Behind former first overall draft pick Andrew Luck, the Colts became the first team since the 1970 AFL-NFL Merger to pass for 300 or more yards in eight consecutive games.
The Colts began the season on the road against the defending AFC champion Denver Broncos.
The Colts began the game on offense, driving down to the Broncos' 36 yard line.
Peyton Manning led the Broncos' offense on a 16 play drive, but would settle only for a field goal, giving Denver a 3–0 lead.An Andrew Luck interception on the Colts' ensuing offensive possession set the Broncos up at midfield and would lead to a touchdown on a pass from Manning to Julius Thomas to give the Broncos a 10–0 lead.After a three and out from the Colts' offense, Manning and the Broncos again take advantage and drive 83-yard to score on another Thomas touchdown reception.-John Muir Two more opportunities to walk mindfully in and around Melbourne.Spend 90minutes walking accessible paths, take time to respond to your experience through journaling and enjoy a shared lunch together. Hosts: A Grandstand for the Environment and St Kevin’s Parish.
The 2014 Indianapolis Colts season was the franchise's 62nd season in the National Football League and the 31st in Indianapolis.
It also marked the third season under the head coach Chuck Pagano, general manager Ryan Grigson, and quarterback Andrew Luck.
The Colts entered the 2014 season as the defending AFC South champions, after compiling an 11–5 record during the previous season and falling to the New England Patriots in the divisional round of the playoffs.
They clinched their second straight division title with a 17–10 win over the Houston Texans in Week 15.
They also went 6–0 in their division for the second straight year.
In the postseason, the Colts would defeat both the Cincinnati Bengals and Denver Broncos before losing to the eventual Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game.