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1985 Indianapolis Colts season

 

1985 Indianapolis Colts season

1985 Indianapolis Colts season
Head coach Rod Dowhower
Home field Hoosier Dome
Results
Record 5–11
Division place 4th AFC East
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1984      1986 >

The 1985 Indianapolis Colts season was the 33rd season for the team in the National Football League and second in Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Colts finished the National Football League's 1985 season with a record of 5 wins and 11 losses, and finished fourth in the AFC East division.

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game Site Attendance
1 September 8, 1985 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 3–45 0–1 Three Rivers Stadium
57,279
2 September 15, 1985 at Miami Dolphins L 13–30 0–2 Miami Orange Bowl
53,693
3 September 22, 1985 Detroit Lions W 14–6 1–2 Hoosier Dome
60,042
4 September 29, 1985 at New York Jets L 20–25 1–3 The Meadowlands
61,987
5 October 6, 1985 Buffalo Bills W 49–17 2–3 Hoosier Dome
60,003
6 October 13, 1985 Denver Broncos L 10–15 2–4 Hoosier Dome
60,128
7 October 20, 1985 at Buffalo Bills L 9–21 2–5 Rich Stadium
28,430
8 October 27, 1985 Green Bay Packers W 37–10 3–5 Hoosier Dome
59,708
9 November 3, 1985 New York Jets L 17–35 3–6 Hoosier Dome
59,683
10 November 10, 1985 San Diego Chargers L 10–38 3–7 Hoosier Dome
54,176
11 November 17, 1985 Miami Dolphins L 20–34 3–8 Hoosier Dome
59,666
12 November 24, 1985 at Kansas City Chiefs L 7–20 3–9 Arrowhead Stadium
21,762
13 December 1, 1985 New England Patriots L 31–38 3–10 Hoosier Dome
56,740
14 December 8, 1985 at Chicago Bears L 10–17 3–11 Soldier Field
59,997
15 December 15, 1985 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 31–23 4–11 Tampa Stadium
25,577
16 December 22, 1985 Houston Oilers W 34–16 5–11 Hoosier Dome
55,818

Standings

References

See also


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