The 10th anniversary of Indianapolis’ first world championship will be recognized during a reunion with the Super Bowl XLI team at the Colts November 20 home contest against the Tennessee Titans. The reunion will include an introduction of the team to fans at halftime of the game.On February 4, 2007, Indianapolis became Super Bowl XLI champions with a 29-17 victory over the Chicago Bears. The club produced one of their more prolific offensive performances over the course of the season totaling 6,070 net yards (third in the NFL) and 427 points (tied for second in the NFL). Super Bowl MVP quarterback Peyton Manning threw for 4,397 yards and a league-leading 31 touchdowns as wide receivers Marvin Harrison (1,366 yards and 12 touchdowns) and Reggie Wayne (1,310 yards and nine scores) recorded the team’s third occasion with at least two 1,000-yard receivers. Running back Joseph Addai totaled his first 1,000-yard rushing season (1,081 yards) while adding seven touchdowns. Defensively, defensive linemen Robert Mathis (9.5) and Dwight Freeney (5.5) paced the team in sacks.
Tony Dungy became the first African American head coach to win the Super Bowl while improving his postseason win total to nine games. He led the Colts to become the only team in NFL history to open consecutive seasons with 9-0 records in 2005 and 2006.
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