The 2006 Indianapolis Colts surged to a 9-0 record and won the Super Bowl thanks to an excellent offense featuring 30-year-old QB Peyton Manning and Pro Bowl wide receivers Marvin Harrison (95 receptions, 1,366 yards receiving, 12 TD catches) and Reggie Wayne (86 receptions, 1,310 yards receiving, 9 TD catches). Manning threw for an NFL-best 31 touchdowns and the Colts ranked top 3 in scoring offense. The Colts finished 12-4 and in first place in the AFC South. Under head coach Tony Dungy, the Colts’ defense stepped up in the playoffs, holding the Chiefs to 8 points in the AFC Wild Card game and limiting the Ravens to just 6 the following week. In the AFC Championship, the Colts trailed, 21-6 at halftime but came back to defeat the Patriots, 38-34. Then in Super Bowl XLI, the Colts beat the defensive-oriented Bears, 29-17 and Manning was named MVP.