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2011 Indianapolis Colts season
Head Coach Jim Caldwell
Home Field Lucas Oil Stadium
Results
Record 0–10
Place 4th AFC South
Playoff Finish TBD
Pro Bowlers TBD
Timeline
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The 2011 Indianapolis Colts season is the franchise's 59th season in the National Football League, the 28th in Indianapolis and the third under head coach Jim Caldwell. The Colts are coming off a 10–6 record in 2010 and a second consecutive AFC South championship, as well as a ninth consecutive playoff appearance. In 2011, the Colts were looking to set an NFL record for the most consecutive playoff appearances (10) and appear in Super Bowl XLVI, which will be held in Indianapolis. However, as of Week 11, the Colts are winless for the first time since their 1982 season in Baltimore, and for the first time in 10 years they will be eliminated from playoff contention if they lose any more games. They also matched their worst start in franchise history with their loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars at home—the Colts started 0–9 in 1991 and went on to be 1–15.

OffseasonEdit

2011 draft boardEdit

Round Selection Player Position College
1 22 Anthony Castonzo OT Boston College
2 49 [b] Ben Ijalana OT Villanova
3 87 Drake Nevis DT LSU
4 119 Delone Carter RB Syracuse
6 188 Chris Rucker CB MSU
^[a] The Colts traded their seventh-round selection to the Washington Redskins in exchange for CB Justin Tryon.
^[b] The Colts traded their second-round (fifty-fourth overall) selection and their fifth round (152nd overall) selection for the Jacksonville Jaguars second round (forty-ninth overall) selection.

ScheduleEdit

PreseasonEdit

Week Date Kickoff Opponent Results Game site TV NFL.com
recap
Final score Team record
1 August 13 8:00 p.m. EDT at St. Louis Rams L 10–33 0–1 Edward Jones Dome Local 23 WNDY Recap
2 August 19 7:00 p.m. EDT Washington Redskins L 3–16 0–2 Lucas Oil Stadium Local 23 WNDY Recap
3 August 26 8:00 p.m. EDT Green Bay Packers L 21–24 0–3 Lucas Oil Stadium CBS Recap
4 September 1 7:00 p.m. EDT at Cincinnati Bengals W 17–13 1–3 Paul Brown Stadium Local 23 WNDY Recap

Regular seasonEdit

Week Date Kickoff Opponent Results Game site TV NFL.com recap
Final score Team record
1 September 11 1:00 p.m. EDT at Houston Texans L 7–34 0–1 Reliant Stadium CBS Recap
2 September 18 1:00 p.m. EDT Cleveland Browns L 19–27 0–2 Lucas Oil Stadium CBS Recap
3 September 25 8:20 p.m. EDT Pittsburgh Steelers L 20–23 0–3 Lucas Oil Stadium NBC Recap
4 October 3 8:30 p.m. EDT at Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 17–24 0–4 Raymond James Stadium ESPN[a] Recap
5 October 9 1:00 p.m. EDT Kansas City Chiefs L 24–28 0–5 Lucas Oil Stadium CBS Recap
6 October 16 1:00 p.m. EDT at Cincinnati Bengals L 17–27 0–6 Paul Brown Stadium CBS Recap
7 October 23 8:20 p.m. EDT at New Orleans Saints L 7–62 0–7 Mercedes–Benz Superdome NBC Recap
8 October 30 1:00 p.m. EDT at Tennessee Titans L 10–27 0–8 LP Field CBS Recap
9 November 6 1:00 p.m. EST Atlanta Falcons L 7–31 0–9 Lucas Oil Stadium Fox Recap
10 November 13 1:00 p.m. EST Jacksonville Jaguars L 3–17 0–10 Lucas Oil Stadium CBS Recap
11 Bye
12 November 27 1:00 p.m. EST Carolina Panthers Lucas Oil Stadium Fox
13 December 4 1:00 p.m. EST[1] at New England Patriots Gillette Stadium CBS
14 December 11 1:00 p.m. EST * at Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium CBS
15 December 18 1:00 p.m. EST * Tennessee Titans Lucas Oil Stadium CBS
16 December 22 8:20 p.m. EST Houston Texans Lucas Oil Stadium NFLN[a]
17 January 1 1:00 p.m. EST * at Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Field CBS

LEGEND:

^[a] The game was or will be simulcast locally on WTTV.
  *  Indicates that the game time is subject to change as a result of flexible scheduling.

Game notesEdit

Week 1: at Houston TexansEdit

Week One: Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Colts 0 0 0 7

7

Texans 17 17 0 0

34

at Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas

Game information
First quarter
  • HOU – (4:27) Neil Rackers 25 yard field goal, Texans 3–0, Drive: 13 plays, 73 yards, 6:32.
  • HOU – (2:56) Derrick Ward 1 yard run (Neil Rackers kick), Texans 10–0, Drive: 2 plays, 5 yards, 0:41.
  • HOU – (1:41) Ben Tate 2 yard run (Neil Rackers kick), Texans 17–0, Drive: 3 plays, 18 yards, 1:08.
Second quarter
  • HOU – (6:57) Andre Johnson 4 yard pass from Matt Schaub (Neil Rackers kick), Texans 24–0, Drive: 10 plays, 89 yards, 5:54.
  • HOU – (1:34) Neil Rackers 29 yard field goal, Texans 27–0, Drive: 9 plays, 51 yards, 3:51.
  • HOU – (0:54) Jacoby Jones 79 yard punt return (Neil Rackers kick), Texans 34–0, Drive: 1 play, 79 yards, 0:00.
Third quarter

No scoring

Fourth quarter
Top passers
  • IND – Kerry Collins – 16/31, 197 yards, 1 touchdown, 0 interceptions
  • HOU – Matt Schaub – 17/24, 220 yards, 1 touchdown, 2 interceptions
Top rushers
  • IND – Joseph Addai – 8 rushes, 39 yards, 0 touchdowns
  • HOU – Ben Tate – 24 rushes, 116 yards, 1 touchdown
Top receivers
  • IND – Reggie Wayne – 7 receptions, 106 yards, 1 touchdown
  • HOU – Andre Johnson – 7 receptions, 95 yards, 1 touchdown
Top tacklers

The Indianapolis Colts began their 2011 season at Reliant Stadium against the Houston Texans. For the first time since the 1998 season, Peyton Manning was not under the helm at quarterback and it was recently acquired Kerry Collins that would take his position. The game started very well for the Colts, opening up with an interception by Melvin Bullitt that allowed the Colts to take control. However, a three and out from the offense quickly gave the Texans the ball to drive down and score a field goal and take a 3–0 lead. Collins and the Colts offense was out of sync for much of the first quarter, fumbling two snaps and giving Houston the great field position inside of the Indianapolis 40 yard line. After the first quarter, the Texans held a commanding 17–0 lead and were firing on all cylinders. The second quarter continued Houston's dominance, with all three teams of the Colts failing to stop or to execute against the Texans. At halftime, the Colts trailed Houston 34–0, the largest deficit in the entire 58-year history of the franchise. The second half saw little action with both teams taking shorter drives and in some senses, running down the clock. The Colts scored their first and the only points scored in the second half with a Reggie Wayne touchdown from Collins in the fourth quarter. The Colts went onto lose to the Texans 34–7, their second straight season starting 0–1.

Week 2: vs. Cleveland BrownsEdit

Week Two: Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Browns 0 14 0 13

27

Colts 3 6 3 7

19

at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

Game information
First quarter
  • IND – (10:36) Adam Vinatieri 39 yard field goal, Colts 3–0, Drive: 10 plays, 67 yards, 4:29.
Second quarter
  • IND – (14:20) Adam Vinatieri 27 yard field goal, Colts 6–0, Drive: 10 plays, 78 yards, 4:40.
  • CLE – (8:01) Evan Moore 16 yard pass from Colt McCoy (Phil Dawson kick), Browns 7–6, Drive: 11 plays, 55 yards, 6:22.
  • IND – (3:58) Adam Vinatieri 52 yard field goal, Colts 9–7, Drive: 10 plays, 34 yards, 4:00.
  • CLE – (8:01) Peyton Hillis 1 yard run (Phil Dawson kick), Browns 14–9, Drive: 10 plays, 80 yards, 3:38.
Third quarter
  • IND – (6:57) Adam Vinatieri 36 yard field goal, Browns 14–12, Drive: 9 plays, 42 yards, 3:52.
Fourth quarter
  • CLE – (10:57) Phil Dawson 20 yard field goal, Browns 17–12, Drive: 7 plays, 19 yards, 3:49.
  • CLE – (3:55) Peyton Hillis 24 yard run (Phil Dawson kick), Browns 24–12, Drive: 3 plays, 28 yards, 0:55.
  • CLE – (2:59) Phil Dawson 23 yard field goal, Browns 27–12, Drive: 4 plays, 9 yards, 0:24.
  • IND – (0:24) Dallas Clark 6 yard pass from Kerry Collins (Adam Vinatieri kick), Browns 24–19, Drive: 12 plays, 83 yards, 2:35.
Top passers
  • CLE – Colt McCoy – 22/32, 211 yards, 1 touchdown, 0 interceptions
  • IND – Kerry Collins – 19/38, 191 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception
Top rushers
Top receivers
Top tacklers

The Indianapolis Colts home opener had their 2011 home opener against the 0–1 Cleveland Browns. The first quarter saw both teams getting into offensive and defensive rhythms and ended with the Colts holding only a 3–0 lead on an Adam Vinatieri field goal. Heading to the second quarter, the Colts offense began to pick up behind Kerry Collins, rookie Delone Carter, and Joseph Addai. However much of the success faded once Indianapolis reached the red zone, and were only able to come away with two field goad during the quarter. Cleveland, however, was able to capitalize on the Colts defense, and saw a touchdown pass from Colt McCoy and a touchdown run from Peyton Hillis. Cleveland went into halftime with a 14–9 lead. The Indianapolis defense was able to stop Cleveland for most of the third quarter, and allowed the struggling offensive to close the gap with a fourth Vinatieri field goal, with Cleveland still holding a 14–12 lead into the fourth quarter. Cleveland quickly drove down the field and started the quarter with a Phil Dawson field goal, allowing the Colts to remain in contention for the victory. However, after turnovers and an inability to produce on offense, Cleveland broke the game open with a Hillis touchdown run, along with another Dawson field goal with 2:59 remaining in the game. With Cleveland holding a 27–12 lead, Indianapolis was able to score their first touchdown of the game, allowing them to try an onside kick to preserve any chance of a comeback, which they were not able to convert. Cleveland finished the game and the Colts by winning 27–19, their first victory over the Colts since 1994, and the Colts first 0–2 start since the 1998 season.

Week 3: vs. Pittsburgh SteelersEdit

Week Three: Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Steelers 10 0 0 13

23

Colts 0 13 0 7

20

at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

Game information
First quarter
  • PIT – (12:48) Shaun Suisham 48 yard field goal, Steelers 3–0, Drive: 7 plays, 50 yards, 2:17.
  • PIT – (3:40) Mike Wallace 81 yard pass from Ben Roethlisberger (Shaun Suisham kick), Steelers 10–0, Drive: 2 plays, 86 yards, 0:53.
Second quarter
  • IND – (10:36) Adam Vinatieri 21 yard field goal, Steelers 10–3, Drive: 12 plays, 47 yards, 5:44.
  • IND - (2:01) Jamaal Anderson 47 yard fumble return (Adam Vinatieri kick), Tied 10-10
  • IND – (0:18) Adam Vinatieri 36 yard field goal, Colts 13–10, Drive: 4 plays, 5 yards, 1:19.
Third quarter

No Scoring

Fourth quarter
  • PIT – (12:15) Shaun Suisham 48 yard field goal, Tied 13–13, Drive: 10 plays, 50 yards, 5:40.
  • PIT - (5:21) Troy Polamalu 47 yard fumble return (Adam Vinatieri kick), Steelers 20-10
  • IND – (2:15) Joseph Addai 6 yard run (Adam Vinatieri kick), Tied 20–20, Drive: 10 plays, 80 yards, 3:38.
  • PIT – (0:08) Shaun Suisham 38 yard field goal, Steelers 23–20, Drive: 10 plays, 60 yards, 2:05.
Top passers
Top rushers
Top receivers
Top tacklers

Hoping to rebound from their loss to the Cleveland Browns, the Indianapolis Colts remained at home for a week three intra-conference matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night. Indianapolis trailed early in the first quarter as Steelers kicker Shaun Suisham got a 48 yard field goal, followed by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger completing an 81 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Mike Wallace. The Colts would answer in the second quarter with a 21 yard field goal from kicker Adam Vinatieri, followed by defensive end Jamaal Anderson returning a fumble, forced by Dwight Freeney, 47 yards for a touchdown. Another defensive turnover allowed the Colts and Vinatieri to score a 25 yard field goal, giving them a 13–10 lead at halftime. After a scoreless third quarter, Pittsburgh took the lead in the fourth quarter with a Suisham 44 yard field goal, followed by safety Troy Polamalu returning a fumble 16 yards for a touchdown. Indianapolis would tie the game again on running back Joseph Addai's 6 yard touchdown run with 2:15 remaining in the game. However, the Steelers were able to capture the win with a final 38 yard field goal from Suisham, dropping the Colts to 0–3 on the season.

Week 4: at Tampa Bay BuccaneersEdit

Week Four: Indianapolis Colts at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Colts 3 7 7 0

17

Buccaneers 0 7 10 7

24

at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

Game information
First quarter
  • IND – (10:31) Adam Vinatieri 45 yard field goal, Colts 3–0, Drive: 11 plays, 53 yards, 4:34.
Second quarter
Third quarter
  • TB – (10:31) Connor Barth 46 yard field goal, Tied 10–10, Drive: 10 plays, 52 yards, 5:17.
  • IND – (7:22) Pierre Garçon 59 yard pass from Curtis Painter (Adam Vinatieri kick), Colts 17–10, Drive: 1 play, 59 yards, 0:12.
  • TB – (0:22) Preston Parker 13 yard pass from Josh Freeman (Connor Barth kick), Tied 17–17, Drive: 13 plays, 80 yards, 6:56.
Fourth quarter
Top passers
  • IND – Curtis Painter – 13/30, 281 yards, 2 touchdowns, 0 interceptions
  • TB – Josh Freeman – 25/39, 287 yards, 1 touchdown, 0 interceptions
Top rushers
Top receivers
Top tacklers

Hoping to rebound from their home loss to the Steelers, the Colts flew to Raymond James Stadium for a Week 4 Monday night duel with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With quarterback Kerry Collins recovering from his concussion, quarterback Curtis Painter would make his first career start. Indianapolis delivered the game's opening punch in the first quarter with a 45-yard field goal from kicker Adam Vinatieri. The Colts would add onto their lead in the second quarter with Painter finding wide receiver Pierre Garçon on an 87-yard touchdown pass, yet the Buccaneers answered with quarterback Josh Freeman getting a 1-yard touchdown run. Tampa Bay would tie the game in the third quarter with kicker Connor Barth getting a 46-yard field goal, yet Indianapolis came right back with Painter hooking up Garçon again on a 59-yard touchdown pass. Afterwards, the Buccaneers tied the game with Freeman completing a 13-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Preston Parker. Tampa Bay would take the lead in the fourth quarter with running back LeGarrette Blount getting a 35-yard touchdown run. From there, the defense prevented any comeback from the Colts' offense. With the loss, the Colts dropped to 0–4.

Week 5: vs. Kansas City ChiefsEdit

Week Five: Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Chiefs 0 14 7 7

28

Colts 7 17 0 0

24

at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

Game information
First quarter
Second quarter
  • IND – (12:23) Adam Vinatieri 53 yard field goal, Colts 10–0, Drive: 8 plays, 45 yards, 2:29.
  • IND – (11:13) Pierre Garçon 67 yard pass from Curtis Painter (Adam Vinatieri kick), Colts 17–0, Drive: 1 play, 67 yards, 0:00.
  • KC – (5:11) Dwayne Bowe 41 yard pass from Matt Cassel (Ryan Succop kick), Colts 17–7, Drive: 6 plays, 70 yards, 2:57.
  • IND – (1:09) Delone Carter 3 yard run (Adam Vinatieri kick), Colts 24–7, Drive: 8 plays, 80 yards, 4:02.
  • KC – (0:13) Steve Breaston 16 yard pass from Matt Cassel (Ryan Succop kick), Colts 24–14, Drive: 6 plays, 80 yards, 0:56.
Third quarter
  • KC – (0:40) Dwayne Bowe 5 yard pass from Matt Cassel (Ryan Succop kick), Colts 24–21, Drive: 3 plays, 98 yards, 1:27.
Fourth quarter
  • KC – (5:15) Steve Breaston 11 yard pass from Matt Cassel (Ryan Succop kick), Chiefs 28–24, Drive: 9 plays, 54 yards, 4:39.
Top passers
  • KC – Matt Cassel – 21/29, 257 yards, 4 touchdowns, 0 interceptions
  • IND – Curtis Painter – 15/27, 277 yards, 2 touchdowns, 0 interceptions
Top rushers
Top receivers
  • KC – Dwayne Bowe – 7 receptions, 128 yards, 2 touchdowns
  • IND – Pierre Garçon – 5 receptions, 125 yards, 2 touchdowns
Top tacklers

After dropping their first four games of the season, the Indianapolis Colts came back to Lucas Oil Stadium to take on the Kansas City Chiefs. They game opened well for the Colts, who scored on their opening drive with another Curtis Painter to Pierre Garçon touchdown reception. In the second quarter, the Colts were able to rack up the score with an Adam Vinatieri field goal, and another Painter to Garçon touchdown, giving Indianapolis a 17–0 lead midway through the second quarter. A Kansas City touchdown pass from Matt Cassel ended the shutout but Indianapolis was able to score another touchdown later. A late Kansas City touchdown allowed the Colts to go into halftime with a 24–14 lead. Two touchdown passes from Cassel to Dwayne Bowe and Steve Breaston respectively allowed the Chiefs to score 21 unanswered points, and complete the comeback, winning the game 28–24, dropping the Colts to 0–5 on the season.

Week 6: at Cincinnati BengalsEdit

Week Six: Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Colts 0 7 0 10

17

Bengals 7 3 10 7

27

at Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Date: October 16
  • Game time: 1:00 p.m. EDT
  • Game weather: 71° F (Sunny)
  • Game attendance: 52,068
  • Referee: John Parry
  • TV announcers (CBS): Kevin Harlan and Solomon Wilcots
  • Recap
Game information
First quarter
Second quarter
  • IND – (11:14) Donald Brown 18 yard run (Adam Vinatieri kick), Tied 7–7, Drive: 8 plays, 66 yards, 4:08.
  • CIN – (0:00) Mike Nugent 20 yard field goal, Bengals 10–7, Drive: 12 plays, 72 yards, 5:56.
Third quarter
  • CIN – (10:27) Cedric Benson 1 yard run (Mike Nugent kick), Bengals 17–7, Drive: 6 plays, 52 yards, 2:59.
  • CIN – (2:20) Mike Nugent 43 yard field goal, Bengals 20–7, Drive: 11 plays, 56 yards, 6:00.
Fourth quarter
  • IND – (14:56) Adam Vinatieri 46 yard field goal, Bengals 20–10, Drive: 9 plays, 52 yards, 2:24.
  • IND – (9:33) Dallas Clark 1 yard pass from Curtis Painter (Adam Vinatieri kick), Bengals 20–17, Drive: 10 plays, 74 yards, 4:14.
  • CIN – (2:22) Carlos Dunlap 35 yard fumble return (Mike Nugent kick), Bengals 27–17
Top passerse
  • IND – Curtis Painter – 23/34, 188 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception
  • CIN – Andy Dalton – 25/32, 264 yards, 1 touchdown, 0 interceptions
Top rushers
Top receivers
  • IND – Reggie Wayne – 5 receptions, 58 yards, 0 touchdowns
  • CIN – Jerome Simpson – 6 receptions, 101 yards, 0 touchdowns
Top tacklers

With the Colts losing five consecutive games starting the 2011 season, Indianapolis looked to win their first game of the season against the Cincinnati Bengals. Cincinnati opened up the game well, with a 1 yard touchdown run from Cedric Benson. With both defenses performing well throughout the remainder of the first half with the only other scores coming on a Donald Brown touchdown run for the Colts, and a Mike Nugent field goal. Going into halftime, the Bengals led the Colts 10–7. Cincinnati dominated the third quarter on both fronts, with another Benson touchdown run and Nugent field goal, quickly running the lead up to 20–7 heading into the fourth quarter. There Colts were able to strike on a Adam Vinatieri 46 yard field goal narrowing the score to 20–10. A Dallas Clark touchdown reception from Curtis Painter allowed the Colts to cut the game to a 20–17 affair with 9:33 remaining in the fourth quarter. After a missed Nugent field goal, with the Colts driving, Pierre Garçon fumbled the football, giving it to Carlos Dunlap who would take the ball in for a touchdown, and ended the score, with the Bengals winning the game 27–17, giving the Colts an 0–6 record on the season.

Week 7: at New Orleans SaintsEdit

Week Seven: Indianapolis Colts at New Orleans Saints – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Colts 0 7 0 0

7

Saints 21 13 14 14

62

at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

Game information
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
Top passers
  • IND –
  • NO –
Top rushers
  • IND –
  • NO –
Top receivers
  • IND –
  • NO –
Top tacklers
  • IND –
  • NO –

In a rematch of Super Bowl XLIV, the Colts suffered their worst loss in New Orleans, falling to the Saints 62-7, being the worst loss in the season so far.

Week 8: at Tennessee TitansEdit

Week Eight: Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Colts 0 0 3 7

10

Titans 3 17 0 7

27

at LP Field, Nashville, Tennessee

  • Date: October 30
  • Game time: 1:00 p.m. EDT/12:00 p.m. CDT
  • Game weather: 62° F, Sunny
  • Game attendance: 69,143
  • Referee: Jerome Boger
  • TV announcers (CBS): Kevin Harlan and Solomon Wilcots
Game information
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
Top passers
  • IND –
  • TEN –
Top rushers
  • IND –
  • TEN –
Top receivers
  • IND –
  • TEN –
Top tacklers
  • IND –
  • TEN –

Week 9: vs. Atlanta FalconsEdit

Week Nine: Atlanta Falcons at Indianapolis Colts – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 14 7 7 3

31

Colts 0 7 0 0

7

at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

Game information
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
Top passers
  • ATL –
  • IND –
Top rushers
  • ATL –
  • IND –
Top receivers
  • ATL –
  • IND –
Top tacklers
  • ATL –
  • IND –

In the loss to the Falcons, the Colts continue their winless season at 0-9, ensuring of their first losing season since 2001.

Week 10: vs. Jacksonville JaguarsEdit

Week Ten: Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Jaguars 3 0 7 7

17

Colts 0 3 0 0

3

at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

Game information
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
Top passers
  • JAC –
  • IND –
Top rushers
  • JAC –
  • IND –
Top receivers
  • JAC –
  • IND –
Top tacklers
  • JAC –
  • IND –

With the loss, the Colts entered their bye week at 0-10.

Week 12: vs. Carolina PanthersEdit

Week Twelve: Carolina Panthers at Indianapolis Colts – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Panthers

0

Colts

0

at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

  • Date: November 27
  • Game time: 1:00 p.m. EST
  • TV: Fox
Game information
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
Top passers
  • CAR –
  • IND –
Top rushers
  • CAR –
  • IND –
Top receivers
  • CAR –
  • IND –
Top tacklers
  • CAR –
  • IND –

StandingsEdit

AFC South
view · talk · edit W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
y (3) Houston Texans 10 6 0 .625 4–2 8–4 381 278 L3
Tennessee Titans 9 7 0 .563 3–3 7–5 325 317 W2
Jacksonville Jaguars 5 11 0 .313 3–3 4–8 243 329 W1
Indianapolis Colts 2 14 0 .125 2–4 2–10 243 430 L1


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