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The Indianapolis Colts are a professional American football team based in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Colts compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league's American Football Conference (AFC) South division. Since the 2008 season, the Colts have played their games in Lucas Oil Stadium. Previously, the team had played for over two decades (1984–2007) at the RCA Dome. Since 1987, the Colts have served as the host team for the NFL Scouting Combine.

The Colts were founded in 1953 as the Baltimore Colts. The team was originally owned by Carroll Rosenbloom, who purchased the franchise from the Dallas Texans. The Colts played their home games at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland from 1953 to 1983.

The Colts were one of the most successful teams in the NFL during the 1950s and 1960s. The team won three NFL championships (1958, 1959, and 1968) and appeared in four Super Bowls (1968, 1970, 1971, and 1973). The Colts were led by star quarterback Johnny Unitas, who is considered one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history.

In 1984, the Colts relocated to Indianapolis. The move was controversial, as many Baltimore fans were upset to see their team leave. However, the Colts have been successful in Indianapolis, winning two Super Bowls (2006 and 2007 led by Peyton Manning) and appearing in two other Super Bowls (1995 and 1996).

The Colts are currently owned by Jim Irsay, who inherited the team from his father, Robert Irsay, in 1997. The Colts are one of the most popular teams in the NFL, with a large and passionate fan base. The team is also one of the most successful, having won two Super Bowls and appeared in four others.

The Colts have won two Super Bowls:

The Colts have lost two Super Bowls:

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Forgetting 2022

With a 2022 season to forget, Indianapolis Colts are still looking to finally get over the Andrew Luck situation, a sudden retirement that caught the whole franchise off guard. With some key offseason movements, the Colts have a chance of redemption following a forgettable season.

The highlight moment of the summer was the Anthony Richards pick – a 21-year-old quarterback that head coach Shein Steichen named starter ahead of the mustachioed gunslinger Gardner Minshew and Sam Ehlinger.

The Colts also added defensive end Samson Ekuban and defensive tackle Taven Bryan to help fix some key issues of the 2022 season. QB Minshew arrived as a backup plan to Richards in case the rookie needs time to adapt.

One of the most significant plot lines of the offseason has been the future of running back Jonathan Taylor, who requested a trade. He appears to start the season as a Colt, a future in doubt, and on the PUP list for at least the first four weeks.

Could this line up to be a good season for the Colts? It needs to be much better than last year as the boys from Indiana look for a first playoff spot in two seasons.

How did the Indianapolis Colts perform in the 2022 NFL Season?

The Indianapolis Colts embarked on their 70th NFL season in 2022, marking their 39th year in Indianapolis. With high hopes and aspirations, under the leadership of general manager Chris Ballard and head coach Frank Reich, they looked to make their mark. As the season unfolded, it would be one to forget, as the Colts rarely showed playoff potential and stacked loss after loss.

In the offseason, the Colts made a significant move by acquiring Pro Bowl quarterback Matt Ryan in exchange for a 3rd round pick. This decision added depth and experience to the team's offense, as the Colts were still trying to replace the retired Andrew Luck, setting the stage for an intriguing season ahead. Still, nothing could prepare Colts fans for what the season had in store.

The season opened with a mixture of successes and historic setbacks. The first week brought a 20-20 stalemate, the team’s first tie since the 1982 season, when the Colts called Baltimore home. A win over eventual Super Bowl champion Kansas City would tease what could’ve been.

A 3–5–1 start prompted the organization to make a difficult decision: the dismissal of head coach Frank Reich, who held the position since 2018. Stepping in as interim head coach was Jeff Saturday, arriving fresh off duties at ESPN. He also failed to make a dent, despite a fiery introductory press conference that seemed to reignite the fanbase briefly and a 34-27 victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

But that was not a sign of things to come.

Next came seven defeats, including a historic loss. Despite holding a 33-point halftime lead against the Vikings, the Colts let that slip away and lost to Minnesota in the biggest comeback in NFL history. It's not exactly a record you want to be associated with.

The Colts missed the playoffs with a 4-12-1 record, the 9th worst season of the Colts since arriving in Hoosier City. Some might say that this horrible season led them to first-round pick Anthony Richardson, a quarterback with huge potential, but it's risky to expect a rookie to carry you the whole season. Now, he appears to be one of at least four rookie signal-callers who will take the reigns of franchises for the upcoming season.

Could the Colts finally break the playoffs this year? Their last appearance was in 2020, so expectations are high in Indianapolis.

Who did the Indianapolis Colts acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?

The Colts selected the following players to join their roster 2023:

  • Round 1, Pick 4: Anthony Richardson, QB, Florida
  • Round 2, Pick 44: Julius Brents, CB, Kansas State
  • Round 3, Pick 79: Josh Downs, WR, North Carolina
  • Round 4, Pick 106: Blake Freeland, OT, BYU
  • Round 5, Pick 138: Adetomiwa Adebawore, CB, South Carolina
  • Round 5, Pick 158, Daniel Scott, S, Carolina
  • Round 5, Pick 162: Will Mallroy, TE, Miami
  • Round 5, Pick 176: Evan Hull, RB, North Western (Compensatory pick)
  • Round 6, Pick 211: Titus Leo, OLB, Wagner
  • Round 7, Pick 221: Jaylon Jones, CB, Texas A&M
  • Round 7, Pick 236: Jake Witt, OT, Northern Michigan

Who else did the Indianapolis Colts sign for the 2023 Season?

The Colts signed a few other players for the 2023 season:

  • D.J. Montgomery, WR
  • Ronnie Harrison, S
  • Teez Tabor, DB
  • Rashod Berry, DE

They also picked up the following undrafted free agents:

  • Liam Anderson, LB, Holy Cross
  • Cody Chrest, WR, Sam Houston
  • Cole Coleman, CB, Elon
  • Emil Ekiyor Jr, G, Alabama

Indianapolis Colts Key Matchups in 2023

With the fourth-easiest schedule in the league, the Colts could quietly make some noise and hit the ground running to put behind a forgettable 2022. Here are some key games:

Week 1 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: The first game of the season is a home game, with the full support of Lucas Oil Stadium. The Colts will have a tough test as they host a strong team that lost in the playoffs last season against future champion Kansas City. This first game will be a massive test for Shane Steichen’s team, especially rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson.

Week 10 at New England Patriots: A game highlighted amongst a strong International slate, the Colts will clash with the Patriots, with both teams looking to reset after disappointing seasons. The game will take place at Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt.

Week 15 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Another clash with lots of history. And both have young quarterbacks seeking a ticket to the playoffs.

FAQs about Indianapolis Colts 2023 Game Schedule And Tickets

When were the Indianapolis Colts established?

The Indianapolis Colts were established in 1953 as the Baltimore Colts. They moved to Indianapolis in 1984.

Who are the Indianapolis Colts current head coach and quarterback?

The head coach is Stein Steichen, and the quarterback is Anthony Richardson.

How many Super Bowl championships have the Colts won?

The Indianapolis Colts have won two Super Bowl championships, one in the 1970 season (Super Bowl V) and another in the 2006 season (Super Bowl XLI).

Where is Lucas Oil Stadium, the home of the Colts, located?

Lucas Oil Stadium is located in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, providing a central and accessible location for legions of fans to celebrate the Colts before, during, and after the game.

What is the significance of the horseshoe logo on the Colts helmets?

The horseshoe logo is a prominent team symbol representing good luck and tradition. The distinctive horseshoe logo has remained a constant for the team since its early years and is also prominently featured on helmets, team uniforms, and even in the stadium seats.

Who is the most iconic player in Colts history?

While opinions vary, Peyton Manning is often considered one of the most iconic players in Colts history due to his impact on the team and the NFL. Other iconic names include Reggie Wayne, Edgerin James, Jeff Saturday, Marshall Faulk, and Eric Dickerson. But the Sheriff rules over them all.

Have the Colts won any divisional titles?

Yes, the Indianapolis Colts have won 16 divisional titles, with many earned during their years in the AFC South division. In addition, they hold seven conference championships – four as representatives of the NFL Western Conference and three AFC titles.

How many retired numbers do the Colts have?

The Indianapolis Colts have retired several numbers in honor of legendary players, including those of Peyton Manning and Johnny Unitas.

What notable achievements are associated with the Colts Super Bowl victories?

The Colts Super Bowl XLI victory in 2006 was their first championship since moving to Indianapolis – a title 22 years in the making. Quarterback Peyton Manning was named the Super Bowl MVP.

What is the Colts relationship with the community?

The Indianapolis Colts are deeply connected to their community, engaging in various philanthropic efforts, youth programs, and community outreach initiatives to give back to the city and its residents. Peyton Manning continues to give back to the community. Since playing there, he has donated more than $50 million to St. Vincent Children’s Hospital – now known as Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital.

What is the capacity of Lucas Oil Stadium, the home of the Indianapolis Colts?

Lucas Oil Stadium has a seating capacity of approximately 63,000 for football games, which can be expanded for other events and conventions.

What is the Colts rivalry with the New England Patriots known as?

The Colts matchups with New England were often called the “Brady/Manning” rivalry, characterized by the competition between quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. Together, they met five times in the playoffs – Manning winning three of them, and four of the five were in the AFC championship game – one with the Colts in 2006.

Has Lucas Oil Stadium hosted any Super Bowl games?

Yes, Lucas Oil Stadium hosted Super Bowl XLVI in 2012, which featured a matchup between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots, known for its gravity-defying “helmet catch” play.

Who have been the first overall draft picks for the Colts?

The Colts have had four top overall picks in the NFL Draft. The first overall draft pick in their history was quarterback Jeff George, selected in the 1990 NFL Draft. The Colts also selected Peyton Manning first in 1998, defensive end, Steve Emtman in 1992, and Andrew Luck in 2012.

What is the "Ring of Honor" at Lucas Oil Stadium?

The "Ring of Honor" at Lucas Oil Stadium is a section dedicated to honoring prominent figures in Colts history, including players, coaches, and other influential individuals.

How many Pro Football Hall of Famers have played for the Colts?

How many Pro Football Hall of Famers have played for the Colts?

With their deep roots in Baltimore, the Indianapolis Colts have had numerous players and coaches inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Colts players in the Hall of Fame include:

  • Raymond Berry, WR, 1955-1967
  • Richard Dent, DE, 1996
  • Eric Dickerson, RB, 1987-1991
  • Art Donovan, DT, 1953-1961
  • Marshall Faulk, RB, 1994-1998
  • Marvin Harrison, WR, 1996-2008
  • Ted Hendricks, LB, 1969-1973
  • Edgerin James, RB, 1999-2005
  • John Mackey, TE, 1963-1971
  • Gino Marchetti, DE, 1953-1964, 1966
  • Peyton Manning, QB, 1998-2011
  • Jim Parker, OL, 1957-1967
  • Lenny Moore, HB, 1956-1967
  • Johnny Unitas, QB, 1956-1972
  • Joe Perry, FB, 1961-1962

Colts coaches and executives in the Hall of Fame include:

  • Wayne Miller, DB Coach, 1950
  • Weeb Ewbank, Head Coach, 1954-1962
  • Don Shula, Coach, 1963-1969
  • Bill Polian, President & GM, 1998-2011
  • Tony Dungy, Coach, 2002-2008

What is the history behind the Colts move from Baltimore to Indianapolis?

In 1984, the Colts relocated from Baltimore to Indianapolis due to ownership disputes and financial challenges in Baltimore.

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