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Arena: Lucas Oil Stadium
Championships: Super Bowls: 1970 (V), 2006 (XLI)
Head coach: Jim Caldwell
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The Indianapolis Colts were founded as part of the NFL in 1953. In the franchise history of the Colts, they have won 12 Division Championships, 6 Conference Championships, 3 NFL Championships and 2 Super Bowl Championships. The Indianapolis Colts are coached by Jim Caldwell, who has also been a coach in one form or another for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Wake Forest, Penn State, Louisville, Colorado, Northwestern, Southern Illinois, and Iowa. Since 2002 however he has been coaching with the Indianapolis Colts as the Quarterback and Assistant Head Coach; it was not until the Colts’ 2009 season that he was promoted to Head Coach.
In the last decade or so the Indianapolis Colts have done well under Tony Dungy, who prior to Jim Caldwell’s promotion, was the Head Coach above him. During his very first season with the team, he led them 10-6, earning the team a wildcard slot in the playoffs. They had a good run in the 2003 season as well with 12-4 results. Their Quarterback Peyton Manning also earned co-MVP of the NFL that year; he was a first-round draft pick in 1998. The 2004 season ended with almost identical results as 2003. In 2004 Tony Dungy led the Colts to a franchise record with 14 wins and just 2 losses. In 2006 the Colts set another record for not only the team franchise, but the NFL as well, becoming the first team in NFL history to win the first nine games of a season, two seasons in a row. They finished their season 12-4, but it was a proud finish nonetheless.
The Colts finished their 2007 season 13-3, winning their 5th straight Division Title, another club-record, and another NFL record, becoming the first NFL team to win five consecutive seasons with 12+ wins, and one of just four NFL teams to open three consecutive seasons with five straight wins. They also became the first team in 76 years to start three consecutive seasons 7-0. It was an unprecedented season for not just the Colts as a franchise, but individual players as well. Peyton Manning set a club record with 288 touchdowns; Tony Dungy earned his 74th win, breaking the record he had previously shared the number one spot at 73 wins with Don Shula and Ted Marchibroda. He also became the only Coach in the Colts history to earn playoff appearances in six straight seasons.
In 2008 the Colts played their first season at the all new Lucas Oil Stadium. It marked the first time since 2002 that the Colts did not win an AFC South title. They finished the season 12-4, extending thier NFL record to win seven consecutive games in fie seasons, as well another Indianapolis Colts record of six consecutive 12+ victory seasons.