|1960 Baltimore Colts season|
|Head coach||Weeb Ewbank|
|Home field||Memorial Stadium|
|Division place||4th NFL Western|
|Playoff finish||Did not qualify|
The 1960 Baltimore Colts season was the eighth for the team in the National Football League. The season started well for the Colts going 6 to 2. The team looked like they would win their third straight championship. Then in a game on Dec. 4th against the Detroit Lions, star running back Alan Ameche tore his Achilles tendon and missed the final two games. The injury ended his career. With Ameche out, the Colts ended the season losing their last three games, for a total of four consecutive losses. Their record was 6 wins and 6 losses. The team went from first to fourth place in the Western Conference. As a result, their two-year reign as NFL champions came to an end.
|1||September 25||Washington Redskins||W 20–0||1–0||Memorial Stadium|
|2||October 2||Chicago Bears||W 42–7||2–0||Memorial Stadium|
|3||October 9||at Green Bay Packers||L 21–35||2–1||Lambeau Field|
|4||October 16||Los Angeles Rams||W 31–17||3–1||Memorial Stadium|
|5||October 23||at Detroit Lions||L 17–30||3–2||Tiger Stadium|
|6||October 30||at Dallas Cowboys||W 45–7||4–2||Cotton Bowl|
|7||November 6||Green Bay Packers||W 38–24||5–2||Memorial Stadium|
|8||November 13||at Chicago Bears||W 24–20||6–2||Wrigley Field|
|10||November 27||San Francisco 49ers||L 22–30||6–3||Memorial Stadium|
|11||December 4||Detroit Lions||L 15–20||6–4||Memorial Stadium|
|12||December 11||at Los Angeles Rams||L 3–10||6–5||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum|
|13||December 18||at San Francisco 49ers||L 10–34||6–6||Kezar Stadium|
Johnny Unitas extends his record TD-a-game string to 38 with a scoring pass to Raymond Berry. Lenny Moore rammed 4 yards for a touchdown, and Steve Myhra kicked 28 and 18-yard field goals as the Colts began their challenge (unsuccessfully at the end) for a 3rd straight World Championship.
|NFL Western Conference|
|Green Bay Packers||8||4||0||.667||7–4||332||209||W3|
|San Francisco 49ers||7||5||0||.583||7–4||208||205||W1|
|Los Angeles Rams||4||7||1||.364||4–6–1||265||297||L1|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.