|1974 Baltimore Colts season|
|Head coach||Howard Schnellenberger/Joe Thomas|
|Home field||Memorial Stadium|
|Division place||5th AFC East|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
The 1974 Baltimore Colts season was the 22nd season for the team in the National Football League. The Baltimore Colts finished the National Football League's 1974 season with a record of 2 wins and 12 losses, and finished fifth in the AFC East.
Head coach Howard Schnellenberger was fired after three games, after an argument with owner Robert Irsay over whether Marty Domres or Bert Jones should start at quarterback for the Colts. General manager Joe Thomas took over the head coaching duties for the remainders of the season, but could direct the team to only two wins, both on the road, as the Colts failed to win a home game during the 1974 season. This would be the last time the Colts would fail to win a home game in a non-strike season until their abysmal 1-15 1991 season, when the team was in Indianapolis.
|1||5||John Dutton||Defensive End||Nebraska|
|1||24||Roger Carr||Wide Receiver||Louisiana Tech|
|1974 Baltimore Colts roster|
All-Pro linebacker Ted Hendricks signed a future contract with the World Football League, and was then traded by the Colts to the Green Bay Packers by general manager Joe Thomas. (Hendricks never ended up playing for the bankrupt WFL, and made four more Pro Bowls in his career.)
|1||September 15, 1974||at Pittsburgh Steelers||L 0–30||0–1||Three Rivers Stadium||
|2||September 22, 1974||Green Bay Packers||L 13–20||0–2||Memorial Stadium||
|3||September 29, 1974||at Philadelphia Eagles||L 10–30||0–3||Veterans Stadium||
|4||October 6, 1974||at New England Patriots||L 3–42||0–4||Schaefer Stadium||
|5||October 13, 1974||Buffalo Bills||L 14–27||0–5||Memorial Stadium||
|6||October 20, 1974||at New York Jets||W 35–20||1–5||Shea Stadium||
|7||October 27, 1974||at Miami Dolphins||L 7–17||1–6||Miami Orange Bowl||
|8||November 3, 1974||Cincinnati Bengals||L 14–24||1–7||Memorial Stadium||
|9||November 10, 1974||Denver Broncos||L 6–17||1–8||Memorial Stadium||
|10||November 17, 1974||at Atlanta Falcons||W 17–7||2–8||Atlanta Stadium||
|11||November 24, 1974||New England Patriots||L 17–27||2–9||Memorial Stadium||
|12||December 1, 1974||at Buffalo Bills||L 0–6||2–10||Rich Stadium||
|13||December 8, 1974||Miami Dolphins||L 16–17||2–11||Memorial Stadium||
|14||December 15, 1974||New York Jets||L 38–45||2–12||Memorial Stadium||
|New England Patriots||7||7||0||.500||4–4||4–7||348||289||L3|
|New York Jets||7||7||0||.500||4–4||5–6||279||300||W6|
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