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  • The Indianapolis Colts initiate 2010 preseason play and embark onthe second year of the Head Coach Jim Caldwell era on Sunday, August15 by hosting the San Francisco 49ers. Kickoff in Lucas Oil Stadium is1:00 p.m. (EDT)/10:00 a.m. (PDT).

    Caldwell was elevated to head coach in January of 2009, and this ishis ninth season with the franchise. Caldwell directed the club to a mem-orable season in his first year at the helm. Indianapolis won its first 14games, tied a franchise record for most seasonal victories, won the AFCSouth title, earned homefield advantage and won the AFC Championship.He directs the Colts into their 27th season in Indianapolis.

    Indianapolis reported to training camp on Sunday, August 1 at theAnderson University in Anderson, Ind., the site of the club's trainingcamp from 1984-98. The club practices daily in training camp prior tothis weekend's game (see www.colts.com for practice information). TheColts return to Anderson University on the Monday following the SanFrancisco game for three days of practice before breaking camp onAugust 18.

    The Colts are owners of the NFL's best regular-season record (128-48) since the start of the 1999 season, while being the only team to earn10 playoff appearances in the last eleven seasons, including a league-besteight consecutive post-season berths. Indianapolis has won 73 of its last89 regular-season games. The Colts own a 98-29 record (counting theplayoffs) since the start of the 2003 season and are 84-24 since 2004.From November, 2003 to December, 2009, the Colts produced a regular-season record of 81-19, tying New England (2003-09) for the NFL's best100-game regular-season mark. Indianapolis' winning ways include a 38-10 record in AFC South play, while the club has owned or shared the leadin 112 of 136 weeks of the division's existence. The Colts won five AFCSouth championships from 2003-07, the best divisional-title streak inclub history. The Colts were wire-to-wire divisional leaders during the2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009 seasons. The club's nine playoff berths in the2000-09 decade tied the NFL record set by Dallas (9) in the 1970s.Indianapolis is the only team since 2002 Realignment to earn annual dou-ble-digit victory totals and playoff berths. From 2008-09, the Colts set anNFL record with 23 consecutive regular-season victories (21, NewEngland, 2006-08). The streak was the sixth 10+-game regular-seasonwinning streak in franchise history (23, 2008-09; 13, 2005; 11, 1964; 11,1975-76; 11, 1999; 10, 2005-06), the fourth since 1999. Caldwellbecame the only NFL rookie head coach to win his first 14 games in aseason, surpassing Potsy Clark (8, Portsmouth, 1931), and he surpassedWally Lemm (10, 1961 Houston Oilers-1962 St. Louis Cardinals) for themost consecutive wins to start a career. Caldwell also became the 2ndrookie head coach since the 1978 NFL move to a 16-game season to win14 games (George Seifert, SF, 1989). Indianapolis extended its NFLrecord as the only franchise to win seven or more consecutive regular-season games in six consecutive seasons (8, 2004; 13, 2005; 9, 2006; 7and 6, 2007; 9, 2008; 14, 2009). Additionally, the Colts posted theireighth consecutive 10+-victory season, setting the 2nd-longest suchstreak in NFL history (16, San Francisco, 1983-98; 7, Dallas, 1975-81).Indianapolis earned its seventh consecutive season with 11+ victories,surpassing the NFL record it had shared with Dallas (6, 1976-81). The

    Colts extended their league mark to seven consecutive seasons (2003-09)with 12+ victories. The Colts produced 115 victories for the 2000-09decade, surpassing the league record of 113 by San Francisco from 1990-99.

    PRE-SEASON GAME 1SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (0-0) vs. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (0-0) DATE: Sunday, August 15, 2010 SITE: Lucas Oil Stadium KICKOFF: 1:00 p.m. (EDT)/10:00 a.m. (PDT)

    CAPACITY: 63,000 SURFACE: FieldTurf

    COLTS 2010 SCHEDULEPRE-SEASON

    DAY DATE OPPONENT TIME/RESULTSun. Aug. 15 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 1:00 p.m.Thu. Aug. 19 at Buffalo Bills (Toronto) 7:30 p.m.Thu. Aug. 26 at Green Bay Packers 8:00 p.m.Thu. Sept. 2 CINCINNATI BENGALS 7:00 p.m.

    REGULAR SEASONSun. Sept. 12 at Houston Texans 1:00 p.m.Sun. Sept. 19 NEW YORK GIANTS 8:20 p.m.Sun. Sept. 26 at Denver Broncos 4:15 p.m.Sun. Oct. 3 at Jacksonville Jaguars 4:05 p.m.Sun. Oct. 10 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 1:00 p.m.Sun. Oct. 17 at Washington Redskins 8:20 p.m.Mon. Nov. 1 HOUSTON TEXANS 8:30 p.m.Sun. Nov. 7 at Philadelphia Eagles 4:15 p.m.Sun. Nov. 14 CINCINNATI BENGALS 1:00 p.m.Sun. Nov. 21 at New England Patriots 4:15 p.m.Sun. Nov. 28* SAN DIEGO CHARGERS 8:20 p.m.Sun. Dec. 5* DALLAS COWBOYS 4:15 p.m.Thu. Dec. 9 at Tennessee Titans 8:20 p.m.Sun. Dec. 19* JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 1:00 p.m.Sun. Dec. 26* at Oakland Raiders 4:05 p.m.Sun. Jan. 2* TENNESSEE TITANS 1:00 p.m.

    TELEVISION/RADIO: WTTV-TV telecasts with Don Fischer,Mark Herrmann and Jeffrey Gorman (field reporter). 1070-TheFan/HANK-FM, 97.1 broadcasts with Bob Lamey, Will Wolford andKevin Lee (field reporter).

    NEXT WEEK: Indianapolis visits Buffalo on Thursday, August 19 ina preseason outing to be played in Toronto, Canada. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m.(EDT).

    WWW.COLTS.COM/MEDIA: Please visit the media site for clubinformation, releases, quotes, feature clips, advisories, etc. The user-name and password is media.

  • The Indianapolis Colts will christen the 2010 pre-season against San Francisco on August 15 by taking a pagefrom the past.

    When the club lifts the veil on its 2010 playing schedule, the Colts will be wearing 'Throwback' uniforms fromthe 1955 season..

    "Our uniform design has changed little through the decades and is among the most recognizable in all of sports,"said Colts Owner and CEO Jim Irsay. "This is a chance for our fans to see a Colts uniform with a different twist, in aclassic throwback at Lucas Oil Stadium."

    This will mark the first time the Colts have worn a uniform with a distinctly different style from a previous eraat a home game. Indianapolis donned uniforms from its 1956 predecessors on Thanksgiving Day in 2004, earning a 41-9 victory at Detroit. The club's helmets that day were white with blue horseshoes on the back that bracketed the stripingdown the middle of the headwear. The club's 1955 helmets were blue, with white striping and horseshoes on the back ofthe gear. The historic logo was moved to the side of the helmet in 1957, where it has remained. The club's jerseys willbe white with blue numbers. There will be three stripes on the sleeves below the jersey numbers. The pants will bewhite with a single blue stripe down the side, and the white socks will feature three blue horizontal stripes. The NFLinitiated the 'Throwback' uniform concept in 1994, but the club's only difference in the chosen design was a minorchange in sock design that was not a prominent change from the present uniform design.

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS TO WEAR 'THROWBACK' UNIFORMS AGAINST SAN FRANCISCO DURING PRE-SEASON OPENER

  • OFFENSE RANKING DEFENSE RANKINGTotal Rush Pass CONF. NFL Total Rush Pass CONF. NFL

    Colts 363.1 80.9 282.2 4-16- 2 9-32- 2 339.2 126.5 212.7 9-11- 9 18-24-14 49ers 290.8 100.0 190.8 14-12-13 27-25-22 326.4 97.0 229.4 8- 4-10 15- 6-21

    2009 TEAM RANKINGS

    HEAD COACHESJIM CALDWELL was named head coach of the Colts on January 13,

    2009, and this marks his ninth season with Indianapolis. Caldwell joinedthe club in 2002 as quarterbacks coach before adding the title of assistanthead coach prior to the 2005 season. Caldwell was promoted to associatehead coach with the club prior to the 2008 season. From 2002-09,Caldwell has been a part of Colts teams that produced 10-6, 12-4, 12-4,14-2, 12-4, 13-3, 12-4 and 14-2 records. Indianapolis is the only team toearn 12+ victories in seven consecutive seasons, setting the NFL's all-timestandard. Indianapolis has had eight consecutive 10+-victory seasons, set-ting the second-longest streak in NFL history (16, San Francisco, 1983-98;7, Dallas, 1975-81), and the Colts have surpassed Dallas (1976-81) as theonly franchise to earn at least eleven victories in seven consecutive sea-sons. The Colts also have earned an NFL-best eight consecutive playoffappearances, and Indianapolis is the only team to post double-digit victo-ry seasons and playoff berths each season since the 2002 realignment.From 2008-09, Indianapolis set the NFL record with 23 consecutive reg-ular-season victories (21 New England, 2006-08). Indianapolis also won115 regular-season games from 2000-09, the most by a team in a decadein NFL history. From 2004-09, Indianapolis became the only NFL teamto win at least seven consecutive games in six consecutive seasons (8,2004; 13, 2005; 9, 2006; 7 and 6, 2007; 9, 2008; 14, 2009). In 2009,Caldwell became the 5th NFL rookie head coach to reach the Super Bowl.Caldwell joined Chuck Knox (L.A. Rams, 1973), Red Miller (Denver,1977), Mike Martz (St. Louis, 2000) and Josh McDaniels (Denver, 2009)as the only rookie head coaches in the Super Bowl era to start 6-0. Hebecame the fourth coach ever to start 6-0 when succeeding a head coach

    who won 100+ games (Blanton Collier, Cleveland, 1963, succeeded PaulBrown, 111 wins; Jack Pardee, Washington, 1978, succeeded GeorgeAllen, 116 wins; Josh McDaniels, Denver, 2009, succeeded MikeShanahan, 146 wins; Caldwell, Colts, 2009, succeeded Tony Dungy, 139wins). Caldwell joined the Colts after serving as quarterbacks coach withTampa Bay in 2001. Caldwell has more than 20 years of collegiate coach-ing experience. He spent 1993-2000 as head coach at Wake Forest. Heserved as an assistant coach at Southern Illinois (1978-80), Northwestern(1981), Colorado (1982-84), Louisville (1985) and Penn State (1986-92).Caldwell has coached in six bowl games and won a national championshipwith Penn State in 1986. In addition to serving on Joe Paterno's title staff,Caldwell tutored under three other coaches who won collegiate crowns(Rey Dempsey, Southern Illinois; Bill McCartney, Colorado; HowardSchnellenberger, Louisville). Caldwell was a four-year starter at defen-sive back at Iowa and worked as a graduate assistant for Iowa in 1977. Heholds a bachelor's degree from Iowa. Caldwell was born on January 16,1955 in Beloit, Wis.

    MIKE SINGLETARY was named the 16th head coach in SanFrancisco history on October 20, 2008. Singletary has directed the 49ersto 7-9 and 8-8 records in his first two seasons. Singletary served 2003-04as inside linebacker coach with Baltimore. He served 2005-08 underMike Nolan at San Francisco before assuming the position of field gener-al. Singletary was a LB with Chicago from 1981-92. He was named to10 consecutive Pro Bowls and earned eight All-Pro nominations beforebeing inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1998. Singletary wasan All-America LB at Baylor. He is a native of Houston, Texas.

    The Colts and 49ers will be meeting for the first time in preseasonplay. Sunday's meeting leaves only Baltimore, Houston and Jacksonvilleas teams the Colts have not faced in preseason action. The league seriesspans 42 games and originated in 1953. The Colts own a 24-18 edge.The teams met twice annually through 1969. Since then, the clubs met in1972, 1986, 1989, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2005 and 2009. The series wasrenewed last November 1 in Lucas Oil Stadium. Scoring its only touch-down on the first play of the fourth quarter on a tailback pass,Indianapolis battled to beat San Francisco, 18-14. RB-Joseph Addai hitWR-Reggie Wayne (12-147, 1 TD) on a 22t pass to give the Colts theironly lead of the game seven seconds into the final period. K-Matt Stoverhit field goals of 38, 33, 31 and 40 yards as the Colts offset two 49ersfirst-half touchdowns. QB-Peyton Manning was 31-48-347 and becamethe 4th QB with 4,000+ career completions (Brett Favre, Dan Marino,John Elway), and he did it in his 183rd career game, the fastest pace tothat plateau (193, Marino; 196, Favre, 227, Elway). Addai added 62rushing yards, while Wayne tallied his 10th career 10+-reception game.The last meeting in San Francisco came on October 9, 2005. Producingfive sacks and five turnovers, the Colts earned a 28-3 victory. Manning(23-31-255, 1 TD/2 ints.) and RB-Edgerrin James (21-105, 1 TD rush-ing/4-42 receiving) led the Colts offense, while DEs-Robert Mathis andDwight Freeney and LB-Cato June headlined the defense. June intercept-ed two passes and returned one 24 yards for a touchdown. Indianapolisnever trailed in notching its first victory in San Francisco since 1968. San

    Francisco gained its last series win in Indianapolis on November 25,2001, when it earned a 40-21 victory. In that contest, five Colts turnoversled to 23 San Francisco points. The battle stood 21-20 in favor of theColts late in the third quarter before the 49ers pulled away. Manning was31-51-370, 1 TD/4 ints., while WR-Marvin Harrison was 8-128, 1 TDand rookie RB-Dominic Rhodes was 27-104, 2 TDs rushing. QB-JeffGarcia was 14-22-179, 2 TDs/1 int., while WR-Terrell Owens was 6-103,1 TD and RB-Garrison Hearst was 12-106, 2 TDs rushing. The Coltsappeared in San Francisco on October 18, 1998, when the 49ers ralliedfrom a 21-0 second-quarter deficit to take a 34-31 decision at 3Com Park.In that contest, K-Wade Richey's 24-yard FG with :05 left capped a frus-trating loss for the Colts. The Colts built an early 21-0 lead behind RB-Marshall Faulk (17-103, 1 TD rushing; 65t), Manning (18-30-231, 3TDs) and Harrison (6-98, 3 TDs; 4t, 6t, 61t). Faulk's burst and Harrison'sinitial two scores came in the game's first 19 minutes, but the 49ers cutthe gap to 21-17 at halftime after two Colts end-zone interceptions werenegated by defensive holding calls. QB-Steve Young (33-51-331, 2 TDs)guided the comeback with two scoring tosses and two TD rushes. K-Mike Vanderjagt was short on a 53-yard FG with 1:08 left to set the stagefor the 49ers' final drive. Prior to 2009, the last Colts series win at homewas on October 15, 1995. K-Cary Blanchard's 41-yard FG with 2:36remaining handed the Colts an 18-17 decision over the defending SuperBowl champions.

    COLTS-49ERS SERIES NOTES

  • COLTS PENALTIES AND NFL RANK DURINGEIGHT-YEAR PLAYOFF STREAK

    YEAR PENALTIES NFL RANK2009 68 T22008 91 142007 67 32006 86 72005 94 T22004 106 T102003 92 T62002 91 7

    THE COLTS BY MONTH SINCE 2002: (OVERALL 99-29)Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

    2002 2-1 2-2 3-1 3-2 --2003 4-0 2-1 3-2 3-1 --2004 2-1 2-2 4-0 4-0 0-12005 3-0 4-0 4-0 2-2 1-02006 3-0 4-0 3-1 2-3 --2007 4-0 3-0 2-2 4-1 --2008 1-2 2-2 5-0 4-0 --2009 3-0 3-0 5-0 3-1 0-1TOTAL 22-4 22-7 29-6 25-10 1-2

    MOST CONSECUTIVE 10+-VICTORY SEASONS-NFL HISTORYNO. OF SEASONS TEAM YEARS

    16 San Francisco 1983-988 COLTS 2002-097 Dallas 1975-81

    COLTS STATISTICAL NOTES

    COLTS RECORD BY TURNOVER MARGIN SINCE 2004

    TURN. DIFF RECORD WINNING %Plus 3 11-0 1.000Plus 2 20-0 1.000Plus 1 18-3 .857

    PLUS 1 OR BETTER = 49-3 (.942)Even 15-4 .789

    Minus 1 9-6 .600Minus 2 4-4 .500Minus 3 0-2 .000

    THIRD-DOWN CONVERSION PERCENTAGEYEAR MADE-ATT. PCT. AFC/NFL RANK2009 95-193 49.2 1/12008 101-201 50.2 1/12007 100-203 49.3 1/12006 105-187 56.1* 1/12005 91-187 48.7 1/12004 70-164 42.7 5/72003 91-217 41.9 2/62002 102-227 44.9 2/32001 85-205 41.5 3/62000 94-201 46.8 1/21999 73-186 39.2 6/81998 71-202 35.1 9/17

    *-NFL record

    FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSION PCT. SINCE 2002TEAM MADE-ATT. PCT.New England 91-146 62.3COLTS 58- 95 61.1Houston 77-129 59.7Jacksonville 97-172 56.4San Diego 55- 98 56.1

    THIRD-DOWN CONVERSION PCT. SINCE 2002TEAM MADE-ATT. PCT.COLTS 755-1,579 47.8New Orleans 739-1,719 43.0New England 738-1,719 42.9Green Bay 743-1,745 42.6San Diego 673-1,631 41.3

    BEST NFL ROAD WINNING PERCENTAGE 2002-2009

    TEAM RECORD WINNING %

    COLTS 48-16 .750

    New England 44-20 .688

    Philadelphia 38-25-1 .602

    NY Giants 36-28 .563

    Pittsburgh/San Diego 35-29 .547

    BEST NFL HOME WINNING PERCENTAGE 2002-2009

    TEAM RECORD WINNING %

    New England 52-12 .813

    COLTS 51-13 .797

    Pittsburgh 46-17-1 .727

    Baltimore 46-18 .719

    San Diego 44-20 .688

    MOST CONSECUTIVE 12+-VICTORY SEASONS-NFL HISTORYNO. OF SEASONS TEAM YEARS

    7 COLTS 2003-094 Dallas 1992-953 5 Teams, Last Philadelphia 2002-04

    BEST STARTS IN NFL HISTORYYEAR TEAM STARTED FINISHED2007 New England 16-0 16-01972 Miami 14-0 14-02009 COLTS 14-0 14-21934 Chicago 13-0 13-01998 Denver 13-0 14-22005 COLTS 13-0 14-22009 New Orleans 13-0 13-3

    MOST NFL WINS IN A DECADE

    NO. OF WINS TEAM DECADE115 COLTS 2000-09113 San Francisco 1990-99113 New England 2000-09105 Dallas 1970-79

  • COLTS TEAM OFFENSIVE NOTES... 2009 OFFENSIVE NOTES

    *The Colts ranked 3rd in the AFC and 7th in the NFL, averaging 26.0points per game.*The Colts ranked 4th in the AFC and 9th in the NFL with 363.1 yardsper game.*The Colts ranked 2nd in AFC and NFL passing offense with 282.2yards per game.*The Colts ranked 1st in the NFL in sacks allowed per pass play, allow-ing one sack per 47.2 attempts (13 sacks, 614 attempts). *The Colts offense ranked 1st in the AFC and 2nd in the NFL in TD%inside the red zone, scoring a TD 66.0% of the time (35/53). The Coltsscored a TD on 19 of their last 24 red zone opportunities (79.2%).

    COLTS OFFENSE HAS CONTINUED TO RANKAMONG NFLS BEST

    *The Colts have finished in the top four in NFL scoring offense eightof the last 11 years.*The Colts have finished in the top three in AFC passing offense for 12consecutive seasons, leading the conference six times in that span.*The Colts have finished in the top six in NFL passing offense for 12

    straight seasons, leading the league in 2003 and 2004.*The Colts have finished ranked in the top 10 in NFL total offense for

    10 of the last 11 seasons.*In eight of those 11 seasons, the Colts have ranked in the top five in

    NFL total offense, including six years in the top three.

    COLTS TEAM DEFENSIVE NOTES...

    2009 DEFENSIVE NOTES*The Colts ranked 9th in the AFC and 18th in the NFL in yards allowedper game (339.2).*The Colts ranked 5th in the AFC and 8th in the NFL in points allowedper game (19.2).*The Colts ranked 8th in the AFC and 13th in the NFL in TD% insidethe red zone, surrendering a TD 49.0% of the time (25/51).*Since 2002, the Colts have ranked in the top 10 in scoring defense six times.*The Colts allowed six of 19 4th-down conversions (31.6 percent), ranking1st in the AFC and 2nd in the NFL.*The Colts pass defense allowed only 6.23 yards per pass attempt, 4th in theAFC and NFL.

    COLTS PASSING DEFENSE RANKINGSYEAR YDS./GAME AFC/NFL RANK2009 212.7 9/142008 188.1 3/62007 172.8 1/22006 159.3 2/22005 196.9 5/15

    COLTS TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL SINCE 2004

    NFL'S BEST REGULAR SEASON RECORDS 1999-2009Record Team Head Coach128-48 COLTS Jim Mora/Tony Dungy/Jim Caldwell120-56 New England Pete Carroll/Bill Belichick109-66-1 Pittsburgh Bill Cowher/Mike Tomlin108-67-1 Philadelphia Andy Reid104-72 Tennessee Jeff Fisher103-73 Green Bay Ray Rhodes/Mike Sherman/Mike McCarthy100-76 Baltimore Brian Billick/John Harbaugh

    99-77 Denver Mike Shanahan/Josh McDaniels95-81 NY Giants Jim Fassel/Tom Coughlin

    NFL TURNOVER RATIOS FROM 2004-2009FEWEST GIVEAWAYS MOST TAKEAWAYS BEST MARGIN115 COLTS 200 CHICAGO +67 COLTS122 SAN DIEGO 195 CINCINNATI +56 SAN DIEGO130 JACKSONVILLE 194 CAROLINA +38 CINCINNATI136 NEW ENGLAND 189 BALTIMORE +36 CAROLINA146 WASHINGTON 182 COLTS +34 NEW ENGLAND149 ATLANTA 178 BUFFALO/SAN DIEGO +24 BALTIMORE

    DEFENSE OFFENSE MARGIN AFC/NFL RANKInt. Fumbles Total Int. Fumbles Total

    2004 19 17 36 10 7 17 +19 1/12005 18 13 31 11 8 19 +12 3/4t2006 15 11 26 9 10 19 +7 4t/6t2007 22 15 37 14 5 19 + 18 2/22008 15 11 26 12 5 17 +9 4/42009 16 10 26 19 5 24 +2 6t/13tTotal 105 77 182 75 40 115 +67

    LONGEST REGULAR-SEASONWINNING STREAKS IN NFL HISTORYTeam Games YearCOLTS 23 2008-09New England 21 2006-08

  • QB-Peyton Manning Associated Press NFL Most Valuable PlayerQB-Peyton Manning Associated Press NFL All-Pro Team

    QB-Peyton Manning NFL All-Decade Team (2000-09)QB-Peyton Manning PFW/PFWA NFL Most Valuable Player

    QB-Peyton Manning PFW/PFWA NFL Offensive Player-of-the-YearQB-Peyton Manning PFW/PFWA NFL All-NFL TeamQB-Peyton Manning PFW/PFWA NFL All-AFC Team

    QB-Peyton Manning AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Month (September)QB-Peyton Manning Kansas City Committee of 101 AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Year

    QB-Peyton Manning AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week (11/15 vs. New England)QB-Peyton Manning The Sporting News NFL Player-of-the-Decade

    QB-Peyton Manning The Sporting News NFL All-Decade TeamQB-Peyton Manning Sports Illustrated NFL Player-of-the-Decade

    QB-Peyton Manning Sports Illustrated NFL All-Decade TeamQB-Peyton Manning AFC Pro Bowl Team StarterWR-Reggie Wayne AFC Pro Bowl Team Starter

    TE-Dallas Clark AFC Pro Bowl Team StarterTE-Dallas Clark NFL Alumni Tight End-of-the-Year

    TE-Dallas Clark The Sporting News NFL All-Pro Team TE-Dallas Clark Associated Press NFL All-Pro Team

    TE-Dallas Clark PFW/PFWA NFL All-NFL TeamTE-Dallas Clark PFW/PFWA NFL All-AFC Team

    C-Jeff Saturday The Sporting News NFL All-Decade TeamC-Jeff Saturday AFC Pro Bowl Team

    DE-Dwight Freeney AFC Pro Bowl Team StarterDE-Dwight Freeney Associated Press NFL All-Pro Team

    DE-Dwight Freeney The Sporting News NFL All-Pro Team DE-Dwight Freeney NFL All-Decade Team (2000-09)DE-Dwight Freeney PFW/PFWA NFL All-NFL TeamDE-Dwight Freeney PFW/PFWA NFL All-AFC Team

    DE-Robert Mathis AFC Pro Bowl Team StarterDE-Robert Mathis AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Month (November)

    DB-Antoine Bethea AFC Pro Bowl Team K-Adam Vinatieri NFL All-Decade Team (2000-09)

    K-Adam Vinatieri The Sporting News NFL All-Decade TeamK-Adam Vinatieri Sports Illustrated NFL All-Decade Team

    Bill Polian Sports Illustrated Best General Manager (Decade)Bill Polian Sports Illustrated NFL All-Decade General Manager

    P-Pat McAfee PFW/PFWA NFL All-Rookie TeamP-Pat McAfee The Sporting News NFL All-Rookie Team

    WR-Austin Collie PFW/PFWA NFL All-Rookie TeamWR-Austin Collie The Sporting News NFL All-Rookie Team

    DB-Jacob Lacey PFW/PFWA NFL All-Rookie TeamDB-Jacob Lacey The Sporting News NFL All-Rookie Team

    Bill Polian PFW/PFWA NFL Executive-of-the-YearBill Polian The Sporting News NFL Executive-of-the-Year

    RB-Edgerrin James NFL All-Decade Team (2000-09)WR-Marvin Harrison NFL All-Decade Team (2000-09)

    Head Coach Tony Dungy NFL All-Decade Team (2000-09)

    COLTS 2009 INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

  • REWRITING THE COLTS RECORD BOOKS: Manning owns theclub career passing marks in completions, attempts, yards and touchdowns.Manning also owns club records with 21 4+-TD games, six 5+-TD gamesand seven 400+-yard games. His 472 passing yards at Kansas City10/31/04 marked a franchise-best. In 2004, Mannings seasonal completionpercentage (67.6), touchdowns (49), passing yardage (4,557) and passer rat-ing (121.1) all marked club records. He bested his own completion per-centage mark in 2009 at 68.8 percent. Manning owns the single-game clubmark with 6 TD passes at New Orleans 9/28/03 and at Detroit 11/25/04.

    IRONMAN: Manning has started the first 192 games of his career(the longest career-opening streak of any QB in NFL history and thelongest streak in Colts history). He collected his 100th career startingwin in his 154th career game vs. Kansas City 11/18/07, the 5th-fastestpace to 100 wins in NFL history. Manning surpassed Unitas (118) formost wins in Colts history at Miami 9/21/09. Manning has won 10+games in a season 10 times (1999-00, 2002-09), 1st among Colts QBs (3,Unitas; 3, Jones). Among QBs, his 192-game start streak is 2nd-longestin the NFL history (285, Brett Favre, NFL Record).

    PEYDIRT: Manning (1998-09) has 20+ TD passes in 12 consecutiveseasons, extending his club record and tying the NFL record (Favre).Manning owns 12 of 22 20+-TD seasons in club history. Manning (1998-08) is the only NFL QB with 25+ touchdowns passes in 12 consecutiveseasons. Manning owns one of five 40+ seasons in NFL history (50, TomBrady, 2007; 49, Manning, 2004; 48, Marino, 1984; 44, Marino, 1986;41, Kurt Warner, 1999). He owns five of the franchises six 30+-TD sea-sons (49, Manning, 2004; 33, Manning, 2000, 09; 32, John Unitas, 1959;31, Manning, 2006-07).

    MANNING has taken every snap in 162 of 192 games. Manning took1,590 consecutive snaps to open his career. He had a career-best streak of1,631 consecutive snaps end at New Orleans 9/28/03. He has taken 11,623of 12,047 possible snaps from 1998-09. The only other QBs to take snapsfrom scrimmage during Mannings career are Steve Walsh (21, 1999), MarkRypien (22, 2001), Brock Huard (22, 2003), Jim Sorgi (75, 2004; 102,2005; 74, 2007; 56, 2008; 1, 2009) and Curtis Painter (47, 2009). P-HunterSmith took one snap in 2000 (fake FG), 2003 (fake FG), 2004 (fake punt)and 2005 (fake FG). RB-Edgerrin James took one direct snap in 2005.Manning has missed one career snap due to injury (vs. Miami, 11/11/01).

    QUARTERBACK PEYTON MANNING

    NFL ALL-TIME CAREER PASSING LEADERS

    TOUCHDOWNS PASSING YARDS1. Brett Favre* 497 1. Brett Favre* 69,3292. Dan Marino 420 2. Dan Marino 61,3613. Peyton Manning* 366 3. John Elway 51,4754. Fran Tarkenton 342 4. Peyton Manning* 50,1285. John Elway 300 5. Warren Moon 49,3256. Warren Moon 291 6. Fran Tarkenton 47,0037. John Unitas 290 7. Vinny Testaverde 46,2338. Vinny Testaverde 275 8. Drew Bledsoe 44,6119. Joe Montana 273 9. Dan Fouts 43,040

    10. Dave Krieg 261 10. Joe Montana 40,551

    MOST CAREER STARTING WINS IN NFL HISTORYRank Name Record Pct.

    1. Brett Favre* 181-104-0 .6352. John Elway 148- 82-1 .6433. Dan Marino 147- 93-0 .6134. Peyton Manning* 131- 61-0 .6825. Fran Tarkenton 124-109-6 .5316. John Unitas 119- 63-4 .6517. Joe Montana 117- 47-0 .7138. Terry Bradshaw 107- 51-0 .6779. Warren Moon 102- 98-0 .510

    10. Jim Kelly 101- 59-0 .631

    MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH 20+-TD PASSESPlayer Cons. SeasonsPeyton Manning 12 seasons (1998-present)Brett Favre 12 seasons (1994-2005)Dan Marino 10 seasons (1983-92)

    MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH 25+-TD PASSESPlayer Cons. SeasonsPeyton Manning 12 seasons (1998-present)Dan Marino 5 seasons (1984-88)Brett Favre 5 seasons (1994-98)

    IN 192 CAREER GAMES, MANNING HASRECORDED THE FOLLOWING:

    CATEGORY NO. OF TIMES2+ Touchdown Passes 1103+ Touchdown Passes 594+ Touchdown Passes 215+ Touchdown Passes 6300+ Passing Yards 56400+ Passing Yards 7100+ Rating Games (min. 15 atts.) 7320+ Completion Games 138Games with TD pass 16850+ Completion Percentage 18455+ Completion Percentage 16560+ Completion Percentage 141Colts scored 30+ Points 72Produced 100+ Receiver 118Red Zone TD: Int Ratio 226:23

    PEYTON MANNING BY THE YARDSPASSING YARDS (192 games) TOTAL OFFENSE (192 games)200+ yards 156 games 300+ yards 159 games250+ yards 110 games 350+ yards 108 games300+ yards 56 games 400+ yards 48 games350+ yards 20 games400+ yards 7 games

    NFL ALL-TIME CAREER COMPLETIONS LEADERS1. 6,083 Brett Favre*2. 4,967 Dan Marino3. 4,232 Peyton Manning*4. 4,123 John Elway5. 3,988 Warren Moon6. 3,839 Drew Bledsoe7. 3,787 Vinny Testaverde8. 3,686 Fran Tarkenton9. 3,409 Joe Montana

    10. 3,297 Dan FoutsManning reached 3,000 completions in his 139th career game vs.Philadelphia 11/26/06, marking the fastest player in league history to reach3,000 career completions (146 games, Dan Marino and Drew Bledsoe).

  • PEYTON MANNING CAREER PASSING TOTALSYEAR ST/PL Att-Comp. Yds. Pct. TD INT LG Rat.1998 16/16 575-326 3,739 56.7 26 28 78t 71.21999 16/16 533-331 4,135 62.1 26 15 80t 90.72000 16/16 571-357 4,413 62.5 33 15 78t 94.72001 16/16 547-343 4,131 62.7 26 23 86t 84.12002 16/16 591-392 4,200 66.3 27 19 69 88.82003 16/16 566-379 4,267 67.0 29 10 79t 99.02004 16/16 497-336 4,557 67.6 49 10 80t 121.12005 16/16 453-305 3,747 67.3 28 10 80t 104.12006 16/16 557-362 4,397 65.0 31 9 68t 101.02007 16/16 515-337 4,040 65.4 31 14 73t 98.02008 16/16 555-371 4,002 66.8 27 12 75 95.02009 16/16 571-393 4,500 68.8 33 16 80t 99.9TOTAL 192/192 6,531-4,232 50,128 64.8 366 181 86t 95.2

    Category 1998 AFC/NFL 1999 AFC/NFL 2000 AFC/NFL 2001 AFC/NFL 2002 AFC/NFL 2003 AFC/NFL 2004 AFC/NFLComp. 326 1/2 331 1/3 357 1/1 343 2/3 392 2/2 379 1/1 336 2/4Attempts 575 1/1 533 2/4 571 2/3 547 2/5 591 4/4 566 1/2 497 4/8Comp. Pct. 56.7 9/19 62.1 1/2 62.5 2/5 62.7 3/6 66.3 4/4 67.0 1/1 67.6 1/3Yards 3,739 1/3 4,135 1/3 4,413 1/1 4,131 1/2 4,200 3/3 4,267 1/1 4,557 2/3Yds./Att. 6.50 10/20 7.76 1/4 7.73 2/5 7.55 2/5 7.11 7/10 7.53 3/4 9.2 1/1TDs 26 2/5 26 1/3 33 1/1* 26 2/5 27 2/2* 29 1/2 49 1/1Rating 71.2 12/23 90.7 1/4 94.7 2/6 84.1 4/8* 88.8 4/6 99.0 2/2 121.1 1/1

    Category 2005 AFC/NFL 2006 AFC/NFL 2007 AFC/NFL 2008 AFC/NFL 2009 AFC/NFLComp. 305 5/6 362 1/3 337 3/7 371 2/4 393 2/2Attempts 453 9/13 557 1/4 515 4/10 555 2/5 571 2/2Comp. Pct. 67.3 3/3 65.0 2/3 65.4 4/6 66.8 2/3 68.8 1/2Yards 3,747 5/7 4,397 1/2 4,040 3/7 4,002 3/6 4,500 2/2Yds./Att. 8.3 2/2 7.89 1/4 7.84 2/3 7.21 6/13 7.88 4/10TDs 28 2/2 31 1/1 31 3/4 27 2/5 33 1/2*Rating 104.1 1/1 101.0 1/1 98.0 4/4 95.0 3/5 99.9 3/6

    MANNING AMONG COLTS QUARTERBACKS

    Attempts Completions Yards Touchdowns Games6,531 Manning 4,232 Manning 50,128 Manning 366 Manning 206 Unitas5,110 Unitas 2,796 Unitas 39,768 Unitas 287 Unitas 192 Manning2,464 Jones 1,382 Jones 17,663 Jones 122 Jones 98 Jones1,536 Trudeau 874 George 9,647 Trudeau 49 Harbaugh 61 Trudeau1,532 George 812 Trudeau 9,551 George 47 Morrall 53 Harbaugh1,230 Harbaugh 746 Harbaugh 8,705 Harbaugh 41 Trudeau 52 George1,154 Pagel 587 Pagel 7,474 Pagel 41 George 51 Morrall/Pagel

    2009 PEYTON MANNING GAME-BY-GAME DATE OPPONENT Att-Comp. Yds. Pct. TD INT LG Rat. Result 09/13 vs. Jacksonville 38-28 301 73.7 1 1 39 94.3 W 14-1209/21 at Miami 23-14 303 60.9 2 0 80t 133.9 W 27-2309/27 at Arizona 35-24 379 68.6 4 1 72 130.5 W 31-1010/04 vs. Seattle 41-31 353 70.8 2 1 35 107.1 W 34-1710/11 at Tennessee 44-36 309 81.8 3 1 39t 109.2 W 31- 910/25 at St. Louis 34-23 235 67.6 3 0 27t 116.7 W 42- 611/01 vs. San Francisco 48-31 347 64.6 0 0 40 86.0 W 18-1411/08 vs. Houston 50-34 318 68.0 1 1 26 83.6 W 20-1711/15 vs. New England 44-28 327 63.6 4 2 29t 97.4 W 35-3411/22 at Baltimore 31-22 299 71.0 1 2 66 85.3 W 17-1511/29 at Houston 35-27 244 77.1 3 2 31 100.2 W 35-2712/06 vs. Tennessee 37-24 270 64.9 1 0 36 95.6 W 27-1712/13 vs. Denver 42-20 220 47.6 4 3 29 65.6 W 28-1612/17 at Jacksonville 30-23 308 76.7 4 1 65t 134.4 W 35-3112/27 vs. New York Jets 21-14 192 66.7 0 0 29 95.7 L 15-2901/03 at Buffalo 18-14 95 77.8 0 1 17 65.5 L 7-30

    TOTAL 571-393 4,500 68.8 33 16 80t 99.9 14-2

  • MANNING AND MORE MILESTONES: Manning, a 10-time ProBowler (1999-00, 2002-09), is the only player in NFL history with 3,000passing yards in each of his 1st 12 seasons, and he owns 12 of the 183,000+ passing seasons in Colts history (3, Unitas; 3, Bert Jones).Manning extended his NFL-record streak of 4,000+ seasons to six in2004, tying Dan Marinos all-time NFL mark. He holds the NFL careermark for 4,000+ passing seasons with 10.

    MISCELLANEOUS: Manning has 73 career 100+ rating games (min-imum 15 attempts), including three perfect rating games of 158.3, tied forthe most by any NFL QB (3, Roethlisberger; 3, Warner) since 1973 whenthe rating system was instituted. The Colts are 66-7 in those 73 games.Manning has 34 career 50+-yard TD passes, including a career-high 6 in2000. He has hit passes to 7+ different players 59 times in his career andwith 8+ players 16 times. Manning is the only player in club history tothrow for 400+ yards in multiple games.

    MANNING TD PASSES BY TARGET (32): M. Harrison (112), R.Wayne (61), D. Clark (41), M. Pollard (34), B. Stokley (15), E. James(11), J. Addai (9), A.Collie (7), K. Dilger (7), A. Gonzalez (7), T. Small(7), T. Wilkins (7), J. Pathon (6), B. Fletcher (5), M. Faulk (4), P. Garcon(4), D. Rhodes (4), T. Walters (4), Q. Ismail (3), J. Mungro (3), E.G.Green (2), B. Utecht (2), R. Williams (2), J. Finn (1), T. Insley (1), K.Keith (1) D. Klecko (1), L. Lawton (1), A. Moorehead (1), M. Roberg (1),T. Santi (1), L. Warren (1).

    MANNINGS COMPLETIONS BY RECEIVERS (Top 10): M.Harrison (953), R. Wayne (668), E. James (355), D. Clark (350), M.Pollard (243), K. Dilger (150), J. Addai (157), J. Pathon (138), B.Stokley (134), D. Rhodes (125).

    MANNINGS YARDS BY RECEIVER (Top 11): M. Harrison(12,766), R. Wayne (9,247), D. Clark (4,132), M. Pollard (3,138), E.James (2,833), B. Stokley (1,794), K. Dilger (1,663), J. Pathon (1,650),T. Wilkins (1,445), J. Addai (1,231), A. Gonzalez (1,230).

    MANNINGS TOP 5 RATING GAMES (with min. 15 attempts)Date Opponent Rating (Passing Totals)

    9/28/03 at New Orleans 158.3 (20-25-314, 6 TDs)11/10/02 at Philadelphia 158.3 (18-23-319, 3 TDs)10/22/00 New England 158.3 (16-20-268, 3 TDs)12/9/07 at Baltimore 157.5 (13-17-249, 4 TDs)12/4/05 Tennessee 151.2 (13-17-187, 3 TDs)

    MOST PROLIFIC QB-WR TD DUOs IN NFL HISTORYPeyton Manning-Marvin Harrison, Colts, 1998-2008 112Steve Young-Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 1987-99 85Dan Marino-Mark Clayton, Miami, 1983-92 79Jim Kelly-Andre Reed, Buffalo, 1986-96 65John Unitas-Raymond Berry, Colts, 1956-67 63Peyton Manning-Reggie Wayne, Colts, 2001-present 61Brett Favre-Antonio Freeman, Green Bay 1995-03 57John Hadl-Lance Alworth, San Diego, 1962-70 56Dan Marino-Mark Duper, Miami, 1983-92 55Joe Montana-Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 1985-92 55

    MOST PROLIFIC ACTIVE TD DUOs Peyton Manning-Reggie Wayne, Colts, 2001-present 61Peyton Manning-Dallas Clark, Colts, 2003-present 41Carson Palmer-Chad Ochocinco, Bengals, 2003-09 40Ben Roethlisberger-Hines Ward, Pitt., 2004-09 36Tom Brady-Randy Moss, NE, 2007-09 36

    MANNING EFFICIENT IN FOURTH-QUARTER IN 2009Peyton Manning ranked 1st in the NFL in fourth-quarter passing effi-

    ciency in 2009 with a 116.0 rating. Manning completed 79 of 109 pass-es (72.5 percent) for 939 yards and seven TDs with one interception.

    NFL QBs WITH MULTIPLE 4,000+ PASSING SEASONS10 Peyton Manning, Colts 1999-04, 06-096 Brett Favre, Green Bay 1995, 98-99, 04, 07, 096 Dan Marino, Miami 1984-86, 88, 92, 944 Drew Brees, New Orleans 2006-094 Warren Moon, Houston/Minn. 1990-91, 1994-953 Dan Fouts, San Diego 1979-813 Drew Bledsoe, NE/Buff. 1994, 96, 023 Tom Brady, New England 2005, 07, 093 Trent Green, Kansas City 2003-053 Kurt Warner, St. Louis, Ariz. 1999, 01, 082 Steve Young, San Francisco 1993, 982 Philip Rivers, San Diego 2008-092 Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay 2008-092 Tony Romo, Dallas 2007, 09

    TOTAL OFFENSE UNDER MANNINGThe Colts have had 12 consecutive seasons of 5,000+ net yards offense. The team had a club-record 6,475 yards in 2004. Manning has engineered 12 of the 17 5,000+ seasons in club history.YEAR TOTAL YDS. YDS./GAME AFC/NFL RANK2009 5,809 363.1 4/92008 5,368 335.5 6/152007 5,739 358.7 2/52006 6,070 379.4 1/32005 5,799 362.4 2/32004 6,475 404.7 2/22003 5,874 367.1 2/32002 5,616 351.0 5/92001 5,955 372.2 1/22000 6,141 383.8 2/31999 5,726 357.9 1/41998 5,116 319.8 7/12

    MANNING TD PASSES BY QUARTER:QUARTER TD PASSES

    1st 862nd 1033rd 924th 85

    MANNING DURING 23-GAME WINNING STREAKDate Opponent Att-Comp Yds Pct TD Int Rating11/02 vs. New England 29-21 254 72.4 2 0 121.911/09 at Pittsburgh 40-21 240 52.5 3 0 95.811/16 vs. Houston 46-30 320 65.2 2 0 99.911/23 at San Diego 44-32 255 72.7 2 1 92.511/30 at Cleveland 21-15 125 71.4 0 2 46.812/07 vs. Cincinnati 32-26 277 81.3 3 0 134.012/14 vs. Detroit 37-28 318 75.7 1 0 110.012/18 at Jacksonville 34-29 364 85.3 3 0 140.712/28 vs. Tennessee 7-7 95 100.0 1 0 158.3-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    9/13 vs. Jacksonville 38-28 301 73.7 1 1 94.39/21 at Miami 23-14 303 60.9 2 0 133.99/28 at Arizona 35-24 379 68.6 4 1 130.5

    10/04 vs. Seattle 41-31 353 70.8 2 1 107.110/11 at Tennessee 44-36 309 81.8 3 1 109.210/25 at St. Louis 34-23 235 67.6 3 0 116.711/01 vs. San Francisco 48-31 347 64.6 0 0 86.011/08 vs. Houston 50-34 318 68.0 1 1 83.611/15 vs. New England 44-28 327 63.6 4 2 97.411/22 at Baltimore 31-22 299 71.0 1 2 85.311/29 at Houston 35-27 244 77.1 3 2 100.212/06 vs. Tennessee 37-24 270 64.9 1 0 95.612/13 vs. Denver 42-20 220 47.6 4 3 65.612/17 at Jacksonville 30-23 308 76.7 4 1 134.4TOTALS 820-574 6,461 70.0 50 18 105.9

    MOST PROLIFIC COMPLETIONS DUOs IN NFL HISTORYPeyton Manning-Marvin Harrison, Colts, 1998-2008 953Peyton Manning-Reggie Wayne, Colts, 2001-present 668Jim Kelly-Andre Reed, Buffalo, 1986-96 663

  • MANNING IN ELITE COMPANYPeyton Manning has reached several key milestones for a quarterback in a short period of time. Here is a look at where he ranksin NFL history on how many games it took him to reach these milestones:

    100 TD Passes Games 150 TD Passes Games 200 TD Passes Games 250 TD Passes Games 300 TD Passes GamesDan Marino 44 Dan Marino 62 Dan Marino 89 Dan Marino 128 Peyton Manning 157Kurt Warner 50 Brett Favre 84 Peyton Manning 106 Peyton Manning 132 Dan Marino 157John Unitas 53 Peyton Manning 86 Brett Favre 107 Brett Favre 141 Brett Favre 167Peyton Manning 56 John Unitas 87 Tom Brady 116 John Unitas 149 Fran Tarkenton 217

    350 TD Passes GamesPeyton Manning 185Dan Marino 185Brett Favre 196

    25,000 Yards Games 30,000 Yards Games 35,000 Yards Games 40,000 Yards Games 45,000 Yards GamesDan Marino 92 Dan Marino 114 Dan Marino 134 Dan Marino 153 Dan Marino 172Peyton Manning 97 Kurt Warner 114 Peyton Manning 135 Peyton Manning 154 Peyton Manning 174Kurt Warner 97 Peyton Manning 115 Drew Bledsoe 145 Warren Moon 165 Warren Moon 186Drew Brees 103 Warren Moon 125 B. Favre/W. Moon 147 Brett Favre 166 Brett Favre 191

    50,000 Yards GamesPeyton Manning 191Dan Marino 193Brett Favre 211John Elway 229

    NFLS TOP 10 CAREER LEADING PASSERS AND A 13-YEAR COMPARISON WITH PEYTON MANNING

    Yards Name Games Att. Comp. Pct. Yards Yd/Att. TD Int. Rating Years69,329* Brett Favre 192 6,463 3,960 61.3 45,646 7.06 346 209 86.9 1991-0361,361 Dan Marino 186 6,531 3,913 59.9 48,841 7.48 352 200 88.4 1983-9551,475 John Elway 190 5,926 3,346 56.5 41,706 7.04 225 191 77.7 1983-9550,128* Peyton Manning 192 6,531 4,232 64.8 50,128 7.68 366 181 95.3 1998-0949,325 Warren Moon 180 6,000 3,514 58.6 43,787 7.30 254 208 81.0 1984-9647,003 Fran Tarkenton 181 4,449 2,459 55.3 33,248 7.47 249 187 80.4 1961-7346,233 Vinny Testaverde 157 4,613 2,569 55.7 32,575 7.06 205 191 75.5 1987-9944,611 Drew Bledsoe 188 6,548 3,749 57.3 43,447 6.64 244 198 77.3 1993-0543,040 Dan Fouts 158 4,810 2,839 59.0 37,492 7.79 228 205 81.8 1973-8540,551 Joe Montana 166 4,579 2,914 63.6 34,998 7.64 242 123 93.4 1979-91

    PEYTON MANNING PASSING BREAKDOWN vs. AFC (Regular Season Only)

    TEAMS W-L ATTS COMP PCT. YDS. TD INT LG SACKS RATINGAFC EAST 25-24 1667 1031 61.8 11,992 76 59 80t 58-424 84.0AFC NORTH 19- 3 753 489 64.9 5821 42 18 80t 23-149 97.0AFC SOUTH 39-10 1626 1115 68.6 13,059 98 33 76 45-288 104.3AFC WEST 16- 8 867 531 61.2 6270 42 28 63 35-223 85.9

    AFC TOTALS 99-45 4913 3166 64.4 37,142 258 138 80t 164-1084 93.1NFC TOTALS 32-16 1618 1066 65.9 12,986 108 43 86t 51-308 101.6LEAGUE TOTALS 131-61 6531 4232 64.8 50,128 366 181 86t 215-1392 95.2

    Name Games Att. Comp. Pct. Yards Yd/Att. TD Int. Rating YearsPeyton Manning 192 6,531 4,232 64.8 50,128 7.68 366 181 95.2 1998-09 Troy Aikman 165 4,715 2,898 61.5 32,942 6.99 165 141 81.6 1989-00Jeff George 134 3,967 2,298 57.9 27,602 6.96 154 113 80.4 1990-01Drew Bledsoe 188 6,548 3,749 57.3 43,447 6.64 244 198 77.3 1993-05Steve Bartkowski 129 3,456 1,932 55.9 24,124 6.98 156 144 75.4 1975-86John Elway 190 5,926 3,346 56.5 41,706 7.04 225 191 77.7 1983-95Vinny Testaverde 157 4,613 2,569 55.7 32,575 7.06 205 191 75.5 1987-99Terry Bradshaw 166 3,893 2,020 51.9 27,912 7.17 210 210 70.7 1970-82Jim Plunkett 136 3,148 1,631 51.8 21,620 6.87 141 176 65.5 1971-83

    QBs TAKEN AS FIRST OVERALL DRAFT PICK SINCE 1970 COMPLETE 13-SEASON TOTALS

  • COLTS RECORD WHEN MANNINGRECORD WITH PEYTON UNDER CENTER PASS ATTEMPTS YARDS INTERCEPTIONSGames Started: 192 Less than 20: 4-4 Less than 200: 21-15 None: 64-12Overall: 131-61 20-29 attempts: 36-13 200-299 yards: 75-25 1 interception: 50-17Home: 70-26 30-39 attempts: 68-18 300-399 yards: 29-20 2 interceptions: 16-21 Away: 61-35 40-49 attempts: 21-19 400 or more: 6-1 3 or more: 1-11On Grass: 42-25 50 or more: 2-7On Turf: 89-36Indoor: 73-30 COMPLETIONS TOUCHDOWNS SACKSOutdoor: 58-31 Less than 10: 2-2 None: 12-12 None: 54-22vs. AFC: 99-45 10-19 completions: 31-19 1 touchdown: 36-22 1 sack: 44-10vs. NFC: 32-16 20-29 completions: 89-31 2 touchdowns: 36-15 2 sacks: 21-17Overtime: 3-2 30 or more: 9-9 3 or more: 47-12 3 or more sacks: 12-12

    TOP TOUCHDOWN CONNECTIONS IN COLTS HISTORY

    1. 112 Peyton Manning to Marvin Harrison2. 63 John Unitas to Raymond Berry3. 61 Peyton Manning to Reggie Wayne4. 43 John Unitas to Lenny Mooret5. 41 John Unitas to Jimmy Orrt5. 41 Peyton Manning to Dallas Clark7. 34 Peyton Manning to Marcus Pollard

    MOST GAMES 4+-TD PASSES IN A SEASON

    6 Peyton Manning, Colts, 20046 Dan Marino, Miami, 19845 Tom Brady, New England, 2007 5 Brett Favre, Green Bay, 19965 Dan Marino, Miami, 19865 Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia, 2004

    MOST GAMES CAREER GAMES 5+-TD PASSES6 Peyton Manning, Colts6 Dan Marino, Miami

    HIGHEST PASSER RATING (SEASON)121.1 Peyton Manning, Colts, 2004117.2 Tom Brady, New England, 2007112.8 Steve Young, SF, 1994112.4 Joe Montana, SF, 1989110.9 Daunte Culpepper, Minnesota, 2004110.4 Milt Plum, Cleveland, 1960

    MOST CONSECUTIVE MULTIPLE-TD GAMES13 Peyton Manning, Colts, 200412 John Unitas, Colts, 195912 Don Meredith, Dallas, 1965-6612 Dan Marino, Miami, 1986-8712 Brett Favre, Green Bay, 1994-95

    HIGHEST CAREER AVERAGE TD PASSES PER GAME (Min. 150 TDs)PLAYER TD PASSES GAMES TD PASSES/GAMEPeyton Manning* 366 192 1.9063Tom Brady* 225 129 1.7442Dan Marino 420 242 1.7355Brett Favre* 497 289 1.7197Kurt Warner 208 124 1.6774Drew Brees* 202 122 1.6557Jim Kelly 237 160 1.4813Donovan McNabb* 216 148 1.4595Joe Montana 273 192 1.4219Dan Fouts 254 181 1.4033

    MOST CAREER 4+-TD GAMESPLAYER GAMESBrett Favre* 23Peyton Manning* 21Dan Marino 21John Unitas 17

    MOST CAREER 3+-TD GAMES

    PLAYER GAMESBrett Favre* 71Dan Marino 62Peyton Manning* 59Fran Tarkenton 41

    MOST CAREER 400+-YARD GAMES

    PLAYER GAMESDan Marino 13Peyton Manning* 7Joe Montana 7Warren Moon 7

    TOUCHDOWN PASSES FROM 98-09PLAYER TDsPeyton Manning 366Brett Favre 315Tom Brady 225Donovan McNabb 216Kurt Warner 208Drew Brees 202

    PASSING YARDS FROM 98-09PLAYER PASSING YDS.Peyton Manning 50,128Brett Favre 46,738Donovan McNabb 32,873Kurt Warner 32,344Kerry Collins 31,323Tom Brady 30,844

    MANNING AMONG NFLS TOP LEADING PASSERS THROUGH FIRST 12 SEASONS

    Attempts Completions Yards Touchdowns Rating6,531 Manning 4,232 Manning 50,128 Manning 366 Manning 96.2 Young6,049 Bledsoe 3,652 Favre 45,173 Marino 328 Marino 95.2 Manning6,049 Marino 3,604 Marino 42,285 Favre 314 Favre 93.7 Warner5,992 Favre 3,449 Bledsoe 42,177 Moon 252 Unitas 93.4 Montana5,753 Moon 3,380 Moon 39,808 Bledsoe 247 Moon 88.2 Marino

  • MANNINGS FOURTH-QUARTER AND OVERTIME GAME-WINNING DRIVES (43)Victories in which Manning has rallied Colts from a fourth-quarter deficit or tie to win

    Manning has 43 career fourth-quarter/OT game-winning drives, 1st in club history (Unitas 31). Manning led the club to an NFL-record seven comeback wins in 2009.

    Date Opponent Down Won Go-Ahead Scoring Play Time Left Drive/TOP Manning Drive Stats11/15/98 vs. NY Jets 17-23 24-23 14t pass to TE-Marcus Pollard :24 15-80/2:40 8-13-93, 1 TD pass9/26/99 at San Diego 13-19 27-19 12t Manning run 11:41 8-83/2:47 3-6-46 pass; 12t rush

    10/17/99 at NY Jets 13-13 16-13 Vanderjagt 27 FG :14 10-35/4:18 2-2-12 pass, 1-(-2 rush)*10-13 Vanderjagt 18 FG 12:06 12-53/4:43 4-8-40 pass

    10/31/99 vs. Dallas 21-24 34-24 40t pass to WR-Marvin Harrison 14:55 7-75/3:31 4-7-76, 1 TD pass11/7/99 vs. Kansas City 16-17 25-17 7t Manning run 10:49 6-54/3:04 2-3-17 pass/2-10 rush, 7t12/5/99 at Miami 34-34 37-34 Vanderjagt 53 FG :00 4-33/0:36 2-2-34 passing

    12/19/99 vs. Washington 10-13 24-21 1t pass to TE-Ken Dilger 14:56 7-80/3:11 3-4-40 pass, 1 TD pass12/26/99 at Cleveland 26-28 29-28 Vanderjagt 21 FG :04 11-54/4:08 4-4-23 pass/1-8 rush

    *19-28 2t James run 9:54 11-77/5:06 6-7-53 pass/1-9 rush9/3/00 at Kansas City 14-14 27-14 Vanderjagt 23 FG 13:37 9-27/3:56 3-4-16 pass

    10/1/00 at Buffalo 15-16 18-16 Vanderjagt 45 FG :00 8-42/1:08 3-5-25 pass/1-2 rush10/22/00 vs. New England 21-23 30-23 3t James run 2:09 6-66/2:22 2-2-13 pass

    *14-23 1t pass to RB-Edgerrin James 6:16 8-65/3:32 6-9-40, 1 TD pass10/13/02 vs. Baltimore 19-20 22-20 Vanderjagt 38 FG :04 11-60/2:18 5-6-49 pass11/17/02 vs. Dallas 3-3 20-3 Vanderjagt 32 FG 13:06 12-76/6:53 3-3-31 pass/1-(-1) rush11/24/02 at Denver 20-20 23-20 Vanderjagt 51 FG 9:22 OT 10-35/5:38 2-3-14 pass

    *17-20 Vanderjagt 54 FG :03 11-44/1:37 3-8-27 pass/2-12 rush12/15/02 at Cleveland 21-23 28-23 3t Mungro run 6:46 6-86/3:00 2-2-53 pass

    *14-23 3t pass to WR-Marvin Harrison 11:30 7-57/2:58 4-6-49, 1 TD pass12/29/02 vs. Jacksonville 13-13 20-13 11t pass to TE-Marcus Pollard 2:26 7-47/2:11 3-3-32 pass, 1 TD pass

    *10-13 Vanderjagt 27 FG 5:46 16-68/8:09 5-9-25 pass/1-8 rush9/7/03 at Cleveland 6-6 9-6 Vanderjagt 45 FG :01 11-65/2:38 8-10-65 pass

    10/6/03 at Tampa Bay 35-35 38-35 Vanderjagt 29 FG 3:47 OT 15-76/6:46 5-9-49 pass*28-35 1t R. Williams run :35 5-85/1:06 2-3-64 pass*21-35 28t pass to WR-Marvin Harrison 2:29 6-58/1:08 5-6-63, 1 TD pass*14-35 3t Mungro run 3:37 4-12/1:32 1-2-6 pass

    11/23/03 at Buffalo 10-14 17-14 1t James run 1:38 16-83/6:00 5-7-55 pass*3-14 14t James run 10:40 9-61/4:11 3-4-15 pass

    12/28/03 at Houston 17-17 20-17 Vanderjagt 43 FG :00 12-65/2:40 2-4-22 pass/2-8 rush*10-17 5t pass to WR-Brandon Stokley 3:50 1-5/0:05 1-1-5, 1 TD pass*3-17 6t James run 14:57 11-67/5:36 3-3-24 pass

    9/19/04 at Tennessee 17-17 31-17 4t James run 7:31 11-80/3:57 4-7-70 pass*10-17 1t pass to TE-Marcus Pollard 14:56 6-80/2:42 3-4-57 pass, 1 TD pass

    10/03/04 at Jacksonville 17-17 24-17 3t James run 3:33 13-74/7:04 5-5-33 pass11/8/04 vs. Minnesota 28-28 31-28 Vanderjagt 35 FG :02 9-55/2:52 2-2-23 pass/3-12 rush

    12/26/04 vs. San Diego 31-31 34-31 Vanderjagt 30 FG 12:13 OT 5-61/2:47 2-2-58 pass*23-31 21t pass to WR-Brandon Stokley :56 9-80/2:46 6-8-85, 1 TD pass

    9/18/05 vs. Jacksonville 0-3 10-3 6t Carthon run 8:33 17-88/8:59 3-3-21 pass10/1/06 at NY Jets 24-28 31-28 1t Manning run :50 9-61/1:30 6-8-60 pass/1-1, 1t rush10/8/06 vs. Tennessee 7-13 14-13 2t pass to WR-Reggie Wayne 5:10 10-43/4:28 4-6-34, 1 TD pass

    10/29/06 at Denver 31-31 34-31 Vinatieri 37 FG :02 8-62/1:47 5-5-47 pass*23-28 19t pass to WR-Reggie Wayne 3:35 7-80/3:19 5-6-75, 1 TD pass

    11/18/07 vs. Kansas City 10-10 13-10 Vinatieri 24 FG :03 14-61/6:56 4-4-59 pass/4-(-3) rush12/16/07 at Oakland 13-14 21-14 20t pass to WR-Anthony Gonzalez 4:49 11-91/5:40 7-7-68, 1 TD pass9/14/08 at Minnesota 15-15 18-15 Vinatieri 47 FG :03 5-21/1:04 1-2-20 pass

    *7-15 32t pass to WR-Reggie Wayne 5:54 3-61/1:15 3-3-61, 1 TD pass10/5/08 at Houston 24-27 31-27 5t pass to WR-Reggie Wayne 1:54 2-20/0:42 1-1-5, 1 TD pass

    *17-27 68t Gary Brackett FR 3:36*10-27 7t pass to TE-Tom Santi 4:04 11-81/4:14 8-10-59, 1 TD pass/1-11 rush

    11/2/08 vs. New England 15-15 18-15 Vinatieri 52 FG 8:05 8-48/3:28 2-4-44 pass11/9/08 at Pittsburgh 17-20 24-20 17t pass to RB-Dominic Rhodes 3:04 4-32/1:40 1-1-17, 1 TD pass

    11/23/08 at San Diego 20-20 23-20 Vinatieri 51 FG :00 8-37/1:30 4-6-36 pass12/14/08 vs. Detroit 21-21 31-21 1t Rhodes run 8:39 7-88/4:13 4-4-74 pass9/21/09 at Miami 20-23 27-23 48t pass to WR-Pierre Garcon 3:18 4-80/0:32 3-4-80, 1 TD pass11/1/09 vs. San Francisco 12-14 18-14 Addai 22t pass to WR-Reggie Wayne14:53 9-70/3:10 4-6-30 pass11/8/09 vs. Houston 13-17 20-17 2t Addai run 7:11 8-61/3:49 3-4-38 pass

    11/15/09 vs. New England 28-34 35-34 1t pass to WR-Reggie Wayne 0:13 4-29/1:47 2-2-16, 1 TD pass*21-34 4t Addai run 2:23 6-79/1:49 4-5-44 pass*14-31 29t pass to WR-Pierre Garcon 12:14 5-79/2:04 3-3-59, 1 TD pass

    11/22/09 at Baltimore 14-15 17-15 Stover 25 FG 7:02 9-60/3:10 4-5-52 pass11/29/09 at Houston 14-20 35-27 6t pass to TE-Dallas Clark 8:24 7-89/2:50 4-4-49, 1 TD pass12/17/09 at Jacksonville 28-31 35-31 65t pass to WR-Reggie Wayne 5:23 3-70/0:42 2-3-70, 1 TD pass*Italics denotes comeback drive. Regular font dentoes game-winning drive.

  • NFL TEAM-BY-TEAM STARTING QUARTERBACKS SINCE SEPTEMBER 6, 1998 (2009 starters in boldface)Arizona (8): Jeff Blake, Dave Brown, Shaun King, Matt Leinart, Josh McCown, John Navarre, Jake Plummer, Kurt WarnerAtlanta (12): Chris Chandler, Steve DeBerg, Tony Graziani, Joey Harrington, Doug Johnson, Danny Kanell, Kurt Kittner, Byron Leftwich,

    Chris Redman, Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Michael Vick Baltimore (15): Tony Banks, Jeff Blake, Kyle Boller, Stoney Case, Randall Cunningham, Trent Dilfer, Joe Flacco, Elvis Grbac, Jim Harbaugh,

    Steve McNair, Scott Mitchell, Chris Redman, Troy Smith, Anthony Wright, Eric ZeierBuffalo (9): Drew Bledsoe, Brian Brohm, Trent Edwards, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Doug Flutie, Kelly Holcomb, Rob Johnson, J.P. Losman,

    Alex Van PeltCarolina (10): Steve Beuerlein, David Carr, Kerry Collins, Jake Delhomme, Randy Fasani, Matt Lytle, Matt Moore, Rodney Peete, Vinny

    Testaverde, Chris WeinkeChicago (16): Henry Burris, Chris Chandler, Jay Cutler, Brian Griese, Rex Grossman, Chad Hutchinson, Erik Kramer, Craig Krenzel, Shane

    Matthews, Cade McNown, Jim Miller, Moses Moreno, Kyle Orton, Jonathan Quinn, Steve Stenstrom, Kordell StewartCincinnati (9): Jeff Blake, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Gus Frerotte, Paul Justin, Jon Kitna, Scott Mitchell, Neil ODonnell, Carson Palmer, Akili SmithCleveland (13): Derek Anderson, Tim Couch, Ty Detmer, Trent Dilfer, Ken Dorsey, Charlie Frye, Jeff Garcia, Bruce Gradkowski, Kelly

    Holcomb, Luke McCown, Doug Pederson, Brady Quinn, Spergon Wynn Dallas (13): Troy Aikman, Drew Bledsoe, Quincy Carter, Randall Cunningham, Jason Garrett, Drew Henson, Chad Hutchinson,

    Brad Johnson, Ryan Leaf, Tony Romo, Clint Stoerner, Vinny Testaverde, Anthony WrightDenver (12): Steve Beuerlein, Bubby Brister, Jay Cutler, John Elway, Gus Frerotte, Brian Griese, Jarious Jackson, Danny Kanell, Chris

    Miller, Kyle Orton, Jake Plummer, Chris SimmsDetroit (14): Charlie Batch, Stoney Case, Daunte Culpepper, Ty Detmer, Gus Frerotte, Jeff Garcia, Joey Harrington, Jon Kitna, Mike

    McMahon, Scott Mitchell, Dan Orlovsky, Frank Reich, Matthew Stafford, Drew StantonGreen Bay (2): Brett Favre, Aaron RodgersHouston (5): Tony Banks, David Carr, Dave Ragone, Sage Rosenfels, Matt SchaubIndianapolis (1): Peyton ManningJacksonville (7): Mark Brunell, Jay Fiedler, David Garrard, Quinn Gray, Byron Leftwich, Jamie Martin, Jonathan QuinnKansas City (8): Matt Cassell, Brodie Croyle, Rich Gannon, Elvis Grbac, Trent Green, Damon Huard, Warren Moon, Tyler ThigpenMiami (15): John Beck, Daunte Culpepper, A.J. Feeley, Jay Fiedler, Gus Frerotte, Trent Green, Brian Griese, Joey Harrington, Chad Henne,

    Damon Huard, Cleo Lemon, Ray Lucas, Dan Marino, Chad Pennington, Sage RosenfelsMinnesota (11): Brooks Bollinger, Todd Bouman, Daunte Culpepper, Randall Cunningham, Brett Favre, Gus Frerotte, Jeff George, Kelly

    Holcomb, Tarvaris Jackson, Brad Johnson, Spergon Wynn New England (4): Drew Bledsoe, Tom Brady, Matt Cassel, Scott ZolakNew Orleans (10): Jeff Blake, Todd Bouman, Drew Brees, Aaron Brooks, Mark Brunell, Kerry Collins, Jake Delhomme, Billy Joe Hobert, Billy

    Joe Tolliver, Danny WuerffelN.Y. Giants (6): Kerry Collins, Kent Graham, Danny Kanell, Eli Manning, Jesse Palmer, Kurt WarnerN.Y. Jets (10): Brooks Bollinger, Quincy Carter, Kellen Clemens, Brett Favre, Glenn Foley, Ray Lucas, Rick Mirer, Chad Pennington, Mark Sanchez,

    Vinny TestaverdeOakland (14): Aaron Brooks, Kerry Collins, Daunte Culpepper, Charlie Frye, Rich Gannon, Jeff George, Bruce Gradkowski, Donald Hollas,

    Josh McCown, Rick Mirer, JaMarcus Russell, Marques Tuiasosopo, Andrew Walter, Wade Wilson Philadelphia (9): Koy Detmer, A.J. Feeley, Jeff Garcia, Bobby Hoying, Kevin Kolb, Mike McMahon, Donovan McNabb, Doug Pederson, Rodney PeetePittsburgh (7): Charlie Batch, Dennis Dixon, Kent Graham, Tommy Maddox, Ben Roethlisberger, Kordell Stewart, Mike TomczakSt. Louis (13): Tony Banks, Brock Berlin, Kyle Boller, Steve Bono, Marc Bulger, Chris Chandler, Scott Covington, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Gus

    Frerotte, Trent Green, Jamie Martin, Keith Null, Kurt WarnerSan Diego (8): Drew Brees, Doug Flutie, Jim Harbaugh, Erik Kramer, Ryan Leaf, Moses Moreno, Philip Rivers, Craig WhelihanSan Francisco (12):Ty Detmer, Trent Dilfer, Ken Dorsey, Jeff Garcia, Shaun Hill, J.T. OSullivan, Cody Pickett, Tim Rattay, Alex Smith, Steve

    Stenstrom, Chris Weinke, Steve YoungSeattle (9): Trent Dilfer, Glenn Foley, John Friesz, Charlie Frye, Matt Hasselbeck, Brock Huard, Jon Kitna, Warren Moon, Seneca WallaceTampa Bay (14): Trent Dilfer, Josh Freeman, Jeff Garcia, Bruce Gradkowski, Brian Griese, Brad Johnson, Josh Johnson, Rob Johnson, Shaun

    King, Byron Leftwich, Luke McCown, Tim Rattay, Chris Simms, Eric Zeier Tennessee (6): Kerry Collins, Matt Mauck, Steve McNair, Neil ODonnell, Billy Volek, Vince YoungWashington (12): Tony Banks, Mark Brunell, Jason Campbell, Todd Collins, Gus Frerotte, Jeff George, Trent Green, Tim Hasselbeck, Brad

    Johnson, Shane Matthews, Patrick Ramsey, Danny Wuerffel

    MOST COMPLETIONS Player Comp.

    1970s Fran Tarkenton 2,0561980s Joe Montana 2,5801990s Dan Marino 2,7822000s Peyton Manning 3,579

    Brett Favre 3,420

    BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGEPlayer Comp. Pct.

    1970s Ken Stabler 59.91980s Ken Anderson 64.11990s Steve Young 66.32000s Chad Pennington 66.1

    Peyton Manning 65.9Kurt Warner 65.5

    MOST PASSING YARDS Player Yards

    1970s Fran Tarkenton 23,8631980s Joe Montana 30,9581990s Dan Marino 33,3902000s Peyton Manning 42,322

    Brett Favre 38,430

    MOST TOUCHDOWNS Player TDS

    1970s Fran Tarkenton 1561980s Dan Marino 2201990s Brett Favre 2332000s Peyton Manning 314

    Brett Favre 260

    HIGHEST QB RATINGPlayer Rating

    1970s Roger Staubach 83.61980s Joe Montana 94.01990s Steve Young 101.22000s Peyton Manning 98.2

    Philip Rivers 95.8

    MOST STARTING QB WINSPlayer Wins

    1990s Troy Aikman 902000s Peyton Manning 115

    Brett Favre 99Tom Brady 97

    TOP DECADE TOTALS BY QUARTERBACKS IN NFL HISTORYDECADE TOTALS BY DATE (i.e. 1/1/00 - 12/31/09), NOT SEASON

  • CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT: WR-Reggie Wayne, a four-timePro Bowl choice (2006-09), ranks 2nd in club career receptions, yards and100+ games and 3rd in TD receptions. He has recorded six consecutive1,000-yard seasons, tied for the most consecutive 1,000+ seasons amongactive NFL receivers (Donald Driver). Wayne and Manning also own thesecond-most completions among a QB-WR duo in NFL history with 668(953, Manning-Harrison). Wayne recorded career-best totals in 2007with 104 receptions and 1,510 receiving yards, marking his first career

    100+-reception season. Wayne posted his second career 100+-catch sea-son in 2009, and he and TE-Dallas Clark became the fourth set of team-mates to reach 100+-receptions. Wayne became the third receiver in NFLhistory to increase his receptions total for the first seven seasons of acareer, matching Raymond Berry (1955-61) and Shawn Jefferson (1991-97). Wayne had become the 11th receiver to increase his reception totalin the first six seasons in 2006. Wayne leads the NFL in receptions andreceiving yards since 2004 (see chart below).

    WIDE RECEIVER REGGIE WAYNE

    BREAKING DOWN WR-REGGIE WAYNE

    100+-Yard Games: 3110+-Reception Games: 11Multiple-TD Games: 83+-TD Games: 1 at Denver 11/29/051,000+-Yard Seasons 6 (2004-09)Most Consec. Games w/ TD: 5 (G3-7, 2009)Most Consec. 100+-Games: 2 (4 times)Longest TD Reception: 71t at Denver 1/2/05Consecutive Games Started: 113 (Leads Active NFL WRs)

    REGGIE WAYNES CAREER RECEIVING TOTALS

    YEAR No. Yds. Avg. TD2001 27 345 12.8 02002 49 716 14.6 42003 68 838 12.3 72004 77 1,210 15.7 122005 83 1,055 12.7 52006 86 1,310 15.2 92007 104 1,510 14.5 102008 82 1,145 14.0 62009 100 1,264 12.6 10TOTAL 676 9,393 13.9 63

    MOST RECEPTIONS SINCE 04

    PLAYER REC.Reggie Wayne 532Tony Gonzalez 531T.J. Houshmandzadeh 524Larry Fitzgerald 523Andre Johnson 521Derrick Mason 506

    MOST REC. YARDS SINCE 04

    PLAYER YARDSReggie Wayne 7,494Chad Ochocinco 7,102Larry Fitzgerald 7,067Andre Johnson 6,972Donald Driver 6,845Torry Holt 6,598

    MOST TD RECEPTIONS SINCE 04

    PLAYER TDSRandy Moss 71Terrell Owens 63Larry Fitzgerald 59Antonio Gates 57Reggie Wayne 52Chad Ochocinco 46

    WAYNE AMONG COLTS RECEIVERS

    Receptions Yards Touchdowns 100+ Yard Games Cons. Rec. Games1,102 Harrison 14,580 Harrison 128 Harrison 59 Harrison 190 Harrison 676* Wayne 9,393* Wayne 68 Berry 31* Wayne 77 Faulk 631 Berry 9,275 Berry 63* Wayne 23 Berry 64* Wayne411 Brooks 6,039 Moore 50 Orr 19 Moore 62 Hester363 Moore 5,859 Orr 48 Moore 18 Orr 58* Orr/Clark

    COLTS 1,000-YARD RECEIVERS1,722 Harrison, 2002 1,366 Harrison, 2006 1,210 Wayne, 2004 1,077 Stokley, 20041,663 Harrison, 1999 1,310 Wayne, 2006 1,146 Harrison, 2005 1,055 Wayne, 20051,524 Harrison, 2001 1,298 Berry, 1960 1,145 Wayne, 2008 1,038 Langhorne, 19931,510 Wayne, 2007 1,272 Harrison, 2003 1,131 Brooks, 1986 1,012 Carr, 19761,413 Harrison, 2000 1,264 Wayne, 2009 1,113 Harrison, 2004

    WAYNES YEAR-BY-YEAR AFC/NFL STATISTICAL RANKINGS (AFC/NFL) *Tied

    Category 2001 AFC/NFL 2002 AFC/NFL 2003 AFC/NFL 2004 AFC/NFL 2005 AFC/NFL 2006 AFC/NFL 2007 AFC/NFLReceptions 27 (63*/125*) 49 (35*/69*) 68 (12/25*) 77 (11/22*) 83 (5/11*) 86 (7/12) 104 (3/3)Yards 345 (49/102*) 716 (24/46) 838 (14/26*) 1,210 (4/9) 1,055 (8/17) 1,310 (3/3*) 1,510 (1/1)Touchdowns 0 (NA/NA) 4 (28*/49*) 7 (9*/17*) 12 (3/6*) 5 (16*/35*) 9 (2*/6*) 10 (5*/9*)

    Category 2008 AFC/NFL 2009 AFC/NFLReceptions 82 8/13 100 4*/5*Yards 1,145 4/10 1,264 3*/5*Touchdowns 6 11*/22* 10 2*/7*

    WR-Reggie Wayne has been among the NFLs top receivers in the NFL since 2004. He and Donald Driver lead active NFL WRs for most consecu-tive 1,000+-yard seasons with six (2004-09). Below is where Wayne ranks in receptions, receiving yards and TDs since 04.

  • RUNNING BACK JOSEPH ADDAIRB-Joseph Addai has 3,525 rushing yards in his career, ranking 9th

    among Colts all-time rushers. Addais 34 rushing TDs rank 7th in fran-chise history, while he owns two of the 14 double-digit rushing TDs infranchise history (12 in 2007; 10 in 2009). Addai has 43 career TDs (34rushing/9 receiving). He also had one passing TD in 2009.

    BREAKING DOWN RB-JOSEPH ADDAI IN THIRD NFL SEASON

    100+-Yard Rushing Games: 7Multiple Rushing TD Games: 61,000+-Yard Rushing Seasons 2 (2006-07)Most Consec. Games w/ Rush TD: 4 (G1-4, 2007)Most Consec. 100+-Games: 2 (G7-8, 2007)Games With Reception: 52Games with Rush. and Rec. TD: 5 Longest TD: 73t rec. vs. NE 11/4/07 Games with 4+ TDs: 1Games with 3+-TDs: 3

    JOSEPH ADDAIS CAREER RUSHING TOTALS

    YEAR No. Yds. Avg. TD

    2006 226 1,081 4.8 7

    2007 261 1,072 4.1 12

    2008 155 544 3.5 5

    2009 219 828 3.8 10

    TOTAL 861 3,525 4.1 34

    TOP CAREER TOTALS AMONG COLTS TIGHT ENDS Receptions Yards Touchdowns Most 100+ Games

    356 Clark 5,126 Mackey 41 Clark 8 Mackey320 Mackey 4,188 Clark 40 Mutscheller 7 Clark263 Pollard 3,684 Mutscheller 38 Mackey 6 Mutscheller261 Dilger 3,391 Pollard 35 Pollard 4 Chester220 Mutscheller 3,181 Dilger 19 T. Mitchell 3 Dilger

    TOP SEASONAL TOTALS BY COLTS TIGHT ENDSReceptions Player Season

    100 Clark 200977 Clark 200858 Clark 200755 Mackey 1967

    Yards Player Season1,106 Clark 2009848 Clark 2008829 Mackey 1966814 Mackey 1965

    Touchdowns Player Season11 Clark 200710 Clark 20099 Mackey 19668 Mutscheller 1957,598 Pollard 2001

    TIGHT END DALLAS CLARK

    DALLAS CLARK is 93-1,054, 10 TDs in 2009, marking single-sea-son franchise records in receptions and yards by a TE. Clark also holdsthe seasonal record for touchdown receptions by a Colts TE with 11, setin 2007. Clark was 7-183, 1 TD at Miami 9/21/09, including an 80t onthe first play from scrimmage. Clarks 183 yards marked the 4th-mostreceiving yards by a TE since the 1970 NFL merger. Clark was 14-119

    vs. Houston 11/8/09, tying Marvin Harrisons club record for single-gamereceptions, while tying the third-most receptions in a game by a TE inNFL history. Clark tied the club record with 3 TDs vs. Denver 12/13/09.Clarks career totals are 349-4,136, 41 TDs. Clark owns the franchisemark in TE receptions and TDs and ranks 2nd in yards 100+-yard games(7) . He had back-to-back 100+ games 12/14/08 and 12/18/08.

    MOST TE TD RECEPTIONS SINCE 2007

    PLAYER TD Rec.Dallas Clark 27Antonio Gates 25Tony Gonzalez 21Vernon Davis 19Visanthe Shiancoe 19

    MOST TE TD RECEPTIONS SINCE 2004

    PLAYER TD Rec.Antonio Gates 57Dallas Clark 40Tony Gonzalez 35Chris Cooley 30Heath Miller 27

    MOST TE RECEPTIONS SINCE 2007

    PLAYER Rec.Tony Gonzalez 278Jason Witten 271Dallas Clark 235Antonio Gates 214Kellen Winslow 202

    MOST TE RECEIVING YARDS SINCE 2004

    PLAYER Rec.Tony Gonzalez 6,160Antonio Gates 5,834Jason Witten 5,618Jeremy Shockey 3,851Dallas Clark 3,848

    MOST PROLIFIC QB-TE TD DUOs IN NFL HISTORYDrew Bledsoe-Ben Coates, Patriots, 1993-99 45Sonny Jurgensen-Jerry Smith (TE/WR), Redskins, 1965-74 43Peyton Manning-Dallas Clark, Colts, 2003-09 41John Elway-Shannon Sharpe, Broncos, 1990-98 41Dan Fouts-Kellen Winslow, Chargers, 1979-87 41

    CLARK AMONG TEs IN 2009CATEGORY TOTAL AFC/NFL

    Receptions 100 1/1

    Rec. Yards 1106 2/2

    Touchdowns 10 1/3

    25+Yard Rec. 6 3t/7t

    MOST TE RECEIVING YARDS SINCE 2007

    PLAYER Rec.Jason Witten 3,127Tony Gonzalez 3,097Antonio Gates 2,845Dallas Clark 2,570Kellen Winslow 2,418

    MOST PROLIFIC ACTIVE QB-TE TD DUOs

    Peyton Manning-Dallas Clark, Colts, 2003-09 41

    Philip Rivers-Antonio Gates, Chargers, 2004-09 32

  • DEFENSIVE ENDS DWIGHT FREENEY AND ROBERT MATHISDE-Dwight Freeney, the Colts career sacks leader with 84.0, led the NFL

    with 16 sacks in 2004, becoming the Colts first NFL sack leader. Freeneysurpassed Duane Bicketts franchise mark (50 sacks). Freeney has 36 careerFF. He owns five three-sack games and a career-best nine-game sack streak,and shares the NFL record with Robert Mathis with eight consecutive gameswith a sack to start a season. The club is 51-11 when he has a sack and 23-5when he has a FF. He has 20 multiple-sack games and 6 multiple-FF games.

    DE-Robert Mathis has 63.0 career sacks (2nd in club history) and 35FF. In 2005, he recorded a sack in 11 of 13 games and set an NFL recordwith sacks in eight consecutive games to start a season. He has 15 mul-

    tiple-sack games in his career and three 3+-sack games. He had a streakof three consecutive multiple-sack games at San Diego 11/23/08, atCleveland 11/30 and vs. Cincinnati 12/7. He earned AFC DefensivePlayer-of-the-Week honors with two sacks and a 37t FR at Cleveland.

    COLTS 10+-SACK SEASONS - 15 TOTAL (SINCE 1982)Dwight Freeney, DE 16.0 2004Dwight Freeney, DE 13.5* 2009Dwight Freeney, DE 13.0 2002Chad Bratzke, DE 12.0 1999Robert Mathis, DE 11.5 2008Robert Mathis, DE 11.5 2005Johnie Cooks, LB 11.5 1984Dwight Freeney, DE 11.0 2003Dwight Freeney, DE 11.0 2005Vernon Maxwell, LB 11.0 1983Robert Mathis, DE 10.5 2004Tony Bennett, LB 10.5 1995Dan Footman, DE 10.5 1997Dwight Freeney, DE 10.5 2008Jon Hand, DE 10.0 1989

    MOST FORCED FUMBLES IN NFL SINCE 2002Dwight Freeney 36Robert Mathis 35Jason Taylor 34L.Little/J.Peppers 30

    MOST SACKS IN NFL SINCE 2002Jason Taylor 88.0Dwight Freeney 84.0

    OFFENSIVE LINE

    The offensive line play has helped the club have 12 consecutive seasonswith 5,000+ net yards offense, while the six-best ratios of sacks per passplays in the club's 57-year history have been accomplished since 1998: 1sack for 47.2 pass plays in 2009 (614 pass plays, 13 sacks); 1 sack for 42.8pass plays in 2008 (599 pass plays, 14 sacks); 1 for 40.0 in 1999 (560 passplays, 14 sacks), 1 for 38.6 in 2004 (541 pass plays, 14 sacks), 1 for 38.1in 2006 (572, 15), 1 for 30.9 in 2003 (588, 19), 1 for 29.6 in 2000 (591, 20),1 for 26.7 in 2002 (614, 23) and 1 for 27.2 in 1998 (598, 22).

    COLTS AFC/NFL RANK IN SACKS ALLOWED 1998-2009

    Sacks AFC NFL Attempts Ratio1998 22 1 2 598 1/27.2 1999 14 1 1 560 1/40.02000 20 1t 1t 591 1/29.62001 30 6 10 587 1/19.62002 23 2 4 614 1/26.72003 19 1 3 588 1/30.92004 14 1 1t 541 1/38.62005 20 1 1 535 1/26.82006 15 1 1 572 1/38.12007 23 5 7 574 1/25.02008 14 3 4 599 1/42.82009 13 1 1 614 1/47.2

    YEAR TEAM COACH. POS. YDS/GAME RANK PTS/GAME RANK2000 DEN Linebackers 346.5 24 22.7 232001 DEN Linebackers 298.4 8 21.2 212002 DEN Linebackers 301.6 6 21.1 152003 DEN Def. Coord. 277.1 4 18.8 92004 DEN Def. Coord. 278.7 4 19.0 9t2005 DEN Def. Coord. 312.9 15 16.1 3t2006 DEN Def. Coord. 326.4 14 19.1 8t2007 TB DL/Asst. HC 278.2 2 16.9 32008 TB DL/Asst. HC 306.1 9 20.2 102009 COLTS Def. Coord. 339.2 18 19.2 8

    LARRY COYERS DEFENSES SINCE 2000

    Colts Defensive Coordinator Larry Coyer is in his first season with the club. Prior to being named to the position with the Colts, Coyer spent2000-02 as Linebackers Coach and 2003-06 as Defensive Coordinator with the Denver Broncos. In 2007, he served as Defensive Line/Asst. HeadCoach with Tampa Bay and was Asst. Head Coach in 2008. Since 2000, six of the 10 defenses Coyer has been with have finished in the Top 10 inNFL defense, and the last seven have ranked in the Top 10 in scoring defense.

    NFL SACK DIFFERENTIAL SINCE 1998TEAM SACKS SACKS ALLOWED DIFF.COLTS 436 227 +209Tennessee 464 337 +127Green Bay 468 346 +122Miami 506 393 +113Denver 455 349 +106

    MOST SACKS IN FIRST EIGHT SEASONS IN NFL HISTORY

    PLAYER SACKS1. Reggie White 1242. Derrick Thomas 983. Richard Dent 93

    Leslie ONeal 93Simeon Rice 93

    6. Bruce Smith 927. Lawrence Taylor** 898. John Randle 85.59. Dwight Freeney 84

  • KICKER ADAM VINATIERIAMONG THE BEST EVER: K-Adam Vinatieri holds a career 82.0 field goal percentage on 338-412 FGs.

    Opponents Home (With Patriots) Home (With Colts) Home (Total) Road TotalFG-FGA FG-FGA FG-FGA FG-FGA FG-FGA

    Buffalo 18-28 1-1 19-29 11-19 30-48Miami 20-23 2-2 22-25 14-16 36-41New England 0-0 3-4 3-4 2-4 5-8New York Jets 16-17 1-1 17-18 18-20 35-38

    Baltimore 5-5 1-1 6-6 3-3 9-9Cincinnati 3-3 2-2 5-5 1-1 6-6Cleveland 5-8 0-0 5-8 4-6 9-14Pittsburgh 3-3 0-0 3-3 9-10 12-13

    Houston 0-0 8-8 8-8 8-11 16-19Indianapolis 14-15 0-0 14-15 11-11 25-26Jacksonville 7-8 0-1 7-9 8-10 15-19Tennessee 3-5 4-4 7-9 5-7 12-16

    Denver 2-3 1-1 3-4 13-16 16-20Kansas City 9-10 2-4 11-14 3-5 14-19Oakland 1-1 0-0 1-1 4-5 5-6San Diego 6-8 0-0 6-8 4-7 10-15

    Dallas 4-4 0-0 4-4 2-2 6-6New York Giants 4-5 0-0 4-5 5-5 9-10Philadelphia 0-0 1-1 1-1 4-5 5-6Washington 3-4 3-3 6-7 1-2 7-9

    Chicago 1-1 2-2 3-3 5-5 8-8Detroit 0-0 1-1 1-1 5-5 6-6Green Bay 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-1 2-3Minnesota 1-2 0-0 1-2 3-4 4-6

    Atlanta 1-1 0-0 1-1 3-3 4-4Carolina 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 3-3New Orleans 1-2 2-2 3-4 3-3 6-7Tampa Bay 1-2 2-2 3-4 0-0 3-4

    Arizona 1-2 0-0 1-2 4-5 5-7St. Louis 1-1 0-0 1-1 8-8 9-9San Francisco 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2Seattle 3-3 2-2 3-3 0-0 3-3

    Totals 136-168 38-42 174-210 164-202 338-412Percentage 81.0 90.5 82.9 81.2 82.0

    VINATIERI VS. INDIVIDUAL OPPONENTS

    Opponents 0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Totals Pct.Home (w/ Patriots) 3-3 53-54 39-47 36-56 5-8 136-168 81.0Home (w/ Colts) 2-2 10-10 19-20 6- 7 1-3 38- 42 90.5Away 4-4 63-67 50-63 43-57 4-11 164-202 81.2Totals 9-9 126-131 108-130 85-120 10-22 338-412 82.0

    VINATIERI 2ND-FASTEST TO 300 CAREER FGSFEWEST GAMES TO 300 CAREER MADE FIELD GOALS

    GAMES PLAYER177 Jason Elam179 Adam Vinatieri188 John Carney

  • VINATIERIS GAME-WINNING FIELD GOALS (22)Victories in which Vinatieri has kicked game-winning field goals in final minute of 4th quarter or overtime

    OPPONENT DATE YARDS TIME LEFT FINAL SCOREvs. Jacksonville 9/22/96 40 12:24 28-25 OTvs. NY Jets 9/14/97 34 06:57 27-24 OTat New Orleans 10/ 4/98 27 00:03 30-27vs. San Francisco 12/20/98 35 00:03 24-21at NY Jets 9/12/99 23 00:03 30-28vs. Indianapolis 9/19/99 26 00:35 31-28vs. Cincinnati 11/19/00 22 00:03 16-13at Buffalo 12/17/00 24 00:19 13-10 OTvs. San Diego 10/14/01 44 10:55 29-26 OTat Buffalo 12/16/01 23 09:15 12- 9 OTvs. Oakland 1/19/02 23 06:31 16-13 OTvs. St. Louis 2/ 3/02 48 00:00 20-17+vs. Kansas City 9/22/02 35 10:20 41-38 OTvs. Miami 12/29/02 35 12:57 27-24 OTat Houston 11/23/03 28 00:40 23-20 OTvs. Carolina 2/ 1/04 41 00:04 32-29#at Pittsburgh 9/25/05 43 00:01 23-20vs. Atlanta 10/ 9/05 29 00:17 31-28at Denver 10/29/06 37 00:02 34-31vs. Kansas City 11/18/07 24 00:03 13-10at Minnesota 9/14/08 47 00:03 18-15at San Diego 11/23/08 51 00:00 23-20

    *all FGs 1996-2005 came while with New England +Super Bowl XXXVI #Super Bowl XXXVIII

    YEAR POINTS1996- 1201997- 1151998- 1271999- 1072000- 106

    YEAR POINTS2001- 1132002- 1172003- 1122004- 1412005- 100

    YEAR POINTS2006- 1132007- 1182008- 1032009- 38

    VINATIERI POSTS 13 CONSECUTIVE 100+-POINT SEASONS

    KICKER ADAM VINATIERI RANKS AMONG NFLS BEST

    NFLS MOST ACCURATE KICKERS IN THE REGULAR SEASON (Minimum 100 FGM)Pct. Name Team FGM FGA87.2 Nate Kaeding San Diego 150 172

    *86.5 Mike Vanderjagt Dallas 230 26685.9 Robbie Gould Chicago 134 15685.2 Shayne Graham Cincinnati 196 23085.1 Stephen Gostkowski New England 103 12184.5 Rob Bironas Tennessee 136 161

    *83.7 Matt Stover COLTS 471 56383.3 Phil Dawson Cleveland 229 27583.3 Jeff Reed Pittsburgh 189 22783.0 Ryan Longwell Minnesota 322 388

    *82.4 John Carney New Orleans 473 57482.0 Adam Vinatieri COLTS 338 412

    *81.9 Jeff Wilkins St. Louis 307 37581.8 Jason Hanson Detroit 427 52281.6 Jay Feely NY Jets 231 28381.6 David Akers Philadelphia 262 32181.6 John Kasay Carolina 408 50081.5 Matt Bryant Atlanta 145 17881.2 Olindo Mare Seattle 303 37381.0 Josh Brown St. Louis 166 20581.0 Lawrence Tynes NY Giants 119 14780.9 Rian Lindell Buffalo 233 288

    *80.7 Jason Elam Atlanta 436 540*80.2 Doug Brien Chicago 207 25880.1 Joe Nedney San Francisco 245 306

    * Denotes now inactive

  • INSIDE THE NUMBERS...WHERE THE COLTS RANKED IN 2009

    Player Category 2009 AFC/NFLReggie Wayne Receptions 100 4t/5tReggie Wayne Rec. Yards 1,264 3t/5tReggie Wayne TD Receptions 10 2t/7tReggie Wayne 1st Downs 73 5/7Reggie Wayne Rec. 1st Downs 73 1/1Reggie Wayne 3rd Down Receptions 29 2/3Reggie Wayne 3rd Down Rec. Yards 397 1/3Dallas Clark Receptions 100 4t/5tDallas Clark Rec. Yards 1,106 10/16Dallas Clark TD Receptions 10 2t/7tDallas Clark 3rd Down Receptions 28 3/4Joseph Addai Points/Nonkickers 78 7/8tJoseph Addai Rushing TDs 10 7/9tAntoine Bethea Interceptions 4 10t/23tDwight Freeney Sacks 13.5 2t/3tRobert Mathis Sacks 9.5 6t/14tPat McAfee Touchbacks 21 2t/6tColts Opps Avg. Start KOs 25.1 2/7

    MOST FIELD GOALS MADE IN NFLName Team FGM Morten Anderson Atlanta 565Gary Anderson Tennessee 538John Carney New Orleans 473Matt Stover COLTS 471Jason Elam Atlanta 436Jason Hanson Detroit 427John Kasay Carolina 408Nick Lowery Kansas City 383Jan Stenerud Minnesota 373Norm Johnson Philadelphia 366Eddie Murray Washington 352Al Del Greco Tennessee 347Adam Vinatieri COLTS 338

    MOST KICKING POINTS SCORED IN NFLPts. Name Team FGM PATs 2544 Morten Anderson Atlanta 565 8492434 Gary Anderson Tennessee 538 8202044 John Carney New Orleans 473 6252004 Matt Stover COLTS 471 5911983 Jason Elam Atlanta 436 6751947 George Blanda Oakland 335 9421835 Jason Hanson Detroit 427 5541736 Norm Johnson Philadelphia 366 6381731 John Kasay Carolina 408 5071711 Nick Lowery Kansas City 383 5621699 Jan Stenerud Minnesota 373 5801594 Eddie Murray Washington 352 5381584 Al Del Greco Tennessee 347 5431528 Adam Vinatieri COLTS 338 514

  • INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (14-2)Date W/L Score Opponent Attendance

    09/13 W 14-12 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 65,75709/21 W 27-23 at Miami Dolphins 66,22709/27 W 31-10 at Arizona Cardinals 62,69210/04 W 34-17 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 66,11210/11 W 31-9 at Tennessee Titans 69,14310/25 W 42-6 at. St. Louis Rams 60,10811/01 W 18-14 SAN FRANCISCO 49ers 66,22911/08 W 20-17 HOUSTON TEXANS 66,03311/15 W 35-34 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 67,47611/22 W 17-15 at Baltimore Ravens 71,32011/29 W 35-27 at Houston Texans 70,99012/06 W 27-17 TENNESSEE TITANS 66,32112/13 W 28-16 DENVER BRONCOS 67,24812/17 W 35-31 at Jacksonville Jaguars 63,75312/27 L 15-29 NEW YORK JETS 67,22201/03 L 7-30 at Buffalo Bills 69,848

    TEAM STATISTICS COLTS OPPONENTSTOTAL FIRST DOWNS 339 320Rushing 69 106Passing 241 203Penalty 29 11

    3rd Down: Made/Att. 95/193 (49.2%) 104/231 (45.0%)4th Down: Made/Att. 5/11 (45.5%) 6/19 (31.6%)

    Possession Avg. 27:40 32:30TOTAL NET YARDS 5809 5427

    Avg. Per Game 363.1 339.2Total Plays 980 1084Avg. Per Play 5.9 5.0

    NET YARDS RUSHING 1294 2024Avg. Per Game 80.9 126.5Total Rushes 366 467

    NET YARDS PASSING 4515 3403Avg. Per Game 282.2 212.7Sacks/Yards Lost 13/90 34/228Gross Yards 4605 3631Attempts/Completions 601/402 (66.9%) 583/372 (63.8%)Had Intercepted 19 16

    PUNTS/AVERAGE 64/44.3 65/44.4NET PUNTING AVERAGE 64/37.8 65/40.5PENALTIES/YARDS 74/546 92/889FUMBLES/LOST 11/5 20/10TOUCHDOWNS(Run/Pass/Ret) 53 (16/34/3) 31 (10/19/2)

    SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTSColts 96 147 58 115 0 416Opponents 66 105 52 84 0 307

    SCORING TD RU PA RET K-PAT FG S PTSJoseph Addai 13 10 3 0 0 78Dallas Clark 10 0 10 0 0 60Matt Stover 0 0 0 0 33/33 9/11 0 60Reggie Wayne 10 0 10 0 0 60Austin Collie 7 0 7 0 0 42Adam Vinatieri 0 0 0 0 17/18 7/9 0 38Pierre Garcon 4 0 4 0 0 24Donald Brown 3 3 0 0 0 18Chad Simpson 3 2 0 1 0 18Jacob Lacey 1 0 0 1 0 6Clint Session 1 0 0 1 0 6

    Colts 53 16 34 3 50/51 16/20 0 416Opponents 31 10 19 2 27/27 30/36 0 307Safeties: Colts: 0, Opponents 02-PT. Conversions: Colts 0/2, Opponents 2/4Sacks: Colts 34.0, Opp. 13.0FUM/LOST: Manning 2/0, Painter 2/2, Addai 1/1, Brown 1/0, Clark 1/0, Garcon 1/0, Jennings 1/1, Santi 1/1, Silva 1/0

    RUSHING NO. YDS. AVG. LONG TDJoseph Addai 219 828 3.8 21t 10Donald Brown 78 281 3.6 45 3Chad Simpson 15 102 6.8 31t 2Mike Hart 26 70 2.7 15 1Dallas Clark 2 11 5.5 7 0Pierre Garcon 2 10 5.0 17 0Curtis Painter 3 4 1.3 10 0Austin Collie 2 1 0.5 2 0Peyton Manning 19 -13 -.7 3 0Colts 366 1294 3.5 45 16Opponents 467 2024 4.3 64t 10

    RECEIVING NO. YDS. AVG. LONG TDReggie Wayne 100 1264 12.6 65t 10Dallas Clark 100 1106 11.1 80t 10Austin Collie 60 676 11.3 39t 7Joseph Addai 51 336 6.6 25 3Pierre Garcon 47 765 16.3 66 4Donald Brown 11 169 15.4 72 0Gijon Robinson 9 62 6.9 19 0Tom Santi 8 107 13.4 31 0Mike Hart 5 54 10.8 14 0Hank Baskett 4 28 7.0 9 0Jacob Tamme 3 35 11.7 21 0Chad Simpson 3 1 0.3 5 0Colin Cloherty 1 2 2.0 2 0Colts 402 4605 11.5 80t 34Opponents 372 3631 9.8 63t 19

    INTERCEPTIONS NO. YDS. AVG. LONG TDAntoine Bethea 4 19 4.8 19 0Jacob Lacey 3 53 17.7 35t 1Clint Session 2 35 17.5 27t 1Tim Jennings 2 13 6.5 13 0Bob Sanders 1 29 29.0 29 0Gary Brackett 1 8 8.0 8 0Kelvin Hayden 1 6 6.0 6 0Marlin Jackson 1 3 3.0 3 0Jerraud Powers 1 1 1.0 1 0Colts 16 167 10.4 35t 2Opponents 19 229 12.1 42 0

    PUNTING NO. YDS. AVG. NET TB IN LG BPat McAfee 64 2837 44.3 37.8 6 21 60 0Colts 64 2837 44.3 37.8 6 20 60 0Opponents 65 2883 44.4 40.5 5 25 59 0

    PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YDS. AVG. LONG TDTJ Rushing 21 22 119 5.7 22 0Jamie Silva 7 1 32 4.6 7 0Tim Jennings 1 0 0 0.0 0 0Colts 29 23 151 5.2 22 0Opponents 36 15 301 8.4 69 0

    KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YDS. AVG. LONG TDChad Simpson 38 898 23.6 93t 1TJ Rushing 7 127 18.1 22 0Sam Giguere 5 122 24.4 36 0Donald Brown 1 21 21.0 21 0Austin Collie 1 8 8.0 8 0Keyunta Dawson 1 14 14.0 14 0Gijon Robinson 1 10 10.0 10 0Jamie Silva 1 19 19.0 19 0Colts 55 1219 22.2 93t 1Opponents 60 1519 25.3 106t 1

    FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+Matt Stover 0/0 2/2 5/6 2/2 0/1Adam Vinatieri 1/1 3/3 1/2 2/2 0/1Colts 1/1 5/5 6/8 4/4 0/2Opponents 0/0 4/4 13/14 11/14 2/4Stover: () () () () () () (38G, 33G, 31G, 40G) (22G, 37G) () (25G) (32N) (43G, 52N, 36G) () () () ()Vinatieri: (52N) (43G, 48G) (32N, 26G) (37G, 19G) (23G) () () () () () () () () () (22G) ()Colts: (52N) (43G, 48G) (32N, 26G) (37G, 19G) (23G) () (38G, 33G, 31G, 40G) (22G, 37G) () (25G) (32N) (43G, 52N, 36G) () () (22) ()Opponents: (24G, 46G, 63N) (45G, 44G, 49N, 45G) (38G) (38G) (49G, 43G, 46G) (30G,45G) () (56G, 42N) (31G, 36G) (46G, 44G, 38G, 30N, 20G) (35G, 33G) (20G) (42N, 28G) (50G, 57N) (35G, 43G) (31G, 33G, 36G)

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 2009 STATISTICS

    PASSING ATT COMP YDS COMP% YDS/ATT TD TD% INT INT% LONG SACK/LOST RATINGPeyton Manning 571 393 4500 68.8% 7.88 33 5.8% 16 2.8% 80t 10/74 99.9Curtis Painter 28 8 83 28.6% 2.96 0 0.0% 2 7.1% 22 3/16 9.8Joseph Addai 1 1 22 100.0 % 22.00 1 100.0% 0 0.0 % 22t 0/0 158.3Reggie Wayne 1 0 0 0.0 % 0.00 0 0.0 % 1 100.0% ---- 0/0 0.0Colts 601 402 4605 66.9% 7.66 34 5.7% 19 3.2% 80t 13/90 95.4Opponents 583 372 3631 63.8% 6.23 19 3.3% 16 2.7% 63t 34/228 80.6

  • INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (2-1)Date W/L Score Opponent Attendance

    01/16 W 20-3 BALTIMORE RAVENS 67,53501/24 W 30-17 NEW YORK JETS 67,65002/07 L 17-31 New Orleans Saints (Miami, FL) 74,059

    TEAM STATISTICS COLTS OPPONENTSTOTAL FIRST DOWNS 72 49Rushing 14 9Passing 51 39Penalty 7 1

    3rd Down: Made/Att. 16/39 (41.0%) 14/36 (38.9%)4th Down: Made/Att. 2/3 (66.7%) 0/3 (0.0%)

    Possession Avg. 31:44 28:16TOTAL NET YARDS 1168 990

    Avg. Per Game 389.3 330.0Total Plays 200 173Avg. Per Play 5.8 5.7

    NET YARDS RUSHING 242 224Avg. Per Game 80.7 74.7Total Rushes 68 66

    NET YARDS PASSING 926 766Avg. Per Game 308.7 255.3Sacks/Yards Lost 4/30 2/13Gross Yards 956 779Attempts/Completions 128/87 (68.0%) 105/70 (66.7%)Had Intercepted 2 3

    PUNTS/AVERAGE 12/45.8 11/48.2NET PUNTING AVERAGE 12/42.8 11/43.4PENALTIES/YARDS 10/75 16/129FUMBLES/LOST 2/1 3/2TOUCHDOWNS(Run/Pass/Ret) 7 (1/6/0) 5 (0/4/1)

    SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTSColts 13 27 14 13 0 67Opponents 3 23 10 15 0 51

    SCORING TD RU PA RET K-PAT FG S PTSMatt Stover 0 0 0 0 7/7 6/7 0 25Austin Collie 2 0 2 0 0 12Pierre Garcon 2 0 2 0 0 12Joseph Addai 1 1 0 0 0 6Dallas Clark 1 0 1 0 0 6Reggie Wayne 1 0 1 0 0 6

    Colts 7 1 6 0 7/7 6/7 0 67Opponents 5 0 4 1 4/4 5/7 0 51Safeties: Colts: 0, Opponents 02-PT. Conversions: Colts 0/0, Opponents 1/1Sacks: Colts 2.0, Opp. 4.0FUM/LOST: Addai 1/1, Wayne 1/0

    RUSHING NO. YDS. AVG. LONG TDJoseph Addai 40 180 4.5 26 1Donald Brown 16 46 2.9 13 0Mike Hart 9 18 2.0 4 0Peyton Manning 3 -2 -.7 0 0

    Colts 68 242 3.6 26 1Opponents 66 224 3.4 20 0

    RECEIVING NO. YDS. AVG. LONG TDPierre Garcon 21 251 12.0 36 2Dallas Clark 18 180 10.0 27 1Austin Collie 17 241 14.2 46 2Reggie Wayne 16 164 10.3 25 1Joseph Addai 11 85 7.7 17 0Donald Brown 3 26 8.7 11 0Mike Hart 1 9 9.0 9 0

    Colts 87 956 11.0 46 6Opponents 70 779 11.1 80t 4

    INTERCEPTIONS NO. YDS. AVG. LONG TD

    Kelvin Hayden 1 3 3.0 3 0Antoine Bethea 1 0 0.0 0 0Jerraud Powers 1 0 0.0 0 0

    Colts 3 3 1.0 3 0Opponents 2 112 56.0 74t 1

    PUNTING NO. YDS. AVG. NET TB IN LG BPat McAfee 12 550 45.8 42.8 1 3 56 0Colts 12 550 45.8 42.8 1 3 56 0Opponents 11 530 48.2 43.4 1 4 61 0

    PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YDS. AVG. LONG TDTJ Rushing 6 0 33 5.5 11 0

    Colts 6 0 33 5.5 11 0Opponents 4 7 16 4.0 12 0

    KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YDS. AVG. LONG TDChad Simpson 9 208 23.1 33 0

    Colts 9 208 23.1 33 0Opponents 13 316 24.3 34 0

    FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+Matt Stover 1/1 2/2 2/2 1/1 0/1Colts 1/1 2/2 1/1 1/1 0/1Opponents 0/0 1/1 0/0 4/5 0/1Stover: (44G, 33G) (25G, 19G, 21G) (38G, 51N) Colts: (44G, 33G) (25G, 19G, 21G) (38G, 51N)Opponents: (25G) (44N, 48G, 52N) (46G, 44G, 47G)

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 2009 POST-SEASON STATISTICS

    PASSING ATT COMP YDS COMP% YDS/ATT TD TD% INT INT% LONG SACK/LOST RATINGPeyton Manning 128 87 956 68.0% 7.47 6 4.7% 2 1.6% 46 4/30 99.0Colts 128 87 956 68.0% 7.47 6 4.7% 2 1.6% 46 4/30 99.0Opponents 105 70 779 66.7% 7.42 4 3.8% 3 2.9% 80t 2/13 89.3

  • DEFENSIVE SPECIAL TEAMS QUARTERBACK PASSES MISC BLK KICKPLAYER Total Solo Asst. Total Solo Asst. Sack-Yds. PR Int.-Yds PD B FF FR S FG PAT PUNT

    Antoine Bethea 120 75 45 1 4-19 4 2 1Gary Brackett 115 81 34 1.0- 7.0 7 1- 8 3 1Clint Session 104 78 26 2 1 1 0.5- 5.0 2 2-35 2 1Melvin Bullitt 82 55 27 5 5 0 1 1 1Jacob Lacey 78 63 15 11 9 2 3-53 13Jerraud Powers 71 56 15 1 1 0 1- 1 9 1 1Daniel Muir 66 54 12 0.5- 5.0 6Kelvin Hayden 59 47 12 1- 6 5Antonio Johnson 57 37 20 1.0- 3.0 2Tim Jennings 56 41 15 8 6 2 2-13 10Philip Wheeler 52 34 18 12 6 6 1.0- 0.0 1 1Raheem Brock 43 33 10 3.5- 31.5 4 2Eric Foster 43 33 10 1 1 0 2.5- 19.0 12 1 1 1Robert Mathis 39 29 10 9.5- 57.0 23 1 5Tyjuan Hagler 36 18 18 3Dwight Freeney 31 24 7 13.5- 95.5 20 1 1Freddy Keiaho 26 17 9 14 7 7 1.0- 5.0 2 1 2Ramon Humber 22 10 12 17 10 7 1Jamie Silva 17 12 5 15 8 7Fili Moala 17 10 7Keyunta Dawson 15 11 4 7 3 4 1 1Ervin Baldwin 14 8 6 1Aaron Francisco 11 7 4 11 7 4Ed Johnson 9 8 1Marlin Jackson 9 7 2 1 1- 3 1Jordan Senn 7 5 2 1 1 0Bob Sanders 6 2 4 1-29Josh Thomas 5 4 1John Gill 5 2 3Cody Glenn 1 1 0 6 6 0Devon Hall 1 1 0 2 2 0T.J. Rushing 1 1 0 3 3 0Jacob Tamme 13 8 5Justin Snow 7 4 3Pat McAfee 4 4 0Chad Simpson 3 2 1Mike Hart 2 2 0Anthony Madison 2 1 1Hank Baskett 1 0 1

    COLTS 2009 DEFENSIVE AND SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS

    Joseph Addai (uh-DIE)Antoine Bethea (buh-THAY)Tom Brandstater (brand-state-er)Kavell (Kuh-VELL) ConnerKeyunta (key-UN-tay) DawsonKyle DeVan (duh-VAN)Ryan Diem (DEEM)Pierre Garcon (gar-SOHN)Sam Giguere (jee-GAIR)Dudley Guice (GICE, like NICE)Ramon Humber (HUM-ber)Javarris (juh-VAR-is) James

    Jeff Linkenbach (LINK-en-bok)Pat McAfee (MAC-uh-fee)Jacques (JOCK) McClendonFili (FEE-lee) Moala (Muh-wa-luh)Jerraud (juh-ROD) PowersGijon (JEE-ON) RobinsonJacob Tamme (Tammy)Jaimie (Jamey) ThomasVuna (VOONA) Tuihalamaka (Too-ee-hah-lah-MAH-kah)Andrew Tyshovnytsky (tish-ov-NITS-key)Tony Ugoh (YOU-go)Adam Vinatieri (Vin-uh-TERRY)

    PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

  • DEFENSIVE SPECIAL TEAMS QUARTERBACK PASSES MISC BLK KICKPLAYER Total Solo Asst. Total Solo Asst. Sack-Yds. PR Int.-Yds PD B FF FR S FG PAT PUNT

    Gary Brackett 26 22 4 1.0-6.0 1 2Kelvin Hayden 18 16 2 1-3 2 1Clint Session 16 10 6 1 1Jacob Lacey 15 14 1 3 2 1 1Dan Muir 13 9 4Antoine Bethea 12 11 1 1-0 2Melvin Bullitt 10 10 0 2Robert Mathis 8 5 3 1Raheem Brock 8 5 3 1 1 1Dwight Freeney 8 4 4 1.0-7.0 3Eric Foster 6 5 1Philip Wheeler 6 4 2 1Jerraud Powers 5 4 1 1-0 1Tim Jennings 4 4 0 3 2 1Antonio Johnson 3 2 1Keyunta Dawson 2 0 2 2 0 2Jamie Silva 4 3 1Freddy Keiaho 4 2 2Jacob Tamme 3 2 1Ramon Humber 3 1 2Aaron Francisco 2 2 0Cody Glenn 2 2 0Chad Simpson 1 1 0Justin Snow 1 0 1Pierre Garcon 1

    COLTS 2009 POST-SEASON DEFENSIVE AND SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS

  • OFFENSEWR 87 REGGIE WAYNE (6-0, 198, 10) 17 Austin Collie (6-0, 200, 2) 14 Sam Giguere (5-11, 215, 2)

    15 Blair White (6-2, 205, R) 13 Dudley Guice (6-3, 209, 1)LT 74 CHARLIE JOHNSON (6-4, 305, 5) 67 Tony Ugoh (6-5, 301, 4) 72 Jeff Linkenbach (6-4, 311, R)LG 61 JAMEY RICHARD (6-5, 295, 3) 73 Jaimie Thomas (6-4, 330, 1)C 63 JEFF SATURDAY (6-2, 295, 12) 78 Mike Pollak (6-3, 301, 3)RG 66 KYLE DeVAN (6-2, 306, 2) 65 Jacques McClendon (6-3, 324, R) 64 Andrew Tyshovnytsky (6-4, 317, R)RT 71 RYAN DIEM (6-6, 320, 10) 79 Adam Terry (6-8, 335, 5) 76 Chris Marinelli (6-7, 300, R)

    60 James Williams (6-5, 295, R)TE 44 DALLAS CLARK (6-3, 252, 8) 47 Gijon Robinson (6-1, 255, 3) 84 Jacob Tamme (6-3, 236, 3)

    46 Colin Cloherty (6-2, 245, 1) 81 Brody Eldridge (6-5, 265, R)WR 85 PIERRE GARCON (6-0, 210, 3) 11 Anthony Gonzalez (6-0, 193, 4) 10 Taj Smith (6-0, 192, 1)

    12 Brandon James (5-7, 176, R)QB 18 PEYTON MANNING (6-5, 230, 13) 7 Curtis Painter (6-4, 230, 2) 5 Tom Brandstater (6-5, 222, 2)

    3 Tim Hiller (6-4, 229, R)RB 29 JOSEPH ADDAI (5-11, 214, 5) 31 Donald Brown (5-10, 210, 2) 32 Mike Hart (5-9, 206, 3)

    45 Devin Moore (5-9, 190, 1) 35 Javarris James (6-0, 215, R)H-B 47 GIJON ROBINSON (6-1, 255, 3) 84 Jacob Tamme (6-3, 236, 3)

    DEFENSELE 98 ROBERT MATHIS (6-2, 245, 8) 68 Eric Foster (6-2, 265, 3) 95 Fili Moala (6-4, 303, 2)

    91 Ricardo Mathews (6-3, 294, R) 92 Jerry Hughes (6-2, 255, R)LT 90 DAN MUIR (6-2, 312, 4) 75 Mitch King (6-2, 282, 1) 54 Marlon Favorite (6-1, 317, 1)RT 99 ANTONIO JOHNSON (6-3, 310, 4)RE 93 DWIGHT FREENEY (6-1, 268, 9) 96 Keyunta Dawson (6-3, 254, 4) 97 John Chick (6-4, 250, 1)

    94 Ervin Baldwin (6-2, 260, 2)SLB 50 PHILIP WHEELER (6-2, 240, 3) 49 Vuna Tuihalamaka (6-0, 230, R) 56 Trevor Anderson (6-0, 241, R)MLB 58 GARY BRACKETT (5-11, 235, 8) 52 Cody Glenn (6-0, 240, 2) 51 Pat Angerer (6-0, 235, R)WLB 55 CLINT SESSION (6-0, 235, 4) 59 Ramon Humber (5-11, 232, 2) 53 Kavell Conner (6-0, 242, R)LCB 26 KELVIN HAYDEN (6-0, 195, 6) 27 Jacob Lacey (5-10, 177, 2) 36 Jordan Hemby (5-11, 190, R)

    28 Ray Fisher (5-9, 185, R)RCB 25 JERRAUD POWERS (5-10, 192, 2) 23 Deshea Townsend (5-10, 190, 13) 34 Terrail Lambert (5-10, 190, 1)

    37 Brandon King (5-10, 194, R) 39 Thad Turner (5-11, 188, R)SS 21 BOB SANDERS (5-8, 206, 7) 33 Melvin Bullitt (6-1, 201, 4) 38 Mike Newton (5-10, 197, R)FS 41 ANTOINE BETHEA (5-11, 203, 5) 40 Jamie Silva (5-11, 204, 3) 30 David Caldwell (5-11, 212, R)

    SPECIALISTSP 1 PAT McAFEE (6-1, 220, 2) 6 Garrett Lindholm (5-9, 190, R)K 4 ADAM VINATIERI (6-0, 202, 15) 6 Garrett Lindholm (5-9, 190, R)H 1 PAT McAFEE (6-1, 220, 2) 84 Jacob Tamme (6-3, 236, 3)PR 12 BRANDON JAMES (5-7, 176, R) 11 Anthony Gonzalez (6-0, 193, 4)KR 14 SAM GIGUERE (5-11, 215, 2) 12 Brandon James (5-7, 176, R)PC 48 JUSTIN SNOW (6-3, 240, 11) 84 Jacob Tamme (6-3, 236, 3)KC 48 JUSTIN SNOW (6-3, 240, 11) 84 Jacob Tamme (6-3, 236, 3)

    STARTERS IN CAPS, Rookie and first-year players underlined(Height, Weight, NFL Experience)

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS DEPTH CHART

  • NO NAME POS HT WT BORN EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN ACQ.29 ADDAI, JOSEPH RB 5'11" 214 5/3/83 5 LOUISIANA STATE HOUSTON, TX D1-0656 ANDERSON, TREVOR LB 6'0" 241 1/13/87 R MICHIGAN STATE DETROIT, MI FA-1051 ANGERER, PAT LB 6'0" 235 1/31/87 R IOWA BETTENDORF, IA D2-1094 BALDWIN, ERVIN DE 6'2" 260 8/25/86 2 MICHIGAN STATE OGLETHORPE, GA FA-0941 BETHEA, ANTOINE DB 5'11" 203 7/27/84 5 HOWARD NEWPORT NEWS, VA D6b-0658 BRACKETT, GARY LB 5'11" 235 5/23/80 8 RUTGERS GLASSBORO, NJ FA-035 BRANDSTATER, TOM QB 6'5" 222 10/21/84 2 FRESNO STATE TURLOCK, CA W-10 (DEN)

    31 BROWN, DONALD RB 5'10" 210 4/11/87 2 CONNECTICUT ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ D1-0933 BULLITT, MELVIN DB 6'1" 201 11/13/84 4 TEXAS A&M BRYAN, TX FA-0730 CALDWELL, DAVID DB 5'11" 212 5/19/87 R WILLIAM & MARY MONTCLAIR, NJ FA-1097 CHICK, JOHN DE 6'4" 250 11/20/82 1 UTAH STATE GILLETTE, WY FA-1044 CLARK, DALLAS TE 6'3" 252 6/12/79 8 IOWA LIVERMORE, IA D1-0346 CLOHERTY, COLIN TE 6'2" 245 9/16/87 1 BROWN BETHESDA, MD FA-0917 COLLIE, AUSTIN WR 6'0" 200 11/11/85 2 BRIGHAM YOUNG EL DORADO HILLS, CA D4a-0953 CONNER, KAVELL LB 6'0" 242 2/23/87 R CLEMSON RICHMOND, VA D7b-1096 DAWSON, KEYUNTA DE 6'3" 254 9/13/85 4 TEXAS TECH SHREVEPORT, LA D7-0766 DeVAN, KYLE OG 6'2" 306 2/10/85 2 OREGON STATE VACAVILLE, CA FA-0971 DIEM, RYAN OT 6'6" 320 7/1/79 10 NORTHERN ILLINOIS CAROL STREAM, IL D4-0181 ELDRIDGE, BRODY TE 6'5" 265 3/31/87 R OKLAHOMA LA CYGNE, KS D5-1054 FAVORITE, MARLON DT 6'1" 317 6/22/86 1 LOUISIANA STATE HARVEY, LA FA-1028 FISHER, RAY DB 5'9" 185 9/12/87 R INDIANA CLEVELAND, OH D7c-1068 FOSTER, ERIC DT 6'2" 265 4/5/85 3 RUTGERS HOMESTEAD, FL FA-0893 FREENEY, DWIGHT DE 6'1" 268 2/19/80 9 SYRACUSE HARTFORD, CT D1-0285 GARCON, PIERRE WR 6'0" 210 8/8/86 3 MOUNT UNION WEST PALM BEACH, FL D6d-0814 GIGUERE, SAM WR 5'11" 215 7/11/85 2 SHERBROOKE SHERBROOKE, QUEBEC FA-0952 GLENN, CODY LB 6'0" 240 10/6/86 2 NEBRASKA RUSK, TX FA-0911 GONZALEZ, ANTHONY WR 6'0" 193 9/18/84 4 OHIO STATE CLEVELAND, OH D1-0713 GUICE, DUDLEY WR 6'3" 209 5/28/86 1 NORTHWESTERN STATE FAYETTE, MS FA-1032 HART, MIKE RB 5'9" 206 4/9/86 3 MICHIGAN SYRACUSE, NY D6c-0826 HAYDEN, KELVIN DB 6'0" 195 7/23/83 6 ILLINOIS CHICAGO, IL D2-0536 HEMBY, JORDAN DB 5'11 190 7/21/87 R NORTH CAROLINA MORGANTON, N.C. FA-103 HILLER, TIM QB 6'4" 229 12/13/86 R WESTERN MICHIGAN PARMA, OH FA-10

    92 HUGHES, JERRY DE 6'2" 255 8/13/88 R TEXAS CHRISTIAN SUGAR LAND, TX D1-1059 HUMBER, RAMON LB 5'11" 232 8/10/87 2 NORTH DAKOTA STATE BROOKLYN PARK, MN FA-0912 JAMES, BRANDON KR 5'7" 176 12/21/87 R FLORIDA ST.