|1967 Baltimore Colts season|
|Head coach||Don Shula|
|Home field||Memorial Stadium|
|Division place||2nd Coastal|
|Playoff finish||Did not qualify|
The 1967 Baltimore Colts season was the fifteenth season for the team in the National Football League. They finished the regular season with a record of 11 wins, 1 loss, and 2 ties, the same record in the Western Conference's Coastal division with the Los Angeles Rams, who defeated them in the regular season finale; the two had tied in mid-October. The Colts lost the new tiebreaker (point differential in head-to-head games) and thus did not make the playoffs, which included only the four division winners.
The Colts' official winning percentage of .917 (based on the NFL's non-counting of ties for such purposes prior to 1972) is the best in North American professional sports history for a non-playoff-qualifying team. It is also remarkable that the Colts entered the final game undefeated and yet didn't make the playoffs.
|1||September 17||Atlanta Falcons||W 38-31||1-0||Memorial Stadium|
|2||September 24||at Philadelphia Eagles||W 38-6||2-0||Franklin Field|
|3||October 1||San Francisco 49ers||W 41-7||3-0||Memorial Stadium|
|4||October 8||at Chicago Bears||W 24-3||4-0||Wrigley Field|
|5||October 15||Los Angeles Rams||T 24-24||4-0-1||Memorial Stadium|
|6||October 22||at Minnesota Vikings||T 20-20||4-0-2||Metropolitan Stadium|
|7||October 29||at Washington Redskins||W 17-13||5-0-2||D.C. Stadium|
|8||November 5||Green Bay Packers||W 13-10||6-0-2||Memorial Stadium|
|9||November 12||at Atlanta Falcons||W 49-7||7-0-2||Atlanta Stadium|
|10||November 19||Detroit Lions||W 41-7||8-0-2||Memorial Stadium|
|11||November 26||at San Francisco 49ers||W 26-9||9-0-2||Kezar Stadium|
|12||December 3||Dallas Cowboys||W 23-17||10-0-2||Memorial Stadium|
|13||December 10||New Orleans Saints||W 30-10||11-0-2||Memorial Stadium|
|14||December 17||at Los Angeles Rams||L 10-34||11-1-2||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum|
|Los Angeles Rams||11||1||2||.917||4-1-1||8-1-1||398||196||W8|
|San Francisco 49ers||7||7||0||.500||3-3||4-6||273||337||W2|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.