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Started in 1953, the Indianapolis Colts franchise has earned plenty championships. The Colts are also a well known NFL franchise because of their performance on the field, and because of their roster. Once having Peyton Manning as their quarter back, the Colts now rely on their brand new rising star Andrew Luck. He has preformed well in his role, and has recently lead the Colts to win the AFC South Division Championship.
Indianapolis Colts’ Standings
Bellow are the Colts current standings. This chart shows the team’s performance compared to all the teams in the league and shows their performance in the conference and division.
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The Colts have earned 16 Division Championships, the most recent being in 2014. They have also won 7 Conference Championships, the most recent being in 2009. They have won 5 league championships- three of which were before the super bowl, and two super bowls. The most recent of these was in the 2006-2007 season, when the Indianapolis Colts beat the Chicago Bears in the Super Bowl. In the past five years the Indianapolis Colts have been in the playoffs 3 times. In general, in their 63 years as a franchise, the Colts have been in the playoffs 27 times.
One of the strengths of the Indianapolis Colts is Andrew Luck. As a quarterback, Luck showed promise and delivered. In his career he has a 58.1 % pass completion, and he has thrown over 14,838 yards. In the most recent season, he threw 1,881 yds. Some of the weaknesses of the Indianapolis Colts are the rest of their lines. The defense, running backs, and receivers, are all in need of improvement. An efficient quarterback is not enough to propel a team to success.
When placing best on the Indianapolis Colts, it’s important to remember the full performance of the team. Specifically, in the most recent 2015-2016 season, the Indianapolis Colts finished second in the AFC South Division, ninth in the AFC Conference, and 16th in the league. Their longest streak was two wins.