The many milestones and records achieved by the Colts this year:

Team
>> Became only second team in NFL history to win 10 or more games after losing 14 or more the previous season. Matched the 2008 Miami Dolphins, who were 1-15 in ’07, with an 11-5 record.

>> 9-game turnaround from 2011 (2-14) is second-largest in club history and tied for third-greatest in league history. The ’99 Colts and ’08 Dolphins enjoyed a 10-game turnaround.

>> Posted 9-1 record in one-possession games, including eight straight.

Bruce Arians
>> Directed team to 9-3 record as interim coach, tied for most wins in league history by assistant who replaced head coach during a season.

Andrew Luck
>> Won 11 games, most by a rookie QB taken No. 1 overall.

>> Wins are most in club history by a rookie QB.

>> Directed seven game-winning fourth quarter/overtime drives, tying league record held by the Peyton Manning-led Colts of 1999 and ’09, among others.

>> Set NFL rookie records with 4,374 yards and 627 attempts.

>> Set NFL rookie record with six 300-yard games.

>> Set club rookie record with four TD passes at Detroit in Week 13.

>> Set overall team record with five rushing TDs.

>> Set NFL record with 433 yards passing vs. Miami.

Reggie Wayne
>> Became fifth player in NFL history with at least four seasons with 100 receptions.

>> Finished season No. 10 in NFL history with 968 receptions and No. 14 with 13,063 yards.

>> Set NFL record with at least three catches in 64 consecutive games.

>> Led team in receptions for sixth straight season, tying Marvin Harrison’s record.

>> Led team in receiving yards for a sixth straight season, breaking Harrison’s club mark.

Dwayne Allen
>> Set club rookie record for tight ends with 45 receptions.

T.Y. Hilton
>> Set club rookie record with five 100-yard receiving games.

Adam Vinatieri
>> Eclipsed 100-point mark for 15th season, one shy of Jason Elam’s league record.

Jerrell Freeman
>> Set unofficial club record with 202 tackles. Team credited LB Jeff Herrod with 200 tackles in 1994.

Pat McAfee
>> Broke his own club record with 47.9 gross average.
>> Moved into No. 1 all-time in club history with 45.4 gross average.

Defense
>> Tied a franchise record by returning four interceptions for touchdowns, two by CB Darius Butler.
http://www.indystar.com/article/2012...any-milestones

I feel that they're missing a couple, but probably not.