look to put up huge games here.
Week 11 vs. New England Patriots - The Colts were defeated handily by the Patriots in the 2013 Playoffs, and Indianapolis will have revenge on tap for the rematch.