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2011 Indianapolis Colts Schedule

The 2011 Indianapolis Colts schedule produced a record of 2 wins and 14 losses, and they did not make the postseason. They had regular season wins against the Texans and Titans and losses against the Ravens, Bengals, Texans, Falcons, Panthers, Browns, Jaguars, Chiefs, Steelers, Patriots, Saints, Buccaneers and Titans. View the 2011 Colts complete schedule game by game.
2011 Indianapolis Colts Preseason Schedule
1 Indianapolis Colts 10 @ St. Louis Rams 33 Game Stats
2 Washington Redskins 16 @ Indianapolis Colts 3 Game Stats
3 Green Bay Packers 24 @ Indianapolis Colts 21 Game Stats
4 Indianapolis Colts 17 @ Cincinnati Bengals 13 Game Stats
2011 Indianapolis Colts Schedule (Record: 2 - 14 - 0)
1 Indianapolis Colts 7 @ Houston Texans 34 Game Stats
2 Cleveland Browns 27 @ Indianapolis Colts 19 Game Stats
3 Pittsburgh Steelers 23 @ Indianapolis Colts 20 Game Stats
4 Indianapolis Colts 17 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24 Game Stats
5 Kansas City Chiefs 28 @ Indianapolis Colts 24 Game Stats
6 Indianapolis Colts 17 @ Cincinnati Bengals 27 Game Stats
7 Indianapolis Colts 7 @ New Orleans Saints 62 Game Stats
8 Indianapolis Colts 10 @ Tennessee Titans 27 Game Stats
9 Atlanta Falcons 31 @ Indianapolis Colts 7 Game Stats
10 Jacksonville Jaguars 17 @ Indianapolis Colts 3 Game Stats
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12 Carolina Panthers 27 @ Indianapolis Colts 19 Game Stats
13 Indianapolis Colts 24 @ New England Patriots 31 Game Stats
14 Indianapolis Colts 10 @ Baltimore Ravens 24 Game Stats
15 Tennessee Titans 13 @ Indianapolis Colts 27 Game Stats
16 Houston Texans 16 @ Indianapolis Colts 19 Game Stats
17 Indianapolis Colts 13 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 19 Game Stats
 
 
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