| ||Offense ||Defense |
|Record ||Playoff record ||Total yards ||Pass yards ||Rush yards ||Turnovers ||First downs ||Total yards ||Pass yards ||Rush yards ||Turnovers ||First downs |
|11-2-1 ||3-0 ||5125 ||3424 ||1701 ||43 ||290 ||4537 ||2824 ||1713 ||43 ||246 |
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The Baltimore Colts' eighteenth season was in 1970, playing their home games at Memorial Stadium. During the offseason they promoted Don McCafferty to lead the team. McCafferty previously was the offensive backfield coach of the Baltimore Colts and had eleven years of coaching experience in the NFL. They finished the year 11-2-1 in the regular season, en route to winning the AFC East, and 3-0 in the playoffs eventually winning the NFL championship against the Dallas Cowboys 16-13, the team's fourth championship win. At the end of the season, Johnny Unitas was awarded with the Man of the Year award.
1970 Baltimore Colts Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Don McCafferty Offensive Line Coach: Lou Rymkus, John Sandusky, George Young Director of Personnel: Upton Bell