The Indianapolis Colts (in Spanish, Indianapolis colts) are a professional American football team from the United States based in Indianapolis, Indiana. They compete in the Southern Division of the American Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL) and dispute their meetings as premises at Lucas Oil Stadium, located in the Downtown of Indy. The franchise was founded in 1953 as Baltimore Colts and remained in that city of Maryland until 1984, the year in which he moved to the capital of Indiana. Throughout its history, Colts have won a total of two Super Bowls (V and XLI), three NFL championships (1958, 1959 and 1968), seven lecture titles and sixteen division titles.
After a catch-up, Baltimore Ravens has retracted the fourth win of the season in the North American football league NFL. Against the Indianapolis Colts they were already on Monday (local time) three minutes before the end of the third quarter already with 3:22 back, before Quarterback Lamar Jackson initiated the turn to the 31: 25 victory after extension. Everything went well, we did it yet, said Jackson, who succeeded in 442 yards a career repair.