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(11-07-48) Washington Redskins @ Boston Yanks (at Fenway Park) - (36m) (Color, Silent, B)

 

 

Baltimore Colts

1950

(11-19-50) New York Giants @ Baltimore Colts - Highlights in color and B/W, music added, 32 minutes (Quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

 

1957

(08-24-57) Chicago Bears vs Baltimore Colts - Preseason game played at Xavier Stadium. Johnny Unitas plays for the Colts. Zeke Bratkowski QBs for Bears. - Narrated highlights from game. 5 minutes, black and white. Comes on 1953-57 Bears clips DVD (Quality 10) - Added March, 2011

(10-27-57) Green Bay Packers @ Baltimore Colts - Green Bay, led by a young Bart Starr, pulled off a shocker, by scoring 24 points in the fourth quarter and knocking the Colts out of first place in the West. The Packers, scoring all their points in the fourth period, pulled it out with 29 seconds left when Babe Parilli hit Bill Howton with a 50-yard pass for a 75-yard scoring play. - Silent - B/W - edited, missing last 2 plays (incomplete passes) silent, 35 minutes (Quality 8)

 

1958

(12-28-58) 1958 NFL Championship Game - Baltimore Colts @ New York Giants - OT - "The Greatest Game Ever Played" - was loaded with Hall of Famers on both sides of the ball. It was the first pro football game to draw a huge national television audience and the contest didn't disappoint. Johnny Unitas led the Colts to a tie with a dramatic final-minute drive and then Alan Ameche plunged into the end zone to give Baltimore the overtime win. Considered the game that put the NFL on the way to what it has become. Color Game Film/Radio Merge - shown in color for the first time. Includes commentary from both former and current Colts and Giants players. - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list. - Upgraded March, 2009

 

1959 Season

(10-03-59) Chicago Bears @ Baltimore Colts - Played at Memorial Stadium. Johnny Unitas plays for the Colts. - Narrated highlights from game. 1.5 minutes, black and white. Comes on 1953-57 Bears clips DVD (Quality 10) - Added March, 2011

(12-27-59) 1959 NFL Championship Game - New York Giants @ Baltimore Colts - Black and white - 30 minutes (Quality 9.5) - Added July, 2011

 

1964

(12-27-64) 1964 NFL Championship Game - Baltimore Colts @ Cleveland Browns - color highlights - Includes pregame interviews from week leading up to game in b/w and a practice scrimmage (Quality 9) - added May, 2011

(12-27-64) 1964 NFL Championship Game - Baltimore Colts @ Cleveland Browns - Full original radio broadcast - added March, 2007

 

1965

(12-26-65) 1965 Western Conference Championship - Baltimore Colts @ Green Bay Packers - Don Chandler's second field goal provided the winning margin for the Packers at 13:39 of sudden death overtime as Green Bay defeated Baltimore 13-10 in front of 50,484 partisans. His 25-yard kick ended the only overtime playoff game in Packers history, a contest necessitated when the two teams ended the regular season with matching 10-3-1 records. Chandler's first field goal, a 22-yarder with 1:58 remaining in regulation to tie the game, remains controversial to this day, Baltimore loyalists claiming it was wide right. The kick sailed high above the uprights, making it difficult for game officials to determine its accuracy. Uprights were lengthened for the next season in an effort to avoid a recurrence of this situation. The Colts, who were playing without starting quarterback Johnny Unitas (knee) and his backup, Gary Cuozzo (dislocated shoulder), used halfback Tom Matte as a fill-in. He completed only five passes, but did gain 57 yards rushing. Baltimore took a 10-0 halftime lead, scoring first 21 seconds into the game when linebacker Don Shinnick scooped up a Bill Anderson fumble and went 25 yards for a touchdown. Packers quarterback Bart Starr injured his ribs on the play, Green Bay's first from scrimmage, when he tried to get to Shinnick. Zeke Bratkowski replaced Starr for the balance of the afternoon, completing 22 of 39 passes for 248 yards. The Packers moved to within 10-7 in the third quarter when Paul Hornung scored on a one-yard run, setting the stage for Chandler's heroics. - NFL Play by Play Report. Color film footage from game. Narrarated. 25 minutes (Quality 9) - Added July, 2011

(12-26-65) 1965 Western Conference Championship - Baltimore Colts @ Green Bay Packers - "The Way it Was" series - Shows original highlights from game that are narrated, and has a round table discussion with players from the game about what happened during the game - From "The Way it Was" PBS series that aired in the 70’s - ESPN Classic

(12-26-65) 1965 Western Conference Championship - Baltimore Colts @ Green Bay Packers - Color original film footage from game. No narraration but has NFL films music. Includes pregame footage - 25 minutes (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1966

(09-10-66) Baltimore Colts @ Green Bay Packers - The proud Green Bay Packer defense humiliated the great Johnny Unitas and carried the Packers to a 24-3 victory over the Baltimore Colts. Lee Roy Caffey and Bob Jeter picked off two Unitas passes in less than two minutes and turned them into touchdowns as the Packers eliminated any doubts about their claim to the NFL crown. The two sudden scores broke the backs of the Colts' resistance. The Packers offense, which had slumbered through most of the first half, caught fire and dominated play the rest of the game. Bart Starr combined with Boyd Dowler and Paul Hornung to spark a 79-yard third period drive that ended with Starr bolting over for a touchdown from the eight. Don Chandler, whose field goal had beaten Baltimore 13-10 in last December's dramatic playoff for the Western Conference crown, kicked another from the 15 as the Packers took a 24-3 lead with only a quarter to play. But the defense, as it had through the Packers 1965 season, was the key to the victory, Green Bay's fourth straight over the Colts. Caffey's 52-yard romp with a pass stolen from the peerless Colts' quarterback gave the Packers a 7-3 lead late in the second period. Four plays later Jeter got into the act by grabbing another Unitas pass at the Baltimore 46 and racing untouched into the end zone. Unitas was missing from the Colts' lineup last season when the Packers and Colts met in the playoff game. But he seemed completely recovered from knee surgery as he led the Colts to early game mastery over the slight underdog Packers. - NFL "GOTW" highlights from game - original, 26 minutes (Quality 9) - Added June, 2009

(12-10-66) Green Bay Packers @ Baltimore Colts - Elijah Pitts, who toiled in the shadow of Paul Hornung for years, scored two big touchdowns for Green Bay Saturday in a 14-10 victory over the stubborn Baltimore Colts, clinching the Western Conference title. It was the fifth conference crown for the Packers in eight years since Vince Lombardi came West to take over the coaching job. The gruelling battle was fought in a rainstorm that soaked most of the sell-out crowd of 60,238 at Memorial Stadium and turned the field into a mudbath. Pitts, the 27-year-old halfback from Philader Smith College scored in the first period on a 42-yard pass reception from Bart Starr to give the Packers a 7-0 lead. He scored again in the fourth period on a two-yard plunge after the Colts had taken a 10-7 halftime lead. The Colts scored all their points in the second period on a two-yard plunge by Tony Lorick and a 26-yard field goal by Lou Michaels. Lorick's touchdown was set up by a pass from Johnny Unitas to Tom Matte that took the ball to the two-yard line. The Colts almost won the game in the closing minutes when Unitas led a drive to the Packers' 15-yard line and then left his protective pass pocket to run the ball inside the 10-yard line. He fumbled when tackled, however, and Dave Robinson recovered for the Packers on the five. Green Bay easily ran out the clock. - NFL "GOTW" highlights from game - original, 26 minutes (Quality 9) - Added June, 2009

 

1967

(11-05-67) Green Bay Packers @ Baltimore Colts - Green Bay turned back the clock on Johnny Unitas, but Unitas turned the tables on the Packers. Unitas, who fumbled away Baltimore's last hope for the 1966 National Football League title when the Packers caught him on the run. won a frantic fourth-down foot race in this rematch and then pitched the unbeaten Colts to a 13-10 comeback triumph over the defending NFL champs. With less than two minutes to play and the Colts behind 10-6, Unitas, forced out of his pocket by the Packer rush, scrambled through a patch of daylight and picked up six vital yards for a first down on the Green Bay 23-yard line. On the next play, the magnificent quarterback fired a touchdown strike to Willie Richardson, ending the Colts' five-game losing streak against Green Bay and keeping them perfect. Unitas' second TD pass in the final two minutes, after rookie Rich Volk recovered Lou Michael's onside kick, avenged a 14-10 loss to the Packers at Baltimore last December, a loss that eliminated the Colts from the Western Conference race. The Packers stymied Unitas through three quarters and built a 10-0 lead on Don Chandler's 49-yard field goal and Bart Starr's 31-yard pass to Donny Anderson. Unitas got the Colts back in the game on a 10-yard payoff pass to Alex Hawkins with 2:19 to go in the final period. Michaels flubbed the extra point conversion, then sliced a short kickoff. Volk fell on the ball at the Green Bay 34 and the Colts put over the winning touchdown with 1:28 on the clock. - NFL "GOTW" highlights from game - (25 mins) original

(12-17-67) Baltimore Colts @ Los Angeles Rams - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

 

1968

(12-22-68) 1968 NFC Western Conference Championship - Minnesota Vikings vs Baltimore Colts - Narrated Highlights in color from the game. About 12 minutes of footage and DVD also includes NFC Eastern Conference Championship highlights. (Quality 9) - Added December, 2008

(12-29-68) 1968 NFL Championship - Balitimore Colts @ Cleveland Browns - Original, color, 25 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(01-12-69) Super Bowl III - NY Jets vs Baltimore Colts - @ Miami, FL - Namath guarantee's win over mighty Colts and the largest upset ever takes place in the NFL - (Announcers: Curt Gowdy, Al DeRogatis and Kyle Rote, with Jim Simpson on sidelines Pledge to our flag: Frank Borman, Jim Lovell, Bill Anders (Apollo 8 astronauts) National Anthem: Lloyd Geisler (principal trumpet of the Washington National Symphony Orchestra)) - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

 

1969

(09-28-69) Baltimore Colts @ Minnesota Vikings - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(10-26-69) WK 6 Baltimore Colts vs San Francisco 49ers - original, color GOTW highlights, 22 mins (quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(11-09-69) Green Bay Packers @ Baltimore Colts - (Colts radio broadcast on 2 cassettes, JIP @ 6:40 in 1st) - March, 2011

 

1970

(09-28-70) Kansas City Chiefs @ Baltimore Colts - Second MNF game ever! Chiefs, lead by QB Lenny Dawson, who throws 4 TD passes, show they are the Super Bowl Champions with win 44-24 over the team that would be the eventual Super Bowl Champions of 1970. Johnny Unitas has an off night early and the Baltimore Colts fall to far behind early! Frank Pitts catches 2 TDs and Johnny Robinson has 3 ints & a fumble return for a TD - includes pregame which has interview with Unitas (181 min) (Jackson/ Cosell/ Meredith) (Quality 8)

(10-18-70) Baltimore Colts @ New York Jets - original GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(12/26/70-12/27/70) 1970 AFC Divisional Playoffs - Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Colts + Miami Dolphins @ Oakland Raiders - Silent "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15, Summerall/Brookshier, 30 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(01-03-71) 1970 AFC Championship - Oakland Raiders @ Baltimore Colts - Original, color GOTW highlights, 22 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 8)

(01-03-71) 1970 AFC Championship - Oakland Raiders @ Baltimore Colts - 1970 player of the year george blanda almost leads raiders back to victory vs john unitas - Original Radio Broadcast on CD - Added August, 2011

(01-17-71) Super Bowl V - Baltimore Colts vs Dallas Cowboys - @ Miami, FL - The Blunder Bowl! Rookie Kicker Jim O'Brien hits a game-winning 32-yard field goal with under 5 seconds to go! Dallas would injure Johnny Unitas and take him out of the game, but not before he threw the Colts only scoring pass. The pass would carom off of Eddie Hinton's fingertips, off Dallas db Mel Renfro, and would be snagged by John Mackey, who would score a 75-yard TD. Dallas' Chuck Howley, who picked off two passes, became the first defensive player and the first player from a losing team to be named MVP of the game. This Super Bowl was also the first ever played on artificial turf. (NBC)(Gowdy/ Rote/ Ennis) (Compilation tape, most of 2nd Qtr of TV broadcast = 9 rating, TV highlights of key plays, including actual footage of the winning FG = 9 rating, and also includes Super Bowl 5 NFL Films highlight film) One of the most complete DVDs of Super Bowl 5 video footage you will find.

(01-17-71) Super Bowl V - Baltimore Colts vs Dallas Cowboys - @ Miami, FL - Complete NBC Radio Broadcast on CD. - Added March, 2009

 

1971

(09-09-71) Baltimore Colts vs New York Jets - B&W game film / New York Jets radio audio merger - Added June, 2009

(10-25-71) Baltimore Colts @ Minnesota Vikings - MNF - A match between two incredible defense's of their day sees Minnesota pull out 10-3 slugfest win over Baltimore on MNF as Johnny Unitas' 4th Down pass in the end zone hits the upright in thrilling finish! - has pregame, which includes Unitas, commercials and half-time (Quality 9)

(11-08-71) L.A. Rams @ Baltimore Colts - MNF - Tom Matte 97yrds and 2 TDS/ Ted Hendricks big fumble recovery return for score. Cosell interviews VP Spiro Agnew. - 3 discs, includes commercials and halftime (quality 8.5) - added August, 2007

(11-21-71) Baltimore Colts @ Miami Dolphins - rebroadcast, color GOTW highlights, 22 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 8.5)

(12/25/71-12/26/71) 1971 Divisional Playoffs - Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins @ Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Colts @ Cleveland Browns, Washington @ San Francisco 49ers - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(01-02-72) 1971 AFC Championship - Baltimore Colts @ Miami Dolphins - Miami uses solid running game and big plays to down rival Baltimore 21-0, lead by Johnny Unitas, and advance to their first Super Bowl - Radio Audio & Gamefilm merged (100 mins) (NBC)(Jones/ Ratterman)

(01-01-72) 1971 AFC Championship - Baltimore Colts @ Miami Dolphins - original color GOTW highlights, 22 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 8.5)

 

1972

(09-24-72) New York Jets @ Baltimore Colts - original, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(10-29-72) Miami Dolphins @ Baltimore Colts - Miami's powerful ground game of Larry Csonka (19-93-2), Mercury Morris (11-71-1), and Jim Kiick (14-52) keys 23-0 shut out of Baltimore in continuing march towards perfect record! - game film, b/w, silent - Added March, 2009

 

1973

(preseason) New York Jets @ Baltimore Colts - Baltimore’s Rookie QB Bert Jones’ second career start goes a little better that his first, except for the 4 int’s that lead to New Yorks 34-10 win at home! - 1st Half only (Quality 8) - Added October, 2008

(10-21-73) Baltimore Colts @ Detroit Lions - Rebroadcast GOTW highlights, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

 

1975

(12-14-75) Miami Dolphins @ Baltimore Colts - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

(12/27/75-12/28/75) 1975 Divisional Playoffs - Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Cardinals @ LA Rams, Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings, Cincinnati Bengals @ Oakland Raiders - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1976

(12/18/76-12/19/76) 1976 Divisional Playoffs - Washington Redskins @ Minnesota Vikings, LA Rams @ Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots @ Oakland Raiders, Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1977

(11-07-77) Washington Redskins @ Baltimore Colts - MNF compilation disc of 5 edited games - heavily edited footage from the game. Picks up at halftime - Includes Halftime, 13 minutes from the game (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(11-27-77) Baltimore Colts @ Denver Broncos - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

(12-05-77) Baltimore Colts @ Miami Dolphins - MNF compilation disc of 5 edited games - heavily edited footage from the game. Picks up at halftime - Includes Halftime, 13 minutes from the game (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(12-11-77) Detroit Lions @ Baltimore Colts - Lions win on Leonard Thompson's blocked punt with 9 seconds remaining - Also have original GOTW highlights from game

(12-18-77) New England Patriots @ Baltimore Colts - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

(12-24-77) 1977 AFC Divisional - Oakland Raiders @ Baltimore Colts - 2 OTs - "The Ghost to the Post" game sees the Raiders 37-31 over the Colts in Double Overtime!!! Great Game! - added March, 2007 - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

 

1978

(preseason) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Colts - added May, 2009

(09-04-78) Baltimore Colts @ Dallas Cowboys - added May, 2009

(09-18-78) Baltimore Colts @ New England Patriots - MNF - The Joe Washington Game! Colts beat the Patriots 34-27 on the road in the rain in the game where Baltimore rookie RB Joe Washington took over the second half to beat New England nearly single handily by throwing, catching, and returning a kickoff for touchdowns! Complete, includes commercials and half-time (Cosell’s highlight package) - gifford/meridth/cosell - Named one of the NFL's greatest finishes

(10-01-78) WK 5 - Philadelphia Eagles @ Baltimore Colts - Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

(11-06-78) Washington Redskins @ Baltimore Colts - MNF - Bert Jones with 3 TD passes despite still suffering from a shoulder separation - Most commercials edited out, includes Cosell’s half-time highlights and pregame (quality 8.5)

(12-09-78) Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Played in a blizzard - gowdy/brodie - some edited huddles (Quality 8.5)

 

1979

(09-09-79) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Baltimore Colts - added March, 2008

(09-23-79) Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 8) - added May, 2011

(11-18-79) Baltimore Colts @ New England Patriots - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

 

1980

(09-14-80) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Colts - Includes pregame, commercials (Quality 8) - Added October, 2008

(11-09-80) Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Colts - Includes Commercials and halftime - added December, 2007

 

1981

(10-18-81) San Diego Chargers @ Baltimore Colts - (Quality 8.5) - Added August, 2008

 

1982

(12-19-82) Green Bay Packers @ Baltimore Colts - OT - The Baltimore Colts would avoid a completely-winless season by forcing a tie with the Packers. The Colts scored twice in the fourth quarter, while Stenerud missed a potential game-winning field goal. Played in snowy conditions. (Quality 9.0)

 

1983

(09-11-83) Denver Broncos @ Baltimore Colts - John Elway's second pro game and his début in the city, Baltimore, he scorned! Boo's rained down loudly from the start, and John just doesn't perform (9-21, 0tds, 106yds) to well. Steve DeBerg relieves and saves the day in 17-10 Bronco victory. - added January, 2008

(12-11-83) Baltimore Colts @ Denver Broncos - John Elway's first ever fourth quarter comeback & first ever 300+ passing game!!! Trailing Baltimore (the team that he forced to trade him) 19-0 with just over nine minutes to play in the game, the rookie QB rallied the troops. He threw two quick TD passes to get the Broncos back in the game, and then connected with RB Gerald Willhite on a fourth-down play for a 26-yard touchdown with 44 seconds left. The 75,000 fans in attendance went bonkers, as a future legend was born. - added January, 2008

 

Indianapolis Colts

1984

(10-21-84) WK 8 - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Indianapolois Colts - (Quality 8) - September, 2011

(11-11-84) Indianapolis Colts @ New York Jets - Added September, 2008

 

1985

(10-27-85) Green Bay Packers @ Indianapolis Colts - Indianapolis' RB Randy McMillan (24-126-1) enjoys stellar afternoon leading his team to 37-10 victory. After being thoroughly embarassed by the lowly Colts, Green Bay staged a better fight in the locker room than they did on the field. Reporters standing outside the Packers' dressing room doors at the Hoosier Dome after the game could hear shouts of obscenities and the sounds of a scuffle, but it wasn't until a day later that they learned what had triggered the mayhem. Virgil Knight, one of Gregg's more volatile assistants, had thrown a full can of Coke at the head of linebacker Mike Douglass. "If it would have hit him, it would have killed him," another staff member recently said. - (Quality A) (3 discs)

(12-08-85) Indianapolis Colts @ Chicago Bears - Walter Payton 111 yards rushing

 

1987

(01-09-88) 1987 AFC Divisional - Indianapolis Colts vs Cleveland Browns - (Quality 9)

 

1988

(11-13-88) Indianapolis Colts @ Green Bay Packers - Green Bay tried to rally from a 20-3 deficit, but fell short. Dale Dawson, who had replaced Max Zendejas in Week 10, kicked two field goals in the loss. includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9.0)

(12-18-88) WK 16 Buffalo Bills @ Indianapolis Colts - Going into the last game of the 1988 season, the Colts desperately needed a win and a Cleveland loss to make the playoffs. A quarterback controversy had been brewing all year between Jack Trudeau and Gary Hogeboom, and in the last game of the season, one faction had its revenge. With the Colts trailing 14-3 in the fourth quarter, Trudeau got hurt and Hogeboom replaced him. He threw two touchdown passes to seal up a comeback win. Simultaneously, Houston was beating Cleveland in Cleveland 23-7. The playoffs seemed assured. Unfortunately, the crowd was informed that the Oilers had collapsed and Cleveland won 28-23 scoring the last 21 points of the game. - Added May, 2011

 

1990

(12-22-90) Washington Redskins @ Indianapolis Colts - A Saturday night classic in Jeff George’s Rookie year. The game was decided on a 4th quarter INT return for a touchdown. - (Quality 8.5)

 

1991

(11-24-91) Indianapolis Colts @ Green Bay Packers - Mike Tomczak took off on Green Bay's longest run of the season, setting up his own third-quarter touchdown, and the Packers' defense stopped an Indianapolis drive in the fourth quarter for a 14-10 victory over the Colts. Tomczak's 48-yard run set up his own 2-yard TD run with 9:08 left in the third quarter, putting Green Bay ahead 14-3, and the Packers held on in the fourth quarter for their third victory in 12 games. - added June 2007

 

1993

(08-27-93) Indianapolis Colts @ Green Bay Packers - preseason - added September, 2007

(10-10-93) Dallas Cowboy @ Indianapolis Colts - Added March, 2009

 

1995

(08-19-95) Indianapolis Colts @ Green Bay Packers - preseason - added September, 2007

(10-08-95) Indianapolis Colts @ Miami Dolphins - added March, 2009

(10-15-95) WK 7 San Francisco 49ers @ Indianapolis Colts - A huge 4th down, goal-line stop just before halftime propelled the Colts to a great win over the defending champs on a closing minutes Blanchard FG. - Includes last 10 minutes of FOX Pre-Game, halftime and commercials (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(12-17-95) San Diego Chargers @ Indianapolis Colts - A back and forth battle both teams fighting for a playoff spot- a last second FG wins it. - (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(12-31-95) 1995 AFC Wildcard - Indianapolis Colts @ San Diego Chargers - added September, 2008

(01-07-96) 1995 AFC Divisional - Indianapolis Colts @ Kansas City Chiefs - added August, 2008

(01-14-96) 1995 AFC Championship - Indianapolis Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Woody Williams makes an unbelievable tackle when Indy is trying to run out clock to give the ball back to the Steelers and set up the game winning drive. Indy comes within a ball resting on their receivers chest on a hail mary of winning - Voted as one of the 90's greatest games - added December, 2007 - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

 

1996

(08-24-96) Green Bay Packers @ Indianapolis Colts - preseason - added September, 2007

(12-29-96) 1996 AFC Wildcard - Indianapolis Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - added September, 2008

 

1997

(09-21-97) Indianapolis Colts @ Buffalo Bills - Buffalo rallies from 26-0 deficit. - Added May, 2011

(11-16-97) Green Bay Packers @ Indianapolis Colts - The Indianapolis Colts finally found a team they could beat and it turned out to be the defending Super Bowl champions. Cary Blanchard kicked a 20-yard field goal as time expired to give the Colts a 41-38 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. It was the Colts' first victory this season but the third game-winning field goal by Blanchard against a defending Super Bowl champion in three years. With the Colts lined up at the Packers' 3-yard line, the game winner was nothing more than an extra-point kick, a gimme. "I'm not going to miss an extra point. I've never missed an extra point," Blanchard said. The Colts moved 72 yards in the final 5:19 after Green Bay tied the game 38-38 on Brett Favre's second touchdown pass to Antonio Freeman. Paul Justin, who passed for a career-high 340 yards, completed four straight passes on the winning drive. His 27- and 28-yarders to Ken Dilger took the Colts to the Packers 1 with just under two minutes to go. Instead of trying for a touchdown, Justin dropped to his knee on three straight plays, forcing Green Bay to use its last time out and running the clock down to three seconds. Blanchard, whose field goals beat San Francisco two years ago and Dallas last year, then kicked the game-winner as time ran out. The Colts stormed onto the field in celebration. - (Quality 8.5)

(11-23-97) Indianapolis Colts @ Detroit Lions - Barry Sanders (24 carries for 216 yards and two TD's) recorded his 10th straight 100-yard game, breaking the NFL record for most consecutive 100 yard games in a single season, previously held by Walter Payton in 1985. Sanders, who scored on an 80-yard run in the third quarter, also became the first player in NFL history to record more than two touchdown runs of 80-yards-or-more in a season (three in '97).

 

1999

(09-19-99) WK 2 Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots - Trailing 28-7 at the half, Drew Bledsoe rallies the Patriots behind three second half touchdown passes, including two to Ben Coates in the 4th quarter. Adam Vinatieri seals the victory with a fieldgoal with 35 seconds left. - Added May, 2011

(10-10-99) Miami Dolphins @ Indianapolis Colts - Added March, 2009

(12-05-99) Indianapolis Colts @ Miami Dolphins - After the debacle that was the first Dolphins/Colts game of the season, the Colts were hungry for revenge and their first division title since 1987. The Colts jumped out to an early 17-3 lead thanks in part to an insane run by Edgerrin James. The Dolphins battled back and the game was largely back and forth all day with the Colts staying just a step ahead. With just seconds to go, Marino put the Fins in position for a Mare field goal to tie the game. Manning got the ball with 29 seconds to play and two time outs. After a couple of quick strikes and timeouts, Vanderjagt banged home a massive 53 yarder at the gun to win the game. This game featured a young Manning out dueling an aging Marino and was an instant classic - Added May, 2009

(01-16-00) 1999 AFC Divisional - Tennessee Titans @ Indianpolis Colts - Titans win 19-16 on the road - w/commercials and halftime - added March, 2007

 

2000

(11-19-00) Indianapolis Colts @ Green Bay Packers - Peyton Manning makes his first trip to Lambeau field and gets to play in snow flurries and bitter cold - Bill Schroeder chewed up the Colts for 155 yards through the air and Ahman Green battered them for 153 yards on the ground in spectacular individual performances. What appeared likely to end in blow-out fashion ended with Green Bay marching down the field to wind down the game's final minutes and keep the red-hot Colts offense from having a chance to take the lead. After quarterback Peyton Manning found Jerome Pathon in the end zone to put the Colts within two points with just over two minutes remaining in the game, the Packers took control at their own 31-yard line. Instead of limiting the offense to rushing plays in order to take time off the clock, the Packers aggressively came out firing with a 22-yard completion to Schroeder as the two-minute warning approached. After a pass interference penalty was called on the Colts at the Indianapolis 47, the Packers then began pounding the line of scrimmage with Green. His consecutive runs of 19, 4, 5 and 2 yards left Green Bay with a first down at the Indianapolis 6-yard line, and Brett Favre was able to kneel down to use the final seconds and give his team a win. Refs make a horrible call at the end of first half that prevented the Packers from scoring. - Includes commercials (Quality 8.5)

(12-30-00) 2000 AFC Wildcard - Indianapolis Colts vs Miami Dolphins - Great game! Miami overcomes three first half interceptions that lead to 14-0 Indy lead at the break. Dolphins come out running the ball, and eventually tie the game at 17 with less then a minute remaining in regulation. In overtime, the Colts never miss kicker does just that, and it leads to a dramatic ending when Miami RB Lamar Smith (40-209-2, an NFL Record for carries in a playoff game, and the second highest total rushing ever in a playoff game) breaks several tackles on 17 yard game winning run for 23-17 Dolphin win at home! - Upgraded August, 2008

 

2001

(09-30-01) Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots - Tom Brady's first start

 

2002

(01-04-03) 2002 AFC Wildcard - Indianapolis Colts @ New York Jets - added August, 2008

 

2003

(10-06-03) Indianapolis Colts @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Indianapolis becomes the first team in NFL History to come back when trailing by 21 or more with less then four minutes to go in the game. Down 35-14 QB Peyton Manning (34-47, 386yds, 2tds) combines with WR Marvin Harrison (11-176-2) pulls off historic comeback to send game into OT where they win it 38-35 on a very controversial FG!

(11-30-03) New England Patriots @ Indianapolis Colts - Homefield advantage was on the line as the 9-2 New England visited the 9-2 Colts. In the third the Patriots were ahead 31-10 and seemingly in control when turnovers and stellar Colts play allowed them to crawl back in the game. After breaking a 31-31 tie with a TD to Deoin Branch, the Colts first cut the lead to 38-34 with a fieldgoal and then drove for the game winning score late in the 4th. With under 20 seconds to go, the Colts had a first and goal from the 1. The Patriots defense withstood the Colts offense on the first three plays. On 4th and goal from the 1, Willie McGinest feigned coverage and came in untouched to stuff Edgerrin James short of the goaline and perserve the Patriots victory. - limited commercials - Gumbel & Simms - halftime (Quality 8.5)

(01-04-04) 2003 AFC Wildcard - Denver Broncos @ Indianapolis Colts - Colts Quarterback Peyton Manning completed 22 of 26 passes for 377 yards and 5 touchdowns, giving him a perfect passer rating of 158.3 as the Colts crushed the Broncos, scoring on every possession until running back Edgerrin James lost a fumble with 14:14 left in the fourth quarter. Manning passed for four touchdowns in the first half alone, including one to Marvin Harrison where he got up and scored after falling down untouched. Both Harrison and Brandon Stokley scored two touchdowns for Indianapolis, and Reggie Wayne added the fifth. Meanwhile, the Colts defense picked off two passes from Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer and recovered a fumble. Harrison recorded a career postseason high 7 receptions for 133 yards 2 touchdowns, while receiver Brandon Stokley caught 4 passes for 144 yards and 2 scores. - Added October, 2008

(01-11-04) 2003 AFC Divisional - Indianapolis Colts @ Kansas City Chiefs - Offensive shoot out results in the first playoff game in NFL history with no punts! Lead by Peyton Manning (22-30, 3tds, 304yds) and Edgerrin James (26-125-2) Indianapolis scores on every possession except their last one, when they run the clock down to only eight seconds remaining, for 38-31 win. Kansas City did get a huge performance from Priest Homes (24-176-2) but it's not enough as they lose at home for the first time this season. - added August, 2008

(01-18-04) 2003 AFC Championship - Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots - On a cold snow flurry filled day New England's Defense holds Indianapolis' white hot offense lead by QB Peyton Manning (23-47, 237yds, 1td, 4ints) in check for most of the game in 24-14 win at home for their 14th straight victory - added October, 2007

 

2004

(09-09-04) Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots - In a game that saw the Colts seize control early behind Edgerrin James running, the Patriots would storm back in the second half to take a 27-17 lead into the fourth. Much like the game 10 months earlier, the Colts would mount a comeback and were driving late for the win or a game tying field goal. On 3rd and 8 from the Patriots 17, Willie McGinest, again would make a game saving play. This time he came off the line unchecked and sacked Peyton Manning for a 12 yard loss pushing any possible FG attempt from 34 to 47 yards. Mike Vanderjagt would miss his first kick since December 2002. (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(09-26-04) Green Bay Packers @ Indianapolis Colts - Favre vs Manning - Peyton Manning threw for 393 yards and five first-half touchdowns and the Indianapolis Colts beat the Green Bay Packers in a wild, high-scoring game. Brett Favre threw for 358 yards and four TDs and the Packers rallied from an 18-point halftime deficit to within a touchdown. But the play of the game was made by two defensive backs, Jason David and Nick Harper. They ended what could have been a game-tying drive by the Packers with 6:21 left. David stripped Javon Walker after he caught Favre's pass just across midfield and Harper returned it to the Green Bay 36. That set up Edgerrin James' 1-yard touchdown run with 1:49 left to seal the win. - (Quality 9)

(10-31-04) Wk 8 - Indianapolis Colts @ Kansas City Chiefs - THE SHOOTOUT PART 2: Rematch of the 2003 AFC Divisional Playoff Game. KC RB Priest Holmes detroys the Colts! Rushes for 3 TD's as the Chiefs outlast Peyton Manning and Company 45-35. - (Quality 8.5) - Added July, 2011

(12-26-04) San Diego Chargers @ Indianapolis Colts - OT - Peyton Manning sets the single season all time NFL passing TD's mark while leading his team to 4th Qtr comeback that leads to 34-31 win in Overtime! In addition to Peyton's record setting mark, San Diego's RB LaDainian Tomlinson (13th straight game with rushing TD) and TE Antonio Gates (13th TD reception in a season at his position) set all time NFL records too! - Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 9) (4 DVDs) - Added July, 2011

(01-09-05) 2004 AFC Wildcard - Denver Broncos @ Indianapolis Colts - Indianapolis actually tops their blowout of Denver in last years playoffs. They bust out to 35-3 lead at the half, and coast to 49-24 victory. Peyton Manning (27-33, 458yds, 4td, 145.7 rating) continues his unreal season with help from a great performance out of WR Reggie Wayne (10-221-1). An awesome display of offense. - added March, 2007

(01-16-05) 2004 AFC Divisional - Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots - Dejavu! New England once again shuts down the record setting Indianapolis QB Peyton Manning in even more impressive style than last years conference championship game, this time winning 20-3. The Patriots use RB Corey Dillon (23-144) and a ball control offense to post scoring drives of 16, 15, and 14 plays, to compliment their hard hitting defense and key the surprising victory - added March, 2007

 

2005

(09-11-05) Indianapolis Colts vs Baltimore Ravens

(11-07-05) Indianapolis Colts vs New England Patriots - MNF

(12-18-05) San Diego Chargers vs Indianapolis Colts - upset of the year as Colts fall from unbeaten season Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 9)

(01-15-06) 2005 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers vs Indianapolis Colts - Ten point underdog Pittsburgh goes to Indianapolis and pulls off a shocker in a Classic! What a game with an Amazing Finish! Steelers use harassing blitzing defense to stifle top seed Colts awesome offense, and key passing combined with great running to build 21-3 lead after three quarters. But suddenly QB Peyton Manning gets hot for the Colts and begins an impossible comeback after dramatically waving off the punting unit to go for it on fourth down from his own 40, and he gets them to within three points! But two crucial 4th & Inches conversions by Pittsburgh used up important time, a controversial Steeler interception was over turned, a big Pitt defensive stand when up only 21-18 with a minute left that gives them the ball at the Indianapolis two, and seemingly the game to Pittsburgh. But then Jerome Bettis fumbles, and the Colts return it out to midfield with QB Ben Roethlisberger making a game saving shoe string tackle, to me thus coining this game "The Immaculate Tackle"! Manning then quickly maneuvers it to the Pitt 28, just missing a game winning pass in the end zone, before the Colts kicker amazingly misses the tying FG. What more could a game give you for excitement???!!!???

 

2006

(09-10-06) Indianapolis Colts @ New York Giants - the "Manning Bowl" - Peyton and Eli meet for the first time - first Sunday night football game ever on NBC - Includes pregame, halftime, and postgame (with Football night in America)

(10-01-06) WK 4 Indianapolis Colts @ New York Jets - Manning was at his best, leading 2 drives in the final minutes to give the Colts the lead and then the win. Ended on a crazy multi-lateral play by the Jets - Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 8.5) - Added July, 2011

(10-29-06) WK 8 Indianapolis Colts @ Denver Broncos - Last team with the ball wins sounds like a cliché, but it summed up so many games the 2006 Colts played. This late afternoon classic was no exception. The Broncos had the lead at the half, 14-6. The Colts went on a long drive to start the second half, and then converted a short field after recovering a Jake Plummer fumble for a 20-14 lead. The infamous run defense then almost took over for the Colts. They gave up a rushing score at the end of the 3rd quarter and trailed again 21-20. Vinatieri nailed a long FG, but the Broncos rammed the ball down the field for a 28-23 lead with less than 7 to play. Manning and Wayne responded by completely abusing a young Denver corner and with 3:56 to play, the Colts took a 31-28 lead after a 2 point conversion. Gilbert Gardner struck back by abandoning his hole and letting Denver rip off a 48 yard run. Fortunately, the defense stiffened, and Denver settled for a long field goal and a tie with just 1:49 to play. 1:49 is waaaay to long to give #18 however, and unfortunately for the Denver, Darrent Williams was still on the field. Manning calmly moved the Colts down field to set up a game winning field goal try from Adam Vinatieri with just two seconds on the clock. By the time the dust had settled, the Colts were 7-0 for the second straight season. - Includes commercials (Quality 8.5) - added May, 2011

(12-03-06) Indianapolis Colts @ Tennessee Titans - Vince Young and the Titans come back to stun the Colts on Rob Bironis’ 60-yard field goal - added March, 2007

(01-06-07) 2006 AFC Wildcard - Kansas City Chiefs @ Indianapolis Colts - added March, 2007

(01-13-07) 2006 AFC Divisional - Indianapolis Colts @ Baltimore Ravens - added March, 2007

(01-21-07) 2006 AFC Championship - New England Patriots @ Indianapolis Colts - The Colts complete the largest comeback in AFC/NFC Championship history. The Colts gained 455 offensive yards, 32 first downs, and managed to overcome a 21-3 deficit to the Patriots to earn their first trip to the Super Bowl since the 1970 season. Their 18-point comeback was the largest ever in an NFL conference championship game, and tied the record for the fourth largest NFL postseason comeback. The Colts' win was especially satisfying coming against New England, who had eliminated them from the playoffs in the 2003 AFC title game and the 2004 divisional round.

(02-04-07) Super Bowl XLI - Indianapolis Colts vs Chicago Bears - includes pregame show, pregame, commercials, halftime, full postgame show - added August, 2008

 

2007

(11-04-07) New England Patriots @ Indianapolis Colts - In a game that for the first time in NFL History matched teams with at least 7-0 or better records and was one of the most hyped regular season games ever, but it actually lived up to its billing. A classic comeback victory lead by QB Tom Brady (who had three more TD Passes to give him 33, a Patriot record, as he continues his march towards Peyton Manning's all time season record of 49 in a single season). For Indianapolis, the star of the game was RB Joseph Addai (26-112 rushing as well as 5-114-1 receiving) who became the first player ever in their long storied history of stars to have a 100 yards rushing and receiving in the same game. - Added January, 2008

(01-13-08) 2007 AFC Divisional - San Diego Chargers @ Indianapolis Colts - Despite the loss of starting quarterback Phillip Rivers and running back LaDanian Tomlinson (the NFL's leading rusher during the season), San Diego still managed to defeat the defending Super Bowl champion Colts, forcing them to turn the ball over on downs twice in San Diego territory in the final minutes of the game. Manning led the Colts down the field, moving the ball 70 yards and converting a 4th down and 5 with a 16-yard completion to Clark. But he threw three consecutive incompletions from the Chargers 7-yard line, turning the ball over on downs. Indianapolis' defense managed to force a punt, but the Colts turned the ball over on downs again with 53 seconds left and San Diego ran out the rest of the clock. - Added October, 2008

 

2008

(09-14-08) Indianapolis Colts @ Minnesota Vikings - Added March, 2009

(10-19-08) Indianapolis Colts @ Green Bay Packers - Aaron Rodgers was efficient in throwing for 186 yards and a score and the Packers returned two interceptions for touchdowns in their pounding of the Colts. Rodgers, 21-of-28 on pass attempts, and Ryan Grant had his best showing this season with 105 yards rushing and a touchdown on 31 carries. It was Grant's first rushing TD of the year and first 100-yard game this season. Backup tailback Brandon Jackson led the Pack in receiving with six grabs for 37 yards for Green Bay, which moved into a two-way tie with the Bears atop the NFC North standings. Peyton Manning was a pedestrian 21-of-42 passing for 229 yards with two interceptions that were returned for scores. Dominic Rhodes scored both Indy touchdowns with 73 yards rushing on 20 attempts. Dallas Clark led all receivers with eight catches for 81 yards for the Colts, who now sit three games back of Tennessee in the AFC South.

(11-09-08) Indianapolis Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Added March, 2009

(01-03-09) 2008 AFC Wildcard - Indianapolis Colts @ San Diego Chargers - Added September, 2011

 

2009

(01-16-10) 2009 AFC Divisional - Baltimore Ravens @ Indianapolis Colts - Added March, 2011

(01-24-10) 2009 AFC Championship - New York Jets @ Indianapolis Colts - Added March, 2011

(02-07-10) Super Bowl XLIV - New Orleans Saints vs Indianapolis Colts - Added March, 2011

 

2010

(08-26-10) Indianapolis Colts @ Green Bay Packers - Preseason - Aaron Rodgers threw for 195 yards and three touchdowns, as Green Bay flexed its offensive muscle. Rodgers completed 21-of-29 passes to increase his preseason stats to 41-of-53 for 470 yards, six touchdowns and no interceptions, as the Packers won for the second time in three exhibition games. Matt Flynn threw for another two touchdowns in the win. Jermichael Finley led the receiving attack with six catches for 85 yards and a score, while Donald Driver and James Jones each caught a touchdown pass in the win. Jason Chery capped the scoring with a long 75-yard punt return for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Peyton Manning completed 15-of-26 passes for 214 yards and two touchdowns while throwing one interception in the loss, as the Colts fell to 0-3 in preseason action this season and 4-21 since 2005. This is the sixth consecutive losing exhibition schedule for the Colts, although they haven't missed the playoffs since 2001. Pierre Garcon played for the first time this preseason and caught two passes for 42 yards and a score. Reggie Wayne added seven receptions for a game-high 96 yards and a touchdown. Joseph Addai ran for 60 yards in defeat, as the Colts gave up a franchise record most points in a preseason game. - Added March, 2011

(01-08-11) 2010 AFC Wildcard - New York Jets @ Indianapolis Colts - Great game. Colts kick field goal with under a minute to go that gives them a 2 point lead. Sanchez plays great in 4th qtr though and Jets return kickoff all the way to their 46 setting up 3 good passes by Sanchez to put the Jets in position to win with a short field goal as time runs out. - (Quality 10) - Added March, 2011

 

Yearbooks

Indianapolis Colts Yearbooks - 1992 (original) - Added May, 2011

 

Documentaries

"Unitas" - 12-12-99 HBO Documentary - Added March, 2009

Greatest Sports Legends: Bart Starr, Johnny Unitas, Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Pete Rose - Original - Added March, 2011