|1966 Baltimore Colts season|
|Head coach||Don Shula|
|Home field||Memorial Stadium|
|Division place||2nd NFL Western|
|Playoff finish||Won NFL Playoff Bowl (vs. Eagles) 20–14|
The 1966 Baltimore Colts season was the 14th season for the team in the National Football League. The Baltimore Colts finished the National Football League's 1966 season with a record of 9 wins and 5 losses and finished second in the Western Conference.
|1966 Baltimore Colts roster|
|1||September 10||at Green Bay Packers||L 3–24||0–1||Milwaukee County Stadium||
|2||September 18||at Minnesota Vikings||W 38–23||1–1||Metropolitan Stadium||
|3||September 25||San Francisco 49ers||W 36–14||2–1||Memorial Stadium||
|5||October 9||at Chicago Bears||L 17–27||2–2||Wrigley Field||
|6||October 16||Detroit Lions||W 45–14||3–2||Memorial Stadium||
|7||October 23||Minnesota Vikings||W 20–17||4–2||Memorial Stadium||
|8||October 30||at Los Angeles Rams||W 17–3||5–2||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum||
|9||November 6||Washington Redskins||W 37–10||6–2||Memorial Stadium||
|10||November 13||at Atlanta Falcons||W 19–7||7–2||Atlanta Stadium||
|11||November 20||at Detroit Lions||L 14–20||7–3||Tiger Stadium||
|12||November 27||Los Angeles Rams||L 7–23||7–4||Memorial Stadium||
|13||December 4||Chicago Bears||W 21–16||8–4||Memorial Stadium||
|14||December 10||Green Bay Packers||L 10–14||8–5||Memorial Stadium||
|15||December 18||at San Francisco 49ers||W 30–14||9–5||Kezar Stadium||
|NFL Western Conference|
|Green Bay Packers||12||2||0||.857||10–2||335||163||W5|
|Los Angeles Rams||8||6||0||.571||6–6||289||212||L1|
|San Francisco 49ers||6||6||2||.500||5–5–2||320||325||L1|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.
Quarterback Zeke Bratkowski, in relief of Bart Starr, who suffered a muscle spasm in the first half, directed an 80-yard drive in the fourth quarter that resulted in a go-ahead touchdown run by Elijah Pitts for the Packers. John Unitas then led the Colts to the Green Bay 15, but there lost a fumble which came to be known as the 'Million Dollar Fumble', to secure the Packers' win that clinched the Western Conference title for Green Bay.
|January 8, 1967||Philadelphia Eagles||W 20–14||Orange Bowl||
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