Sunday is Colts Day on the NFL Network


Posted Jun 24, 2006


Training camp starts in one month, and what better way to get excited about the upcoming season than by watching up to twelve action-packed Colts highlights from the past on the NFL Network on Sunday!

On Sunday, June 25th, you can get your fill of Colts action beginning at noon (ET) through the end of the day with an 11:30 p.m. feature. Check out this great Colts fan lineup below! All times are eastern time.

12 p.m. Indianapolis Colts @ Tennessee Titans - 2003, Week 14. 
QB's Peyton Manning and Steve McNair combined for 463 passing yards in this exciting game that was decided late in the fourth quarter.

1 p.m. -- Indianapolis vs. Kansas City from 1/11/04
Two offensive powerhouses squared off in a Playoff game to remember. For the first time ever, a Playoff game did not include a punt; Manning and the Colts were near flawless and despite some heroics by Dante Hall and company, Indy held on to win 38-31 in Arrowhead.

2 p.m. Green Bay Packers vs Indianapolis Colts
This 60-minute review uses cutting-edge technology to examine all the key personnel match-ups, outstanding performances and pivotal plays as NFL Films signature slow-motion cinematography and sideline sound. Green Bay Packers vs Indianapolis Colts - features the QB's Brett Favre and Peyton Manning combined for 753 passing yards.

3 p.m. 2004 Indianapolis Colts vs Jacksonville Jaguars from 10/3/04
Features Peyton Manning and the Colts taking on Byron Leftwich and the Jaguars in a game that was decided late in the fourth quarter.

4 p.m. Minnesota Vikings vs Indianapolis Colts
This 60-minute review uses cutting-edge technology to examine all the key personnel match-ups, outstanding performances and pivotal plays as NFL Films signature slow-motion cinematography and sideline sound.

5 p.m. San Diego Chargers vs Indianapolis Colts (12/26/04)
Peyton Manning's NFL Record-setting 49th touchdown pass of the season helped tie the game late in the fourth quarter and Mike Vanderjagt's 30-yard field goal early in overtime led the Colts to a 34-31 victory over the Chargers.

6 p.m. Two Roads to Glory: Manning & Blackmon

Explores the depths of the massive NFL Films archive to showcase many of its classic, modern and historical specials and documentaries that chronicle the history of the NFL. This special follows University of Tennessee's All-American QB Peyton Manning and little-known CB Roosevelt Blackmon from Division II Morris Brown College on their drastically different journeys to the NFL.

7 p.m. -- Film Session: The '68 Colts
Each of the 32 teams has a rich history and in each 60-minute episode, we select each team's finest seasons - showcasing them in two NFL Films team highlight films. The Indianapolis Colts, beginning with their 1968 season in Baltimore culminating in one of the best Super Bowls of all time.

7:30 p.m. -- Film Session: The '70 Colts
The Indianapolis Colts, continuing with the 1970 season in Baltimore where the Colts achieved the ultimate goal in Super Bowl V.

8 p.m. -- Film Session: The '02 Colts
Under head coach Tony Dungy, the Colts finished the regular season 10-6. Led to the playoffs by quarterback Peyton Manning, the Colts lost to the Jets (41-0) in the Wild Card game.

8:30 p.m. -- Film Session: The '03 Colts
Under head coach Tony Dungy, the Colts finished the regular season 12-4. Led to the playoffs by quarterback Peyton Manning, the Colts defeated the Broncos (41-10) and the Chiefs (38-31) before falling to the Patriots (24-14) in the AFC Championship.

9 p.m. -- Film Session: The '04 Colts
Under head coach Tony Dungy, the Colts finished the regular season 12-4. Led to the playoffs by quarterback Peyton Manning, the Colts defeated the Broncos (49-24) before falling to the Patriots 3-20 in the AFC Divisional game.

9:30 p.m. -- Indianapolis Colts vs New England Patriots (11/6/05)
Peyton Manning threw for 321 yards and three touchdowns as the Colts remained unbeaten with a 40-21 victory over the Patriots at Gillette Stadium.

10:30 p.m. -- Indianapolis Colts vs Cincinnati Bengals (11/20/05)
Colts quarterback Peyton Manning threw for 365 yards and three touchdowns, tight end Dallas Clark had a career-high 125 receiving yards as the Colts defeated the Bengals 45-37. Go inside the game with Head Coach Marvin Lewis who wore an NFL Films microphone during the contest.

11:30 p.m. -- Indianapolis Colts vs Jacksonville Jaguars (12/11/05)
Peyton Manning passed for 324 yards and two touchdowns as the Colts wrapped up home-field advantage throughout the playoffs defeating the Jaguars 26-18 at Alltel Stadium.



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