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The 45-minute history on disc 2 focuses on the Colts' 1984 welcome to Indianapolis and the subsequent development of the team. Again starting with some lean years, the Colts traded for Eric Dickerson and drafted Jeff George, Steve Emtman, and Marshall Faulk. After a run to the 1995 AFC Championship game, the arrival of superstars Peyton Manning, Marvin Harrison, and Edgerrin James as well as coach Tony Dungy helped the Colts battle the Steelers in the January 2006 playoffs. Interviewees include Marchibroda, Jim Harbaugh, and Jim Irsay, the son of the team's late owner, Robert Irsay, but none of the current players. The 140 minutes of bonus features include the 2003 "Monday Night Miracle" when Dungy returned to Tampa Bay, the 2005 Game of the Week in which Manning and Harrison made history, an interview with Manning, and shorter pieces on coach Jim Mora (discussing his infamous meltdowns), and Dwight Freeney. --David Horiuchi
A must have for any Colts fan. I've really enjoyed seeing the history of my beloved Colts and will find myself watching these for years to come. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bruce Bade
I've had this DVD before (which I gave to a friend) so I was happy to te-purchase again! It did not disappoint.Published 3 months ago by Raul A. Marin Jr.
It was a gift for my father, so I cannot personally give my opinion. But, my father was very excited/happy upon its arrival!Published 3 months ago by Stephen Yoon
The 1st disc could not be any better. The Baltimore Colts. Very well done.
The 2nd disc, did not care for.
I am a football fan, and I'm not a Colt hater and figured I'd check it out. I have to say I liked the Baltimore part more than the Indianapolis. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Eric
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I like the second disk just as much. Its nice to see the colts win one in a city where fans are going out to see their games, they didnt get that luxury their last few years in Baltimore. It's really funny, the fans quit going to their games, the stadium fell apart and the city threatened to... Read More
Feb 5, 2007 by Jacob Scott | See all 7 posts