|1969 Baltimore Colts season|
|Head coach||Don Shula|
|Home field||Memorial Stadium|
|Division place||2nd Coastal|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
The 1969 Baltimore Colts season was the 17th season for the team in the National Football League. The Baltimore Colts finished the National Football League's 1969 season with a record of 8 wins, 5 losses and 1 tie. They finished second in the Western Conference's Coastal division.
Coach Don Shula was let go after the season, a disappointing one many attributed to the hangover of losing to the heavy-underdog Jets in the Super Bowl the year before. It is one of the first instances of a Super Bowl hangover – in which the team that played in a Super Bowl the previous season, underperforms the next season.
|1||September 21, 1969||Los Angeles Rams||L 20–27||0–1||Memorial Stadium||
|2||September 28, 1969||at Minnesota Vikings||L 14–52||0–2||Metropolitan Stadium||
|3||October 5, 1969||at Atlanta Falcons||W 21–14||1–2||Grant Field||
|4||October 13, 1969||Philadelphia Eagles||W 24–20||2–2||Memorial Stadium||
|5||October 19, 1969||at New Orleans Saints||W 30–10||3–2||Tulane Stadium||
|6||October 26, 1969||San Francisco 49ers||L 21–24||3–3||Memorial Stadium||
|7||November 2, 1969||Washington Redskins||W 41–17||4–3||Memorial Stadium||
|8||November 9, 1969||Green Bay Packers||W 14–6||5–3||Memorial Stadium||
|9||November 16, 1969||at San Francisco 49ers||L 17–20||5–4||Kezar Stadium||
|10||November 23, 1969||at Chicago Bears||W 24–21||6–4||Wrigley Field||
|11||November 30, 1969||Atlanta Falcons||W 13–6||7–4||Memorial Stadium||
|12||December 7, 1969||Detroit Lions||T 17–17||7–4–1||Memorial Stadium||
|13||December 13, 1969||at Dallas Cowboys||L 10–27||7–5–1||Cotton Bowl||
|14||December 21, 1969||at Los Angeles Rams||W 13–7||8–5–1||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum||
|Los Angeles Rams||11||3||0||.786||5–1||7–3||320||243||L3|
|San Francisco 49ers||4||8||2||.333||2–4||3–7||277||319||W1|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.