- SKU: 8042183
- Release Date: 11/07/2006
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- The History of the Baltimore Colts:
- NFL's greatest games: 1958 championship
- Johnny Unitas
- Raymond Berry
- Mike Curtis
- 1967 Colts
- Memorial stadium
- John Mackey
- "Big Daddy" Lipscomb
- Jim Parker
- Jimmy Orr
- The History of the Indianapolis Colts:
- The Monday night miracle
- Peyton Manning - in their own words
- Jim Mora
- Dwight Freeney's football lesson
- 2005 Colts vs. Rams - Manning and Harrison break the all-time touchdown record
The home video release NFL: History of the Colts jam packs into one program nearly six hours of highlights from the 50+-year history of one of America's top-ranked football teams, The Colts - in both their Baltimore (1953-1984) and Indianapolis (1984 - present) phases. The first half incorporates an extensive overview of the history of the Baltimore Colts, including flashbacks to the 1958 and 1959 championships and Super Bowl V and covering the team's accomplishments throughout the 1960s, '70s, and early '80s. The second half of the program offers a sweeping panorama of the Indianapolis Colts, including the team's controversial decision to relocate to the Midwest, its infamous rebound in the 1995 AFC Championship, and the jaw-dropping heroics of Peyton Manning. Throughout, the program features extensive footage of such legends as Johnny Unitas, Don Shula, Marvin Harrison, Raymond Berry and coach Tony Dungy. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi