Indianapolis won its first 14 games last year, but new Coach Caldwell sacrificed a shot at a perfect season by resting his starters for a playoff run and the Colts lost their last two. The move then looked like it might pay off when the Colts won the AFC championship and led New Orleans through three quarters in the Super Bowl. But they coughed up that lead and lost. There were signs Indy wasn't invincible along the way, as they won seven games by four points or fewer, including a couple of gifts. The Colts ranked ninth in the league in offense, but dead last in rushing at 81 YPG, and they ranked 18th in defense, just 24th vs. the run. Getting tickets to see the Colts has never been easier now that you have found LetsGetTickets.com.
This year, Indy retains much of the core of the team that's won 12-plus games an amazing seven years in a row. They've still got that guy named Manning at OB, a great set of skill players and an O-line that allowed a league-low 13 sacks last year; and they went defense with their first three picks in the draft.