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Indianapolis Colts


2009 Indianapolis Colts Football Preview:

The Indianapolis Colts return a ton of talent heading in the 2009 season. With Peyton Manning leading the offense the Colts will once again be a lot of experts’ pick for the top team in the AFC. On offense Manning will be joined by running back Joseph Addai, TE Dallas Clark, WR Anthony Gonzalez and star wide receiver Reggie Wayne. The only ingredient Indy will be missing on offense is wide receiver Marvin Harrison who is no longer with the team. On defense the Colts will have superstars Dwight Freeney and Bob Sanders to help lead them to the promise land. Don’t sleep on the Colts in 2009; they should once again be one of the top teams in the NFL.


Founded: 1953
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium
Conference: AFC South
Rivals: New England Patriots, Jacksonville Jaguars
Owners: James Irsay (1972)
Mascot: Spike and Spirit
Notable Players: Johnny Unitas, Eric Dickerson, Peyton Manning & Jim Harbaugh

The Indianapolis Colts play in South Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL). The franchise was founded in Baltimore in 1953 as a continuation of the failed Dallas Texans. While there was a previous franchise in Baltimore with the same name, they are not the same. The Colts would win NFL Championships in 1958 and 1959, led by Johnny Unitas. The Colts would win again in 1968 and, in 1969, would lose to the Jets in the first game to be dubbed the “Super Bowl”. The Colts would move to Indianapolis in 1984 as the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts struggled after the move without much success, but with the drafting of Peyton manning in 1998 the team has become one of the true titans of NFL football, winning a Superbowl in 2007.

The Indianapolis Colts play their home games at Lucas Oil Stadium. Lucas Oil Stadium opened in August of 2008, replacing the RCA Dome as the home of the Colts. The 63,000 seat capacity is an increase over the RCA Dome and it features an advanced mechanized retractable roof and large window gate at that provides a great view of the city when open. Lucas Oil Stadium is one of the most modern NFL stadiums and seeing a Colts game there will be an experience to remember.

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