Vote for the top moment in Colts history

Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle in the end zone during the second half against the Buffalo Bills, Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)
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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — As this Indianapolis Colts use this upcoming NFL season to celebrate its 35th anniversary in the city, the organization is asking fans to help choose the team's top moments in history.

When Bob Kravitz wrote a column last week about the top 10 moments in Indianapolis Colts history, he got a lot of people talking. A lot of people, including Colts Owner Jim Irsay.


Kravitz named his top moment Marlin Jackson's interception of Tom Brady in the 2006 AFC Championship. Yes, the one that sent Colts to the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl win itself, Kravitz called the No. 2 moment.

"Virtually every player and coach from that glorious 2006 season will tell you that beating the Patriots was the forever moment, and knocking off the Bears in the Miami rain was something of an afterthought," Kravitz wrote.

But Irsay felt Kravitz left out two big moments: 1) The Colts beating the Patriots in 2009 by stopping them on 4th and 2 with two minutes left before Peyton Manning went on to score the game-winning touchdown. 2) The huge comeback win against the Kansas City Chiefs after being down 38-10 in the third quarter of the 2013 AFC Wild Card Game.

What's your take? Fans can vote at Colts.com/TopMoments for the chance to win four VIP sideline tickets to the Sept. 9 Colts home opener and more.

Voting ends Friday, Aug. 17.

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