Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots 17 to 23

Sunday, December 8, 1991, Week 15

The Indianapolis Colts played the New England Patriots in Foxborough on Sunday, December 8, 1991, Week 15 of the 1991 season. The Patriots won by a score of 23-17. The Patriots swept the Colts for the 1991 season. With this game, the Patriots finished the season 4-4-0 at home.


Indianapolis Colts offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
202 147 55 0 13

Coaches

Interim Head Coach: Rick Venturi Assistant Head Coach: Bill Muir Offensive Coordinator: Leon Burtnett Quarterbacks Coach: Leon Burtnett Wide Receivers Coach: Milt Jackson Offensive Line Coach: Bill Muir Running Backs Coach: Sylvester Croom Tight Ends Coach: Brad Seely Defensive Line Coach: Steve Furness Defensive Backs Coach: George Catavolos Special Teams Coach: Brad Seely Strength and Conditioning Coach: Tom Zupancic


New England Patriots offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
400 277 123 3 22

Coaches

Head Coach: Dick MacPherson Offensive Coordinator: Dick Coury Defensive Coordinator: Joe Collier Wide Receivers Coach: Joel Collier, Ivan Fears Offensive Line Coach: Rod Humenuik Assistant Running Backs Coach: Joel Collier Tight Ends Coach: Dante Scarnecchia Offensive Backfield Coach: Bobby Grier Defensive Line Coach: Stan Jones, Dave Uyrus Outside Linebackers Coach: Myrel Moore Inside Linebackers Coach: Norm Gerber Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Charlie West Special Teams Coach: Dante Scarnecchia Special Teams Assistant Coach: Dave Uyrus Pro Scouting Director: Rod Rust