|1982 Baltimore Colts season|
|Head coach||Frank Kush|
|General manager||Ernie Accorsi|
|Home field||Memorial Stadium|
|Conference place||14th AFC|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
The 1982 Baltimore Colts season was the 30th season for the team in the National Football League (NFL), and the Colts' penultimate season in Baltimore. The Colts finished the NFL's strike-shortened 1982 season without a victory, finishing with eight losses and one tie in their nine games. The Colts joined the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the second team since the AFL-NFL merger to finish a regular season winless. They were later joined by the 2008 Detroit Lions and the 2017 Cleveland Browns.
The NFL's 1982 season was disrupted by a strike by the league's players. In the Colts' first game after the end of the strike (on November 21, 1982), they were shut out by the New York Jets 37–0. The following week, they were shut out by the Buffalo Bills 20–0, in a game in which the Colts' offense never crossed the 50 yard line. But the week after that, they lost by only three points to the playoff-bound and defending AFC champion Cincinnati Bengals.
|1982 Baltimore Colts staff|
Special teams coaches
|1982 Baltimore Colts roster|
|1||September 12, 1982||New England Patriots||L 13–24||0–1||Memorial Stadium||
|2||September 19, 1982||at Miami Dolphins||L 20–24||0–2||Miami Orange Bowl||
|*||3||September 26, 1982||New York Jets||Canceled||Memorial Stadium|
|*||4||October 3, 1982||at Detroit Lions||Canceled||Pontiac Silverdome|
|*||5||October 10, 1982||Buffalo Bills||Canceled||Memorial Stadium|
|*||6||October 17, 1982||at Cleveland Browns||Canceled||Cleveland Stadium|
|*||7||October 24, 1982||Miami Dolphins||Canceled (played Jan 2, 1983)||Memorial Stadium|
|*||8||October 31, 1982||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Canceled||Memorial Stadium|
|*||9||November 7, 1982||at New England Patriots||Canceled||Schaefer Stadium|
|*||10||November 14, 1982||Los Angeles Raiders||Canceled||Memorial Stadium|
|3||11||November 21, 1982||at New York Jets||L 0–37||0–3||Shea Stadium||
|4||12||November 28, 1982||at Buffalo Bills||L 0–20||0–4||Rich Stadium||
|5||13||December 5, 1982||Cincinnati Bengals||L 17–20||0–5||Memorial Stadium||
|6||14||December 12, 1982||at Minnesota Vikings||L 10–13||0–6||Metrodome||
|7||15||December 19, 1982||Green Bay Packers||T 20–20||0–6–1||Memorial Stadium||
|8||16||December 26, 1982||at San Diego Chargers||L 26–44||0–7–1||San Diego/Jack Murphy Stadium||
|9||17||January 2, 1983||Miami Dolphins||L 7–34||0–8–1||Memorial Stadium||
A 57-day-long players' strike reduced the 1982 season from a 16-game schedule per team to 9. Because of the shortened season, the NFL adopted a special 16-team playoff tournament. Division standings were ignored. Eight teams from each conference were seeded 1–8 based on their regular season records.
|New York Jets(6)||6||3||0||.667||2–2||2–3||245||166||L1|
|New England Patriots(7)||5||4||0||.556||3–1||5–3||143||157||W1|
|American Football Conference|
|Los Angeles Raiders(1)||8||1||0||.889||260||200||W5|
|San Diego Chargers(5)||6||3||0||.667||288||221||L1|
|New York Jets(6)||6||3||0||.667||245||166||L1|
|New England Patriots(7)||5||4||0||.556||143||157||W1|
|Kansas City Chiefs||3||6||0||.333||176||184||W1|
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