Relive four of the greatest moments in Indianapolis football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2007 Super Bowl XLI vs Chicago - Hayden Pick Six
2003 Regular Season, Week 5 vs Tampa Bay - 4th Quarter Comeback
2007 AFC Championship vs New England - Ending the dynasty
2013 Regular Season, Week 7 vs Denver - Manning vs. Luck
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2007 Super Bowl XLI
Hayden Pick Six
Indianapolis vs Chicago
29 - 17
4 February, 2007
The Super Bowl started poorly with Devin Hester's kickoff TD for the Bears, but Manning rallied the Colts taking the lead in the 2nd and extending it in the 3rd. It was Kelvin Hayden's 56 yd interception and TD in the 4th that sealed the game and got Indianapolis and Manning their first Super Bowl.
2003 Regular Season, Week 5
4th Quarter Comeback
Indianapolis vs Tampa Bay
38 - 35
6 October, 2003
It's one of the greatest comebacks ever. The Colts were down 3 TDs with 4 minutes left when Brad Pyatt's 90 yd return reignited the team. A rushing TD and a recovered onside kick set Peyton Manning up for a 28 yd TD pass to Marvin Harrison. Ricky Williams tied it and the Colts won by a FG in OT.
2007 AFC Championship
Ending the dynasty
Indianapolis vs New England
38 - 34
21 January, 2007
By the 4th quarter the Colts had overcome a 21-3 deficit and set the stage for an epic QB duel. The Colts won it with a last minute drive that ended when Joseph Addai rushed into the endzone. Manning got his biggest win in 9 years, finally taking the Colts to a Super Bowl.
2013 Regular Season, Week 7
Manning vs. Luck
Indianapolis vs Denver
39 - 33
20 October, 2013
Peyton Manning was returning to Indy with his new team and would face the new QB that the Colts were hoping would fill Manning's shoes. The Broncos pulled out to an early lead, but the Colts took the lead in the 2nd quarter on a 20 yd TD pass from Luck to Stanley Havili, never trailing after that.