1987 Indianapolis Colts season
The 1987 Indianapolis Colts season was the 35th season for the team in the National Football League (NFL) and fourth in Indianapolis. It was also their first full season under head coach Ron Meyer, who had taken over an 0-13 Colts team the previous season after Rod Dowhower was fired.
|1987 Indianapolis Colts season|
|General manager||Jim Irsay|
|Head coach||Ron Meyer|
|Home field||Hoosier Dome|
|Local radio||WIBC–AM 1070|
|Division place||1st AFC East|
|Playoff finish||Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Browns) 21–38|
This season marked the first winning season, division championship, and the first trip to the playoffs for the Colts in Indianapolis. It was the franchise's first playoff appearance in ten seasons.