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1978 Baltimore Colts season
Head Coach Ted Marchibroda
Home Field Memorial Stadium
Results
Record 5–11
Place T-4th AFC East
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Timeline
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1977 1979

The 1978 Baltimore Colts season was the 26th season for the team in the National Football League. The Baltimore Colts finished the National Football League's 1978 season with a record of 5 wins and 11 losses, and finished tied for fourth in the AFC East division with the Buffalo Bills. The Colts lost the tiebreaker to Buffalo based on head-to-head series (0–2).

Regular season Edit

Schedule Edit

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game Site Attendance
1 September 4, 1978 at Dallas Cowboys L 0–38 0–1 Texas Stadium
64,224
2 September 10, 1978 Miami Dolphins L 0–42 0–2 Memorial Stadium
47,730
3 September 18, 1978 at New England Patriots W 34–24 1–2 Schaeffer Stadium
57,284
4 September 24, 1978 at Buffalo Bills L 17–24 1–3 Rich Stadium
55,270
5 October 1, 1978 Philadelphia Eagles L 14–17 1–4 Memorial Stadium
50,314
6 October 8, 1978 at St. Louis Cardinals W 30–17 2–4 Busch Memorial Stadium
47,479
7 October 15, 1978 New York Jets L 10–33 2–5 Memorial Stadium
45,563
8 October 22, 1978 Denver Broncos W 7–6 3–5 Memorial Stadium
54,057
9 October 29, 1978 at Miami Dolphins L 8–26 3–6 Miami Orange Bowl
53,524
10 November 6, 1978 Washington Redskins W 21–17 4–6 Memorial Stadium
57,631
11 November 12, 1978 at Seattle Seahawks W 17–14 5–6 Kingdome
61,905
12 November 19, 1978 Cleveland Browns L 24–25 5–7 Cleveland Stadium
45,341
13 November 26, 1978 New England Patriots L 14–35 5–8 Memorial Stadium
42,828
14 December 3, 1978 at New York Jets L 17–30 5–9 Shea Stadium
50,248
15 December 9, 1978 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 13–35 5–10 Three Rivers Stadium
41,957
16 December 17, 1978 Buffalo Bills L 14–21 5–11 Memorial Stadium
25,415

Standings Edit

AFC East
TeamWLTPCTPFPA
New England Patriots 1150.688358286
Miami Dolphins 1150.688372254
New York Jets 880.500359364
Buffalo Bills 5110.313302354
Baltimore Colts 5110.313239421
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See also Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. NFL 2001 Record and Fact Book, Workman Publishing Co, New York,NY, ISBN 0-7611-2480-2, p. 295
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Buffalo Cleveland Kansas City NY Giants Detroit Los Angeles
Miami Houston Oakland Philadelphia Green Bay New Orleans
New England Pittsburgh San Diego St. Louis Minnesota San Francisco
NY Jets Seattle Washington Tampa Bay
1978 NFL DraftNFL PlayoffsPro BowlSuper Bowl XIII

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