2018 Indianapolis Colts Milestones To Watch

With the 2018 regular season right around the corner, what are some milestones for the Indianapolis Colts and their players to keep an eye on?

062818_colts-milestones

INDIANAPOLIS — With the 2018 regular season right around the corner, what are some milestones for the Indianapolis Colts and their players to keep an eye on?

Thanks to the Colts Communications staff, here's a comprehensive list to check off as the season gets rolling:

Indianapolis Colts

  • With two wins, the organization will register its 300th victory in the Indianapolis era (since 1984, including postseason games).

Tight end Jack Doyle:

  • With 10 receptions, he will pass Coby Fleener (183) for the fifth-most receptions by a tight end in team history.
  • With 26 receptions, he will reach 200 career receptions.
  • With one receiving yard, he will pass Pat Beach (1,483) for the eighth-most receiving yards by a tight end in team history.
  • With 304 receiving yards, he will pass Tom Mitchell (1,786) for the seventh-most receiving yards by a tight end in team history.
  • With 517 receiving yards, he will reach 2,000 career receiving yards.
  • With 640 receiving yards, he will pass Raymond Chester (2,122) for the sixth-most receiving yards by a tight end in team history.
  • With 672 receiving yards, he will pass Coby Fleener (2,154) for the fifth-most receiving yards by a tight end in team history.
  • With one receiving touchdown, he will pass Pat Beach (12) and Reese McCall (12) for the eighth-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.
  • With five receiving touchdowns, he will tie Coby Fleener (17) for the seventh-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.
  • With six receiving touchdowns, he will tie Ken Dilger (18) for the sixth-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.
  • With seven receiving touchdowns, he will tie Dwayne Allen (19) and Tom Mitchell (19) for the fourth-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.
  • With eight receiving touchdowns, he will pass Dwayne Allen (19) and Tom Mitchell (19) for the fourth-most receiving touchdowns by a tight end in team history.
  • With six first down receptions, he will pass Dwayne Allen (84) for the fifth-most first down receptions by a tight end in team history.
  • With 31 first down receptions, he will pass Coby Fleener (109) for the fourth-most first down receptions by a tight end in team history.

Tight end Eric Ebron:

  • With 14 receptions, he will reach 200 career receptions.

Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton:

  • With six games played, he will reach 100 career games played.
  • With 19 receptions, he will reach 450 career receptions.
  • With 173 receiving yards, he will reach 7,000 career receiving yards.
  • With two receiving touchdowns, he will pass Marcus Pollard (35) for the ninth-most receiving touchdowns in team history.
  • With five receiving touchdowns, he will pass John Mackey (38) for the eighth-most receiving touchdowns in team history.
  • With six receiving touchdowns, he will tie Jim Mutscheller (40) for the seventh-most receiving touchdowns in team history.

Quarterback Andrew Luck:

  • Has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 23 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak in the NFL and tied for the 19th most in NFL history.
  • Needs to throw at least one touchdown in four consecutive games to tie Peyton Manning (27) for the second most in team history.
  • Needs to throw at least one touchdown in five consecutive games to pass Peyton Manning (27) for the second most in team history.
  • With five starts, he will reach 75 for his career.
  • With 349 passing attempts, he will reach 3,000 career passing attempts.
  • With 180 completions, he will reach 1,750 career completions.
  • With 922 passing yards, he will reach 20,000 career passing yards.
  • With 18 touchdown passes, he will reach 150 career touchdown passes.
  • With 58 rushing yards, he will reach 1,500 career rushing yards.
  • With one 300-yard passing game he will pass John Unitas (26) for the second most in Colts history.
  • With one rushing touchdown, he will pass Bert Jones (14) for the second most in Colts history for a quarterback.
  • With four rushing touchdowns, he will pass Peyton Manning (17) for the most in Colts history for a quarterback.
  • Needs to throw a touchdown in six games to tie Bert Jones (68) for the third most games with a passing touchdown in team history.
  • Needs to throw a touchdown in seven games to pass Bert Jones (68) for the third most games with a passing touchdown in team history.

Kicker Adam Vinatieri:

  • With six converted field goals, he will tie Morten Andersen (565) for the most made field in NFL history.
  • With seven converted field goals, he will pass Morten Andersen (565) for the most made field goals in NFL history.
  • With 16 converted field goals, he will reach 575 career made field goals.
  • With nine field goal attempts, he will tie Gary Anderson (672) for the second most field goal attempts in NFL history.
  • With 10 field goal attempts, he will pass Gary Anderson (672) for the second most field goal attempts in NFL history.
  • With 15 converted field goals from 30-39 yards, he will pass Gary Anderson (181) for the second most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.
  • With four converted field goals from 40-49 yards, he will tie Gary Anderson (161) for the most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.
  • With five converted field goals from 40-49 yards, he will pass Gary Anderson (161) for the most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.
  • With one converted field goal from 50+ yards, he will tie Jason Elam (39) for the seventh-most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.
  • With two converted field goals from 50+ yards, he will pass Morten Andersen (40) for the sixth-most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.
  • With three converted field goals from 50+ yards, he will tie Phil Dawson (42) and John Kasey (42) for the fourth-most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.
  • With four converted field goals from 50+ yards, he will tie Matt Prater (43) for the third-most made field goals from that distance in NFL history.
  • With 12 converted PATs, he will tie Gary Anderson (820) for the third-most made PATs in NFL history.
  • With 13 converted PATs, he will pass Gary Anderson (820) for the third-most made PATs in NFL history.
  • With 15 points, he will reach 2,500 career points.
  • With 57 points, he will tie Morten Anderson (2,544) for the most points in NFL history.
  • With 58 points, he will pass Morten Anderson (2,544) for the most points in NFL history.
  • With three regular season games played, he will tie George Blanda (340) for the fourth-most regular season games played in NFL history.
  • With four regular season games played, he will pass George Blanda (340) for the fourth-most regular season games played in NFL history.
  • With seven games played, he will tie David Lee and Ray Donaldson (184) for the 10th-most games played in team history.
  • With eight games played, he will pass David Lee and Ray Donaldson (184) for the 10th-most games played in team history.
  • With 13 regular season games played, he will reach 350 career regular season games played.
  • With 13 games played, he will tie Marvin Harrison (190) for the ninth-most games played in team history.
  • With 14 games played, he will pass Marvin Harrison (190) for the ninth-most games played in team history.
  • With 15 regular season games played, he will tie Jeff Feagles (352) for the third-most regular season games played in NFL history.
  • With 15 games played, he will tie Justin Snow and Robert Mathis (192) for the seventh-most games played in team history.
  • With 16 regular season games played, he will pass Jeff Feagles (352) for the third-most regular season games played in NFL history.
  • With 16 games played, he will pass Justin Snow and Robert Mathis (192) for the seventh-most games played in team history.
  • With four regular season wins, he will tie George Blanda (209) for the most career regular season wins in NFL history.
  • With five regular season wins, he will pass George Blanda (209) for the most career regular season wins in NFL history.
  • Vinatieri is one of three players in NFL history to register 200 career regular season wins (George Blanda-209, Adam Vinatieri-205, Gary Anderson-201).
  • Entering 2018, Vinatieri (225) ranks first in total career wins including the postseason. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (223) ranks second.
  • After completing the season, it will be his 13th with the team which ties for the fifth-longest tenure in team history.

Related Content

Advertising